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Meet the Cambridge Authors Day December 10th, 2021

 



The Cambridge Authors group is proud to announce the authors that will be participating in their Meet the Cambridge Authors Event Friday, December 10th,2021.

For immediate release... November 30th, 2021.. Cambridge, Ontario... The Meet the Cambridge Authors Event will be held, Friday, December 10th, 2-4pm, 6:30-8:30pm, in Cambridge.

The location is the Cambridge Centre for the Arts, Toyota Room, 60 Dickson Street, Cambridge, Ontario. It is free to attend. The Authors will have their books for sale.

Confirmed Authors Who Will Be There
  • Daryl J Ball - Fantasy
  • Carrie Ann Barnes - Young Adult/Fiction
  • A.S. Compton - Fiction
  • Kit Daven -Sci-fantasy
  • Scott Fields - Non- Fiction/Travel
  • WD Janaway - Contemporary Fiction
  • Tony Kitchen - Experiential non fiction
  • Paul Langan - Local history
  • Peter Lawryniuk
  • Mark Leslie Lefebvre - Thrillers/Urban Fantasy/Horror, Non-Fiction - Paranormal, Writing & Publishing
  • Paulus Ling - Classic gothic suspense graphic novel
  • Tara Mondou - Creative Non-Fiction
  • Lindsey-Anne Pontes - Fiction/ Young Adult/ Romance
  • Richard H. Stephens - Fantasy
  • Ruth Thompson - Health and Wellness
  • Pam Urie - Business non-fiction


Screening, proof of vaccination needed to enter. Masks must be worn


For more information contact Tara Schippling Mondou at 519 277 5859 or through the website.

http://cambridgeauthors.ca

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