Free Nibbles, A Reading & A Book Signing

Come and join author Peter E. Fenton for a reading from his novel The Woodcarver’s Model as well as an excerpt from his new book MANN HUNT.

The afternoon will include a chance to get your book signed if you wish, some free nibbles and mostly an opportunity to celebrate the launch of Peter’s first published novel.

It all takes place on Sunday October 16th (the week AFTER Thanksgiving). Even if you don’t have a book or plan to purchase one, come and celebrate.

IF YOU PLAN TO ATTEND, PLEASE RSVP to by October 10th. It will help us plan food amounts.

Peter E. Fenton Author Event

Sunday October 16th from 2-4 PM

Madison Pub – 14 Madison Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada (at the Spadina Subway Station)

I am thrilled to announce that The Woodcarver’s Model is now available in the Toronto Public Library system. Access to the work is important for those who don’t have means to purchase a book. If you have a Toronto Public Library card, you can now get an e-copy of the book by clicking here.

There is currently only one copy available, and the demand is high, but if the waiting list gets long, it may lead to additional copies being purchased by the library.

On a final note, for those of you who have enjoyed my other blog with my partner which shares Larry & Curly’s antics over the years, the meerkats will be attending this event. The meerkats are happy to pose for pictures or simply say hello. Another reason to come out and celebrate.

Whatever your day holds, we hope that it is filled with joy, laughter, and celebration.

Warmest Regards,

Peter E. Fenton

Published by peterefenton

Peter Fenton is a playwright and author living in Toronto, Canada.

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