Long Island Authors and Writers Society Holds Book Signing at Book Revue in Huntington

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Award-winning and bestselling authors will be on hand April 29 at the Book Revue

Huntington, NY - April 1, 2014 -  Six select members of the Long Island Authors and Writers Society, including award-winning and bestselling authors, will be on hand April 29 at Long Island, New York’s prestigious bookstore, Huntington’s Book Revue.
 
Featured at this seminal event are authors: Mary Beth Czubay (Easy Out On Third) Yvonne Capitelli (Daria Rose and the Day She Chose, I get It! I get It! How John Figures it Out), Rich Harwood (Community of Excellence, The Red Warrior), Valerie Pfundstein (Veterans, Heroes in Our Neighborhood), Melissa Pandolf (The Journey for Mama's Babies), and Nicholas Skula (He Rejoices Over Me). Their books include children’s books, novels, non-fiction, inspiration, self-help and other genres. For more information about these authors please click here.
 
“It’s a not to be missed book signing event,” says LIAWS president, Tom Gahan. “April 29 will be an opportunity to meet a half-dozen Long Island authors at one time in a fun, book-filled atmosphere.”
 
This book signing event, made through a special arrangement with Long Island Authors and Writers Society and Book Revue, takes place Tuesday, April 29 at 7 PM. The Book Revue is located at 313 New York Avenue, Huntington, New York 11743, 631-271-1442.  Books by all of the authors will be available for purchase.
 
“Book Revue is happy to welcome the members of Long Island Authors and Writers Society and to host the book signing event on April 29,” says Loren Aliperti, publicist for Book Revue. “We are always eager to support and encourage new and local authors.”
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