I recently donned my Boston Red Sox mask and headed to my local independent bookstore, Tatnuck Booksellers in Westborough, MA, to sign copies of my memoir, Uncomfortably Numb.
The copies are on display at the Local Author table smack dab in the middle of the store.
Feel free to snap up a signed copy from the store.
Show your love for indie bookstores!
Thank you to Westfield (Mass.) independent bookstore Blue Umbrella Books for hosting my Mr. Clark’s Big Band book talk and signing on Veterans’ Day weekend.
It was great fun to visit my old stomping grounds and chat with friends from high school and college. Family members who live in western Massachusetts also came out to represent!
If you missed the event, signed copies of Mr. Clark’s Big Band are still for sale at Blue Umbrella.
The bookstore folks live-streamed my book talk on Facebook. You can watch a recording here: https://www.facebook.com/BlueUmbrellaBooks/videos/1717853861625507/?hc_ref=ARRMYMhOKjANxxnBv_mvKCKOtDfaIm-5jhlgofdxSk6DRpYONumGsFkb0ZTzh17MFWM
Image credits: Scott Weiss.
I’ll be heading to western Massachusetts for a book signing on Nov. 11 from 1-3 p.m.
The independent bookstore, Blue Umbrella Books of Westfield, MA, will play host as I sign copies of Mr. Clark’s Big Band.
My ties to the city run deep. I lived in Westfield for my first six years, did my first journalism internship there (at The Westfield News) and covered the area as a young reporter for The Republican.
I’m looking forward to seeing friends from my hometown, the neighboring West Springfield. If you’re in the area, come join us!
Image credit: Blue Umbrella Books.
Looking for signed copies of Mr. Clark’s Big Band? There are several available right now at Stax Discount Books, 193A Boston Post Road West, Marlborough, MA.
I spent part of Saturday afternoon signing books at Stax and chatting with the charming owners Stacey and Mike. Love me an independent bookstore!
Image credits: Stax Discount Bookstore.