Sunday, October 18, 2009

Basket o'books!

The Mechanicsburg Mystery Book Shop will celebrate the first national National Bookstore Day with a giveaway basket of books by The Susquehanna Writers, the local writers group I helped cofound.

Publishers Weekly encouraged independent bookstores across the country to celebrate their vibrant culture. Mechanicsburg Mystery Book Shop patrons will have the opportunity to win a basket full of great reads such as:
Bark of the Tree by Mike Silvestri (mystery)
Thy Kingdom Come by Don Helin (military thriller)
One Soul for Sale by Cate Masters (dark fantasy)
Picture This by Cate Masters (contemporary women’s fiction)
The Greater Good by Susan Kelley (fantasy), plus a jeweled book thong
Summer Lovin’ YA anthology
Diverse Divorce by Lisa Lawmaster Hess (nonfiction)
Acting Assertively by Lisa Lawmaster Hess (nonfiction)
• Plus a $10 gift certificate to Mechanicsburg Mystery Book Shop from award-winning author Carmen McKee
The Mechanicsburg Mystery Book Shop has hosted author events for several members of The Susquehanna Writers, including Don Helin, Dennis Royer and Mike Silvestri.
Book store owner Debbie Beamer agreed to host the giveaway to help the listed authors promote their works and to encourage customers to celebrate National Bookstore Day. “The independent bookstore provides a vital service to the community. Residents should take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to support our local writers.”
No purchase is required to enter the giveaway. Visit the Mechanicsburg Mystery Book Store at 6 Clouser Road, on the corner of Trindle Road in Mechanicsburg, to enter. The drawing will take place on Nov. 22.
Visit the store online at www.mysterybooksonline.com.



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