Independent Bookstore Day is Saturday April 28th

Independent Bookstore Day is a one-day national party that takes place at indie bookstores across the country on the last Saturday in April.  Every store is unique and independent, and every party is different. But in addition to authors, refreshments, kids events, contests, and other fun stuff, there are exclusive books and literary items that you can only get on that day. Not before. Not after. Not online.

On Saturday April 28th, all day, we will have special merchandise and store specials throughout the day in celebration of Independent Bookstore Day. The is a Connecticut-wide bookstore passport for $500 worth of prizes (see below).

 

 

 

Also, Libro.fm will be giving away 25 digital downloads to folks who visit us during the day- wow!!

Also, as part of the celebration of the day, Sharon Struth will do a book signing of her latest book, Willow’s Way from 1:00-2:00pm.

About the book:

Willow Armstrong, the once-famous “Queen of Weight Loss” and president of Pound Busters, succumbed to stress eating after her divorce. Now the scandal of getting caught on camera binging on pizza, and the internet-wide mocking of her new curves, may destroy her career. Add in a business advisor who drained her finances, and Willow is out of options-until she learns she’s inherited a house in England’s most picturesque locale, The Cotswolds….

About the author: 

Bestselling author Sharon Struth believes you’re never too old to pursue a dream. When she’s not writing, she and her husband happily sip their way through the scenic towns of the Connecticut Wine Trail. She writes from Bethel, Connecticut, the friendliest place she’s ever lived along with her husband and dogs. To pre-order the book, click HERE.

In addition, Harmony Verna will be here at 3:00pm to discuss and sign her book, Beneath the Apple Leaves.

About the book:

After a tragic accident leaves a young railroad apprentice severely injured, he leaves Pittsburgh with his aunt and uncle to start life anew on a rural Pennsylvania farm.

About the author: 

Throughout her twenty‑year career in communications, Harmony Verna has worked with all media facets: radio, television, magazines, newspapers, public relations, advertising and marketing. As a freelance writer, she has written scripts for the Food Network and articles for Modern Bride Magazine, Connecticut Woman Magazine and more. Daughter of Australia was a final round selection for the James Jones First Novel Contest. Verna lives in Newtown, Connecticut, with her husband and their three young boys. To save a spot for this author talk, click HERE.

 

Also, Connecticut Bookstores have a scavenger hunt that could get you a total of $500 in gift certificates to Connecticut’s bookstores! Visit 15 of the 20 store in two days to get qualified!!

Click HERE for the passport and have two days of fun!

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