December Cider Sundays at Viewpoint will feature local authors, including me

Books, books, and more books. Games. Gifts. Local authors. Cider. Hurray!

My local, independent bookstore will host local authors on the first three Sundays in December, and ’ll be a part of two of them. Viewpoint Books, 548 Washington St., in downtown Columbus, Indiana, will host Cider Sundays from 1-4 p.m. on Dec. 4, 11, and 18. Normal hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

On Cider Sundays, local authors will have tables within the store with their books, which you can purchase and have autographed. I have a sneaking suspicion there will be cider and treats, too. My wife and I will take part on Dec. 11 and 18. I’ll have both of my nonfiction books as well as information on how to get books I’ve published with PathBinder Publishing LLC. Kimberly will have her usual array of children’s books she’s written.

My titles are Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher and Wicked Columbus, Indiana. Kimberly’s are Pete the Brave; I Llama Ewe; Emma’s Dancing Day; Sigmund Stanley Spider Squared; Cleo and Roger Discover Columbus, Indiana; Cleo and Roger Discover the Art of Columbus, Indiana; Love, Hope: Children Express Their Emotions During the Coronavirus Pandemic; and The Red Coat: Giving and Gratitude During The Great Depression.

Viewpoint, open since 1973, will be open late (until 8 p.m.) on Dec. 1 as part of A Not So Silent Night celebration in downtown Columbus. More details on that event here. The following day, Miss Polly will have a special holiday read for youngsters during Story Time at 11 a.m.

To check out all of Viewpoint’s events, click here.

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