The author’s life ~ Talks in towns … or, it could snow

The forecast was for Kewaunee and nearby towns on Lake Michigan to be “walloped” night before last. We were. Sideways snow, wind roaring past our upstairs windows. A proper Wisconsin snowstorm.

And within several hours, I was to spend a pleasant evening talking to a group and signing books in Algoma. That program was cancelled, and I’m guessing it won’t be the last this winter. But, if our famous lake-effect snow doesn’t send us rushing for extra blankets and gas-powered snowblowers, here’s a list of what’s ahead.

On the Road book, stained glass, and architecture presentations — I have already met with
one book club for a book signing in Kewaunee, Wisconsin and have presentations and book
signings scheduled in many more locations this winter and spring.

[Weather postponed] Kewaunee Public Library, Kewaunee, Wisconsin. Book Signing (open to the public), Thursday, February 23rd, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. New date TBA.

St. John’s Church, Luxemburg, Wisconsin. Book Presentation, Monday, February 27th,
10:00 a.m.

Lincoln Public Library, Springfield, Illinois. Dana Thomas House Stained Glass Restoration
Presentation (open to the public), Monday, March 20th, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

I plan on having an afternoon and evening book signing the same week in Springfield.
Details to follow.

I am presently working with the Yardstick bookstore in Algoma, Wisconsin and possibly the Algoma Public Library to set up a presentation and book signing.

And … I have been asked to participate in the 2023 Independent Book Day event to be held at
the Yardstick on April 29, 2023.

Hope to see you. Contact me at if your group would like to be part of a
presentation or book signing.

Cat’s Cafe is currently listed on Amazon, B&N, and several other websites listed on Amazon. Many are listing it for lower prices than my publisher.

Here’s a link to Amazon’s listing.

You can also purchase a digital copy for $6.99 from Amazon. Wherever you choose to purchase a copy, please leave a review once you have had a chance to read it.

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