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Book Signing 

Sunday, May 26 10am-12pm

In Rebekah Lowell’s debut novel, “The Road to After,” eleven-year-old Lacey rediscovers the soothing power of nature after escaping an abusive home. This powerful novel in verse is for ages 10 and up. Lowell’s second book, “Catching Flight” (ages 3-7) is a beautifully illustrated picture book featuring the inspiring message birds have to offer. Lowell is an author-illustrator with a passion for the natural world. She has a BFA in Illustration from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA in Children's Literature and Illustration from Hollins University.


Mj Pettengill makes her return with the fourth book in the Etched in Granite series, “The Crow’s Path.” This long-awaited continuation brings readers back to the County Farm as well as taking them on a journey to the heart of Boston in 1878. Characters old and new bring readers into the harrowing stories of life and death on a rural New England Poor Farm. Pettengill has an MFA in creative writing and as a social historian, focuses on cultural narrative and traditions, historical intergenerational trauma integration, ancestral healing, and social welfare development.


Amanda Stevens

Wolfeboro resident Amanda J Stevens is a licensed massage therapist by day and a writer by night. Her debut fantasy novel, “The Kingdom of Mist and Blood” is a tale that resonates deeply with the human experience and reflects her love of Greek mythology, dark fantasy romance, and the classics. In a race against time, Merek is the only hope at putting an end to the Goblin King Molag’s reign of corruption in the Realms. With twists and turns galore, the reader will be guessing until the very end.


Glenn Knoblock

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Another familiar face around Wolfeboro, Glenn A. Knoblock is an historian, author, and lecturer with over a dozen books to his credit that highlight various aspects of New Hampshire and New England history. He has a BA in history from Bowling Green State University in Ohio and has been studying and documenting aspects of New Hampshire history for over thirty years. His most recent release, “Loons of New Hampshire” reveals the sometimes-mysterious nature of this beloved bird, its presence throughout the state's history, the threats it faces today, and the extensive efforts to recover the population.

“The Rock in Our Story” by JR Giuliano is a heartwarming story of friendship, love, and finding one’s way. Maria is a young lady from a poverty-stricken, war-torn country who is dreaming of reconnecting with her mentor, while carrying a big chip on her shoulder. Lighthearted, rhythmic, and atmospheric, Giuliano transports the reader to a different time and place. An octogenarian brother, husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather, Giuliano likes to travel anywhere to learn about people, places, culture, and food.

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