Three time’s a charm: 4/26 Southborough Library talk

Screenshot 2018-03-29 11.51.24Let’s try this again, shall we?

My book talk/book signing at the Southborough Public Library–located in the town where Mr. Clark’s Big Band is set, not too far from the Trottier Middle School–has been rescheduled for a third time. Hopefully there will be no snow or flu complications on the new date: Thursday, April 26 at 7 p.m. (*knocking on wood*)

I’ll be discussing how I came to write Mr. Clark’s Big Band and what the writing and researching process was like. I’ll read several select excerpts and, afterward, have copies on sale.

Image credit: Southborough Public Library. 

 

 

Get Your Signed Copies at Stax

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Looking for a signed copy of Mr. Clark’s Big Band, the feel-good true story about a Massachusetts middle school band director who helped his grieving students rebound from their sorrows?

Try Stax Discount Books, an independent bookstore which happens to be located in a neighboring town: Marlborough, Mass. (on Route 20 in the R.K. Centre Plaza).

Owned by Tracey McCrea and Michael Joachim, Stax is selling signed copies (see photo above). If you don’t live nearby but want to order a signed copy, contact McCrea: tmccrea@staxbooks.com.

Happy shopping!