Lost Lexington Events This Weekend

Panel Discussion During Lost Lexington Launch Event at the Blue Grass Trust
(L-R) Yvonne Giles, Mark Naylor, Tom Eblen, Peter Brackney, Bill Johnston, and Jason Sloan.
Not pictures: Holly Wiedemann, moderator.
If you missed the book signing and discussion at the Thomas Hunt Morgan House hosted by the Blue Grass Trust, you can check out one of the two book signings scheduled for this weekend:

Signing copies of Lost Lexington.
At Morris Book Shop, 882 E. High St. in Lexington, there will be a Lost Lexington reading and signing from 2-4 on Sunday, November 9. Mark your attendance at the Facebook event by clicking here.

There will also be a reading and signing on Sunday evening from 6-8 at the Barnes & Noble, 1932 Pavilion Way, in Hamburg (Lexington) during the store's Awesome Author weekend. Information about all author's featured during the weekend is available by clicking here.

There are other events scheduled in the coming weeks as well. Details about these can be found by clicking here.

Now a few more details and pictures from the BGT event ...

The BGT event on Monday was great fun. After a book signing and mingling, a gathering assembled in the auditorium at the Thomas Hunt Morgan House for a reading from Lost Lexington. Though the picture didn't turn out quite as I had hoped, I snapped a picture (above) of the audience before reading excerpts from Lost Lexington. It was a great crowd!

After my reading, a panel discussion considered Lexington's past and its future with lots of great questions from the audience. A big thanks to all who participated on or moderated the panel, to the BGT for hosting the event, and to all who came!

Be sure to listen this weekend to your favorite Clear Channel station. There should be a short clip of my interview for the Kentucky News Network. Stay tuned!

And one more note: If you have read Lost Lexington, please take a moment and submit a review online either on amazon, barnes & noble, or goodreads. Thanks!

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