Morning Meanderings… Two Book Events Missed (Poo!)

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Since June began, every Monday we have had a Minnesota Author at the Library sponsored by our Friends Of The Library.  I love these events as it is an author event that takes place three miles from my house, and it is a wonderful way to be able to listen to an author and hear about their writing and their books.

Two Mondays ago, June 9th, I missed Rhonda Foch’s, author of Minnesota Lost Town’s Northern Addition because I was at Camp.  This Monday I missed Peter Geye, author of The Lighthouse Road because I was speaking instead at the same time for a local volunteer group about the Friends Of The Library, an opportunity I could not pass up… but really wanted to hear Peter.  On the bright side, I was able to meet both authors before I ran to my other commitments.

Peter Geye, Rhonda Fochs, Lighthouse Road, Book Journey, Sheila DeChantal

I did manage to pick up both of their books at these events.

 

Next week we have Jess Lourey with her book January Thaw.  Should be fun and YAY, I can be there 😉

 

SO…. audio book month.  I am having a BLAST and I hope you are too!  I appreciate all the comments on the audio related posts and I really appreciate those of you who are dabbling in audio for the first time, or trying it again after perhaps unsuccessful attempts previously.

Please remember that all the audio book related posts this months have a giveaway for a $25 gift card to either Amazon or Barnes and Noble. To enter – just comment on the audio posts… one entry per comment.  Here is a recap of all the audio book related posts so far:

 

Intro to Audiobook Month

The Acting Of Narration with Johnny Heller

Delicious by Ruth Reichl

A Day In The Life Of Narrating by Narrator Therese Plummer

The Beginning of Narration by Narrator Allyson Johnson

The BEST audiobooks according to the listeners

If I Can’t Have You by Gregg Olsen and Rebecca Morris

Top 5 audiobooks according to narrator Tavia Gilbert

 

 

Please watch this site for June audio book related posts.  For every post you comment on in June that has this audio book symbol:

Audio month, Sheila DeChantal, Book Journey

I will put you into a drawing for a $25 book certificate for each comment (Barnes and Noble or Amazon – your choice).  Winner will be drawn in July.

 

 

 

About Sheila (Book Journey)

Bookaholic * Audio Book Fan *Bike Rider *Rollerblader *Adventure Seeker *Runner*Coffee lover *Fitness Fan * Movie junkie

Posted on June 17, 2014, in Audio Giveaway, Audiobook Month, Meanderings and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. I find that the best book events seem to be scheduled when I can’t attend. I don’t know how that happens but it usually does! :–)

  2. Oh my gosh, I bet Geye was amazing – I’ve heard so much about The Lighthouse Road. Fiction Addiction is having so many events this summer and I’ve had to miss quite a few. I’m bummed every single time.

  3. I love Peter Geye — of course I’ve never met him, but still . . .

    • I had a great conversation with him yesterday as he left the library and I was hurrying to get back. He has offered to be one of our Wine and Words authors for 2015 *yippee!!!* he was super easy to talk to and down to earth.

  4. I wish my library would host author events. It would be very popular.

  5. Peter Geye! He’s one of those authors that I keep meaning to read and not making time for. I hope to meet him someday since he’s a Minnesota author.

  6. I LOVED the Lighthouse Road and can’t wait for his sequel to come out. As soon as I closed the back cover of it I went online and ordered his first one (yes, the one they are filming on the North Shore right now). I was glad I was able to attend both of these Brown Bag events. Rhonda Fochs was super interesting and I ended up getting her book for my dad for Father’s Day.

  7. Your work for Friends Of The Library must be so rewarding!!
    I live in a little dinky town and even though there are many libraries in the area, it’s not often that we get an author to visit. Just another reason why I want to move to a bigger town and out of the country.

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