Local Author Event–White Lake Library

(signing)

I love libraries, don’t you?

I love the feel of a million words next to me. I love walking the aisles and knowing I’m passing the creative intellect of thousands.

My youngest and I go to library ‘preschool’ every week. It’s not really preschool. It’s storytime without the parents, and they do a craft afterward. But we call it preschool, because, well, he wants to. He loves it.

I do, too.

Though I struggled with reading as a child and teenager, something finally clicked for me as an adult. Now I never have enough time to read all the books I want. But I still make my piles. I still check them out from the library in hopes that maybe, just maybe, I’ll get some time.

I love libraries.

Because of this, I’m very excited to be part of a local author event at the White Lake Library this Saturday. This event features authors from southeast Michigan. I get to meet them. I get to sit by them. Not only that, I get to be one of them. :)

How. Cool. Is. That?

So if you’re a Michigander (or happen to be in the neighborhood), come stop by and see me.  

I’ll be the lady trying desperately to look mature and dignified, while secretly trying to meet all the cool people.

Here are the details:

Authors and illustrators from Southeastern Michigan will be available to discuss, sell, and sign books for children, teens and adults. No registration required, just drop in to shop locally for the holidays!

Date: 10/13/2012
Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 1:00 PM

7527 E. Highland Rd, White Lake, MI

I’ll have copies of SADIE there to sign, or feel free to bring your own. Considering it has snow on the cover, and it’s set around Christmas and New Years, it’s definitely a great gift book for the holidays. :)

Hope to see you there!

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Author: Rebecca Belliston @rlbelliston

Hopeless romantic and author of CITIZENS OF LOGAN POND, SADIE and AUGUSTINA. Music nerd and composer of RELIGIOUS and CLASSICAL-STYLE music. I live in Michigan with my husband and five kids.

2 thoughts on “Local Author Event–White Lake Library”

  1. Cool! I love libraries too, but don’t have any little ones anymore to take to craft time. They’re all big and can ride their bikes by themselves to get their own books. Thankfully, they all like to read (well, my oldest doesn’t read much, but she’s in college and I guess is busy enough with all her classes that I will forgive her that weakness). Have fun at your event.

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    1. Thanks! How nice that they can bike there. Both our libraries are off busy streets. I wouldn’t trust myself to bike there. This is my first library event. We’ll see how it goes.

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