Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Book Signing at Historical Society

More than 30 Local Authors to Sign and Sell Copies of their Books

Here's a press release from the Historical Society-I won't be there as I have another commitment, but it is a great event that I have participated in for several years. Check it out.

Buffalo, N.Y. – November 20, 2008 – The Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society will present its annual One-Stop Buffalo Book Signing on Saturday, November 29 from noon to 2 p.m. at the History Museum, located at 25 Nottingham Court at Elmwood Avenue.

The event, designed for shoppers looking for personalized gifts in a relaxed atmosphere, features more than 30 local authors selling, signing, and discussing their books. This year’s event includes, but is not limited to, the following authors:

Christina Abt, Chicken Wing Wisdom
Alex Bitterman, Buffalo is A Cool Place to Live
Dawn Both-Mix, The Hauntings of Morning Point
Evelyn Brady, Peaceprints
David Bregger, Buffalo's Historic Streetcars and Buses
Frank Croisdale, Buffalo Soul Lifters
Steve Corbett, The What Was Where? Book of Buffalo's Canals
Robert Dilks, Fremont Bay, Pols Apart
Susan Dilks, Her Reason For Being
Mark Donnelly, The Fine Art of Capturing Buffalo
Rachelle Francis, Secrets Along the Niagara, Will the Real Millard Fillmore PleaseStand Up?
Herbert A. Hauptman,On the Beauty of Science
Rose Hirsch, Crystal Memories: 101 years of Fun
Bill Kae, Steamers of the Crystal Beach Line
John Koerner, The Mysteries of Father Baker, Supernatural Power
Ken Kraemer, Buffalo Central Terminal: A Picture Book, LeHigh Valley Railroad
Betty Leader, Buffalo Snow
Elizabeth Licata,Jim Charlier, Garden Walk
Nancy Mingus, Buffalo: Good Neighbors, Great Architecture
Mike Mulley, Buffalo in Black and White, The First Ward, Allentown
Laura Pedersen, Buffalo Gal
John Percy, Buffalo-Niagara Connections
Joseph Radder, Remembering Old Buffalo
Joseph P. Ritz, I Never Looked for My Mother
Erno Rossi, Crystal Beach: The Good Old Days, White Death: Blizzard of ’77
Lynda Schneekloth,Tom Yots, The Power Trail
Lynda Schneekloth, Rediscovering Concrete Atlantis
Kevin Siepel, Joseph Bennett of Evans and the Growing of NewYork’s Niagara Frontier, Rebel:The Life and Times of John Singleton Mosby
Wanda Slawinska,Edward Szemraj, The Polonian Legacy ofWNY
Traveling PictureShow, Matted Images
Mason Winfield, A Ghosthunter’s Journal, Haunted Places of Western New York, Shadows of the Western Door, Village Ghosts of Western New York, Spirits of the Great Hill
Jocelyn Saint James,Serenade the Moon
Dan Starr, The Golden Age of Buffalo Sports

In addition to books, the Historical Society’s museum shop offers unique Buffalo-themed gifts, including jewelry, fine art prints, maps, educational toys, and exclusive 1901 Pan-American Exposition-themed items.

The One-Stop Buffalo Book Signing is free and open to the public and parking is complimentary and plentiful. For more information, the public may call the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society at (716) 873-9644 ext. 301 or visit www.bechs.org.

The One-Stop Buffalo Book Signing receives media support from WBFO 88.7-FM.

Also on Saturday
St. Gregory the Great Craft Show
November 28, 10-4, November 29 10-3. There will be over 140 vendors (including yours truly, selling my book) at this annual show that is in both the ministry center and school. Admission is only $2, children 12 and under are free.

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