And a very nice book signing it was indeed.

Had a very nice book signing Sunday, Oct. 11th at Borgin’s Books. It was a beautiful, warm day and quite a number of people stopped in, some old friends and (hopefully) some new. Sold quite a few books and generally had a great time. Thanks so much to Katherine Crowley-Marsh, the owner of one of the sweetest little bookshops I’ve seen in years, for hosting the event and for taking these pix.

The second photo is not actually Papa Hemingway (in another life) but a good friend who (gasp!) bought my funny fantasy. He’s more of a political animal, so this was a true leap into the unknown for him! So thanks, Bill, and Virginia and Ed, and Joanne and everyone who came out.

Myself (as Granny Loveanger) at Borgin’s Books in Plymouth, MA, Oct. 11, 2022 for book signing
My good friend, Bill, and I at Borgin’s Books for my book signing on Oct. 11, 2022

Published by Lauren Stoker

LAUREN STOKER, a native Californian and survivor of U.C. Santa Barbara, moved to New England for the thrill of skiing on ice and owning a snow blower. Lauren enjoys playing loud music, ranting about anti-environmentalists, and collecting beer coasters, while drinking a fine British ale. Since the tender age of 15, she has struggled with the written word (and sometimes won). Lauren’s short stories and non-fiction have been published in journals and newspapers in the U.S., Canada, and the U.K.

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