Fellow Jerseyites, Philadelphians, and…people who live in Delaware: you should come visit the Collingswood Book Festival this Saturday, 10/11, from 10-4. I will be there selling copies of The End of Summer, as well as The House on Creep Street, the new book I co-authored with my writing partner and fellow chum, Chris Evangelista. If you’re lucky, I’ll let you touch my pumpkin. (Wait till you see it – it rules.) Check out the festival website to learn more about it. According to the Weather Channel, there’s a big fat rain cloud icon scheduled for that day, but here’s hoping the gods of autumn smile upon us all just long enough for the festival to remain outdoors where it belongs.
Join us on Saturday, October 11, 2014, when festival-goers will have an opportunity to stroll more than six blocks of Haddon Avenue [in Collingswood, NJ] filled with nationally recognized authors/speakers for adults and children, as well as booksellers, storytellers, poetry readings, workshops, exhibitors, kid-friendly activities, and entertainment for all ages. This award-winning festival is the longest-running, largest literary event in the Delaware Valley. Remember, all events are free!