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Creative Aging Books & Ideas 2024 Author Events

Creative Aging Books & Ideas

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Presents

   ROBERTA RICH

Thursday, January 25th, at 2:00 pm EST

author of  “THE JAZZ CLUB SPY” 

A Canadian Living magazine book club pick and a “most anticipated” book for the Fall of 2023 by

Your Bookish Life.

Read Cece’s review of The Jazz Club Spy here:

Cece reviews: The Jazz Club Spy by Roberta Rich – cecescott.com

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Creative Aging Books & Ideas

Presents

U. K. award-winning author Louise Fein

Thursday, March 28, 2 p.m. EST

 

Louise’s debut novel, “Daughter of the Reich” won the RNA Historical Novel of the Year Award 2021.

Read my review here: Book Review No 19: The Hidden Child, by Louise Fein – cecescott.com

Louise will be reading from her just-released new book, “The London Bookshop Affair.”

Read my earlier interview with Louise here: Volume V – Louise Fein – cecescott.com

And register for our March 28 event here: Meeting Registration – Zoom

Creative Aging Books & Ideas

Presents

Marina Sonkina

Thursday, April 25, 2 p.m. EST

Read Cece’s review of Marina’s “Ukrainian Portraits: Diaries from the Border” here:  Cece reviews: Ukrainian Portraits: Diaries from the Border – cecescott.com

 

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Creative Aging Books & Ideas

Presents

Multi-award winning Canadian crime author

William Deverell

Thursday, May 30, 2 p.m. EST

Canadian novelist, activist and criminal lawyer, William Deverell is back at it again with the latest in his Arthur Beauchamp legal thrillers.

William’s first book,  “Needles” (his new novel is his 20th and will be released May 28th from ECW Press), which drew on his experience as a criminal lawyer won the McClelland & Stewart Seal Award. The Globe and Mail named “Snow Job”, a political satire, one of the Top Crime Books worldwide in 2009. Know for the satire in his novels, two of William’s books were shortlisted for the Stephen Leacock Award.

Make sure to sign up early for this rollicking fun and intriguing virtual event.

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