Barnes & Noble in Saratoga
Friday, September 25th - Sunday, September 27th
Barnes & Noble in Saratoga, in partnership with the Adirondack Center for Writing, is pleased to host 32
authors in a local author showcase that takes place Friday, Septemberzc” – Sunday, September 27th at the
Barnes & Noble in Wilton Square, 3029 State Route 50. Thirty two writers who live and/or write books on the
greater Adirondack region will be featured throughout the store – each available to speak on the locale, the
writing process and sign copies of their individual works. The final schedule for the afternoon is as follows:
Friday, September 25th
6-8PM Mark Cheverton, Invasion of the Overworld, a children’s Minecraft series.
April Blanchard Peterson, The Woodman’s Boy, a young adult title.
Liv Snyder, There Once Was a Frog; and There Once Was a Bullfrog, children’s books with
Pitter David Gaskin, Adirondack Luau, a regional children’s chapter book.
Eagile Masker, The Window in the Attic, a children’s adventure story.
Saturday, September 26th
12-2PM Paul Castellani, Sputnik Summer, an Adirondack mystery and coming of age story.
Jamie Shefield, Here Be Monsters; Between the Carriers; Caretakers; and The Weaving, all
Michael Virtanen, The River‘s Tale; and Within a Dark Forest, both considered mystery and
Vincent Morrone, Just Breathe, romance and Vision of Shadows & Vision of Serpents, young
adult paranormal romance series.
Gordie Little, Ghosts of Clinton County, a local supernatural collection.
Anne McCarthy Strauss, The Passion Thief, a women’s contemporary fiction title.
Peggy Frezon, Dieting with My Dog; Heart to Heart Hand in Paw; and Faithfully Yours,
women’s inspiration/pet titles.
Darrell Laurant, The Kudzu Kid, a work of’fiction.
Stuart Bartow, Teaching Trout to Talk: Zen of Small Stream Fly Fishing, a non-fiction novel.
Marilyn McCabe, Perpetual Motion, a book of poetry.
Roger Mitchell, Clear Pond: the Reconstruction of a Life, Delicate Bait; and Lemon Peeled the
Moment Before, a humanitarians title and works of poetry.
Barbara Louise Ungar, Immortal Medusa, a book of poetry.
Sunday, September 27th
12-2PM Jed Donavan, College Flunky: Rehab and Recover; and Army Flunkies, memoirs and self-help
Chuck D’Jmperio, A Taste of Upstate New York; and Unknown Museums of New York State, a
local food selection and regional history.
Walt McLaughlin, The Allure qf Deep Woods: Backpacking the Northville-Placid Trail, an
outdoor regional title. .
Jeanne Elizabeth Whyte, Watercolors, a memoir.
Jeanne Selander Miller, Healing Path Home; A Million Miles from Home; and Privileged,
women’s studies and personal growth.
Rick Steiner, Retirement: Different by Design, a personal growth selection.
Kim and Pam Ladd, Happy Hour in the High Peaks, a travel and drink guide.
Mary Sanders Shartle, The Truth and Legend of Lily Martindale, fiction.
Bibi Wein, The Way Home: A Wilderness Odyssey, a memoir.
Eric Schlimmer, Blue Line to Blue Line: The Official Guide to Trans Adk. Route, a local
camping and hiking guide.
Cheryl Elton, Pathway of Peace: Living in a Growing.Relationship with Christ, a religious
Patricia O’Gorman, Healing Trauma Through Self-Parenttng; Resilient Woman; and The Girly
Thought 10 Day Detox Plan, self-improvement titles.
James Preller, The Fall, Scary Tales, a teen thriller and children’s series.
Bruce Venter, The Battle of Hubbardton: The Rear Guard Action that Saved America, an
American history selection.
Joy Harjo, Crazy Brave, a coming of age memoir.