Events Calendar. Meet Author Kathryn Orzech.
March 24. READ Local. Local Author Fair.
- DATE: Saturday, March 24, 2018
- TIME: 11:00am to 1:00pm
- VENUE: Riverfront Community Center
- LOCATION: 300 Welles Street, Glastonbury, CT 06033
Presented by: Welles-Turner Memorial Library
Join me and other area authors who are happy to meet and introduce our work to potential new readers from the same communities where we live, write—and write about. Signed copies of our books will be available for purchase.
I’ll be greeting readers, answering your questions, and happy to discuss my mystery-suspense-thrillers set in Connecticut and various New England locations.
Pick up your personally signed copy of Asylum, a dark suspense saga, set in 1899 and 1974 in central Connecticut with female characters who confront extraordinary situations, flirt with romance, and brush with the supernatural.
Awarded Best Mystery by IPNE Book Awards, 2016. A book club favorite.
The Storyteller’s Cottage invites you to the Halloween Edition of All Authors Access. Oct. 29, 2017 Sunday 3-5pm.
The public is welcome to this free event. Online RSVP is appreciated.
Oct. 26th Girl’s Night Out with Women Who Write.
Authors, books, raffle, auction, food, entertainment, vendor tables. Thur, Oct 26, 5:30-8:30pm. All proceeds go to the Network of Executive Women, Milford CT Scholarship Fund. A fun event with new friends.
Oct. 19th, 6 to 8pm — Mysteries & Moonlight Facebook Event.
Join DreamWatch creator Kathryn Orzech, author of mysteries, suspense, and the dark side of history; mystery author Penny Goetjen; and Julie Griffin, ghost photographer-psychic-mediu
Mysteries & Moonlight Event remains on Facebook to view, click the link.
Sept. 21 & 26 — The Big E, Connecticut Building, CAPA Bookstore
We’re excited to be back to The Big E, greeting readers and signing books in the Connecticut Building.
Our books will remain on the shelves from Sept. 16 through 26, so don’t be shy, step into the booth and browse.
Look for the Connecticut Authors and Publishers Assoc. (CAPA) Bookstore next to the State Police booth. (If they turn on the flashing lights, you won’t miss us.) We’re there just two afternoons, but our author pals are on hand every day of the fair from 10am till closing. Tell them Kathy sent you.
Aug 31st. Reading Renee features Asylum
No matter your mood, there’s a great book to suit it.
Asylum: a dark suspense saga by Kathryn Orzech @KathrynObooks @HuffPost HuffPostBooks
Aug 14th. Review & Interview at Cheryl’s Book Nook
Talking Asylum with Kathryn Orzech
In the hot seat with fellow Sister in Crime* Lisa Haselton.
Mystery, suspense, thriller author Kathryn Orzech is featured guest. Join her as Lisa probes for answers buried in a storied past of childhood dreams, present work, and future projects.
Award-winning blog for book reviews, author interviews, and anything writing-related.
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Aug 8th. Join the Flock at I Smell Sheep Book & Movie Blog.
We’re thrilled to be guest posting at I Smell Sheep, an award-winning review blog, where we’re sharing writing tips about researching and learning the language of 1899—and what Meryl Streep has to do with it.
The Author’s Table at Hartford Public Library. Meet Kathryn Orzech 12-3pm, June 21, 2017
A lovely afternoon at The Author’s Table! Our sincere thanks to the Hartford Public Library and to library patrons who stopped to chat. We love meeting and talking to readers.
Author Kathryn Orzech will be greeting visitors and happy to discuss Asylum, her gripping suspense saga set in Hartford and surrounding towns. Set in 1899 and the mid-1970s, when the rise and fall of manufacturing, changing mores and folkways, and struggles for equal rights, prompted passionate discussion of social issues that remain relevant today, making Asylum a book club favorite.
The Author’s Table, Hartford Public Library, 500 Main St., Hartford, CT 06103.
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