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We had a great year in 2012 and are passing on our thanks with special low pricing on all books at my website!
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Also, visit ASnowyDay.com to see what we’ve been doing with some other talented authors.
K

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The first event for Summer And August, A Cape Cod Murder Mystery was on May 30, 2010, at Yellow Umbrella Books in Chatham, MA, the setting for the story. We returned for Encore Events at Yellow Umbrella Books on July 11th, August 15th, and October 10th.

There were two events in June, one at Booklovers’ Gourmet in Webster, Ma and the other was a charity event in Freedom, NH.

In July we had four events. Our second visit to Yellow Umbrella Books; Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Nashua, NH; The Toadstool Bookshops in Milford, NH; and The Toadstool Bookshops in Peterborough, NH.

We had three events in August. Our second visit to Freedom, NH; The Toadstool Bookshops in Keene, NH; and our third visit to Yellow Umbrella Books.

In September we had five events. We were asked to participate at the 10th annual Dracut Old Home Day in Dracut, MA; we did three consecutive days at our favorite fund raiser, for the Wrentham Developmental Center; and Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Salem, NH.

Five events in October. Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Manchester, NH; our fourth visit to Yellow Umbrella Books; our second visit to Barnes & Noble Booksellers in Salem, NH; our second visit to The Toadstool Bookshops in Keene, NH; and the Bedford Foursquare Church
5th Annual Harvest Festival.

Twenty events in five months. What a rush!
Tomorrow I’ll tell you how we get to a total of twenty-eight events through December18th.
K

We sold our books this past Saturday & Sunday, September 18th & 19th at the Cracker Barrel Fair in Wrentham, MA, with 20% of all sales going to the Wrentham Developmental Center, on behalf of The Friends of Wrentham.

Our sincere thanks to all the bodacious folks who took the opportunity to purchase my books, while at the same time help this wonderful cause.

The Wrentham Developmental Center is only one of three such state-run institutions for people with developmental disabilities in New England. They need our assistance to continue providing care for those in need. The Friends of Wrentham make a difference!

This incredible event, sponsored by The Friends of Wrentham, was not only a great time, but a great fundraiser.

Here are some pictures:

Our next-door neighbor at the event for two years, Claude and his rock wall provided a lot of fun for kids of all ages!

This was our view looking East.

My location was the blue canopy top with no side walls, behind the 4H sailor holding the shark-pony.

This was another of the 4H contestants.

I was lead to believe this Red Sox player was not very tall?

I guess I was wrong!

More of the action.

A closer look.

We’ll be back there next year; you should too!
Next year’s dates are Sept 15, 16,17, & 18. The Cracker Barrel Fair is located on the grounds of the Center; 131 Emerald St, Wrentham, MA.
There is something there for everyone!

Tomorrow I’ll post the next few events.
K

PS
Amazon.com continues selling e-books for Kindle; sales have been great! Thanks to all of you spreading the word!
And to all of you buying the books on Kindle.

Five books of the LaRosa Chronicles now available as e-books on Kindle: CANDY-COLORED CLOWN; Spiderling, Piscatagua; Summer And August; And Father Sandro’s Money. The remaining two books should be on sale in the next month or two. I’ll keep you posted.

A Snowy Day Distribution & Publishing is working to make the books available for Nook; the Barnes & Noble e-book reader and the Sony reader. You will know when it happens.

This Saturday & Sunday September 18th & 19th we will be selling our books at the Cracker Barrel Fair in Wrentham, MA; with 20% of all proceeds going to the Wrentham Developmental Center on behalf of The Friends of Wrentham. So, if you’re able to come out to this incredible event you will not only have a great time, but in addition part of your spending will go to a worthwhile cause.

This is our second year participating and we’re really looking forward to it!

It’s at the intersection of Route 495 and 140 in Wrentham, MA.

See you there!
K

PS
Amazon.com is selling e-books for Kindle, and sales are continuing to grow nicely, thanks to all of you spreading the word!
And to those of you buying the books on Kindle.

We have Five books of the LaRosa Chronicles now available as e-books on Kindle: CANDY-COLORED CLOWN; Spiderling, Piscatagua; Summer And August; And Father Sandro’s Money. The remaining two books should be on sale in the next month or two. Then we’ll be making the books available for Nook; the Barnes & Noble e-book reader.

Thanks for your continued support!

Our third visit this year to Yellow Umbrella Books, 501 Main Street, Chatham MA. Next Sunday, August 15, 2010 @ Noon.

Next is an event at the 10th annual Dracut Old Home Day, on Saturday, September 11, 2010, at the Dracut, MA High School Complex, 1580 Lakeview Ave, Dracut, MA @ 9:00am

Then, our return to Wrentham, MA for the Cracker Barrel Fair, Friday evening, September 17, 2010 and all day Saturday & Sunday September 18th & 19th, at the Wrentham Developmental Center, Route 495 and 140, Wrentham, MA We donate 20% of all book sales at this event to the center!

We finish up September at the Barnes And Noble Booksellers, on Route 28 in Salem, NH on September 25, 2010 @ 1:00pm!

Then, we start off October at the Barnes And Noble Booksellers, South Willow Street, Manchester, NH on October 2, 2010 @ 1:00pm!

After that, believe it or not, our fourth visit this year to Yellow Umbrella Books, 501 Main Street, Chatham MA. on Sunday, October 10, 2010 @ Noon.

There are more events in the works for October,, November and December. You’ll find out about them, first, right here on this blog!
K

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