My Book Cougars cohost Emily and I are moderating a historical fiction panel at the Mohegan Sun Casino in partnership with Bank Square Books on Thursday, September 27th at 7 pm.
Here’s the description:
Indulge in stimulating discussion with historical fiction authors Fiona Davis, the bestselling author of The Dollhouse, The Address, and her new book The Masterpiece; Melodie Winawer, author of The Scribe of Siena; James R. Benn, author of Solemn Graves, the latest in the Billy Boyle World War II series; and Marie Benedict, author of Carnegie’s Maid and The Other Einstein. The authors will be in conversation with Emily Fine and Chris Wolak of The Book Cougars.
This exclusive Winning Authors event sponsored in part with Bank Square Books takes place in The Cabaret Theatre on September 27, followed by a book signing in The Shops concourse. Bank Square Books will be on-site selling books, and tickets can be bought in advance through Eventbrite.
Participation is on a first-come, first-served basis. Historical Panelists will be signing copies of their books, which will be available for purchase through Bank Square Books in Mystic, CT, the night of the event. Tickets to the event and copies of their new books can be reserved in advance through Bank Square Books. Books can also be purchased on-site at Mohegan Sun on the day of the event, subject to availability.
Get your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/historical-fiction-panel-at-mohegan-sun-tickets-48422869105
I’m happy to say I’ve enjoyed or am enjoying all of the books. Can you imagine what a drag it would be if I’d hated any of the books? I’m not that good of an actor.
So far I’ve read Carnegie’s Maid (audio) and Solemn Graves (paper). I’ll be finishing the audio version of The Scribe of Sienna later today and started The Masterpiece (paper) yesterday. I have paper copies of all four novels but chose to listen to two. I did this in part because I need the exercise (or at least to help my blood to circulate) and can listen easier than reading on the treadmill (although I often do find myself reading paper books on the treadmill, but at a much slower pace. Talk about blood).
Initially, it was a subconscious decision to chose to listen to the two books that are performed with accents, and in hindsight, that choice made perfect sense. More to come on that. I’ll review each book in the coming weeks.
If you attend this event please stop by and say hi afterward! Emily and I will hang out to chat while the authors sign books.