Saturday, September 20, 2008

NY Mystery Writers Give It Away

In Cherry Hill Sunday and Monday, The New York Chapter of Mystery Writers of America will be giving away copies of their books to the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Assn.





Come on by the Crowne Plaza, you booksellers, and pick up the latest from Jane K. Cleland, Chris Grabenstein, Anthony Bruno, Jeff Cohen, Sarah Langan, Sharon Linnea, Jack Getze, Merry Jones, Jonathan McGoran, David Wind, and others.

Click on Headline for more info and directions

5 comments:

Beth said...

I spent my summers in Marlton, and lived in Mt Laurel for a year a few centuries ago. We used to trek to the Cherry Hill Mall for a special outing...

Thanks for the trip down memory lane. Wish I could be there, but it's a little further to travel now!

Austin Carr said...

Is there anyone in this world who has been and lived in more places than you? I doubt it. But speaking of memory lane, do you remember a hit record back in the 70s called "Cherry Hill Park?" Barb says it really was a wild place.

Hey, Beth. A little bird told me you fell in love. Congrats, and enjoy.

P.S. Spell it FARTHER when you speak of physical distance. :-)

Beth said...

Egads, did I really say further? ::shakes head:: Thanks for the tip, Austin! And I'm sure there are folks out there who've been to more places than I have...I just haven't met 'em yet!

I remember the song, but not the park. I was too young to be galavanting through the wilds of NJ in them days. I've been told Cherry Hill Mall was one of the first in the country, tho...

Anyway, rumor is true. And thanks - you are still a sweetheart (both you and TFA). Lots of hugs and wishes for your continued success!

Austin Carr said...

Sorry about correcting you. TFA has this new gig with Spinetingler Magazine, and the bossiness must have rubbed off. I hate when people do that. I mean, who cares? The communication was there. I understood exactly what you meant. Only freaking editors think spelling's so important.

Beth said...

No worries - you were right! I'm mortified that I screwed it up - I know better. I consider it a gentle reminder from a peer, not bossiness. :-) Ask my little sister - apparently I have the corner on THAT title!

And I'm still thrilled about your new gig. If it makes you more aware of stuff like this, that's not a bad thing. No reason to fret. But thanks for caring.

Now go to bed! :-)