No matter what type of book you prefer, you’re almost certain to find something you’ll like at the Chronicle Book Fair, which celebrates its 20th anniversary on Sunday, November 8, at the Queensbury Hotel in downtown Glens Falls.
You’ll meet authors, publishers, booksellers and other folks – more than a hundred will be set up with displays – so there’ll be plenty of chatter going on throughout the day.
Tables featuring hundreds of book titles will be laid out in different rooms, providing great shopping opportunities for yourself or for the holidays. Strike up a conversation with an author about his or her work, they love to talk about what they’ve done or what they’re working on next.
Jill and I will be on hand again this year, so if you’re looking to visit or have questions about writing, publishing, and selling, we welcome you to join us for a chat. Admission is free, and the hours this year are 11 am to 3 pm.
Kudos to the Glens Falls Chronicle (Managing Editor Cathy DeDe and Editor Mark Frost, plus a bunch of others) for holding this event each year, supporting the regional literary scene and giving authors of all kinds of books a chance to strut their stuff. If you have a little free time on Sunday, pay us a visit!