The first-ever Easton Book Festival is scheduled for Oct. 25 to 27 in the Pennsylvania city along the Delaware River.
In a city that over the past decade has seen its downtown revitalization assisted by a growing number of food and cultural based festivals, adding the Book Fest is an audacious step.
Over 200 authors will be on hand to present and share their stories, read from works and discuss the writing process at 22 venues.
Information about the event, with a list of venues can be found at: https://eastonbookfestival.com.
I am honored to take part in this ground-breaking event.
I will be among the authors displaying our books from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the First United Church of Christ, 27 North Third St..
I will be reading from the latest Frank Nagler Mystery, THE RED HAND, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Three Birds Coffeehouse, 226 Bushkill Street.
One review of THE RED HAND:
“This is the first book of Michael Daigle’s that I have read, and I was absolutely drawn-in from the beginning. The main character Frank Nagler is a naive young detective in New Jersey, who finds himself thrown into the dirty and violent under-belly of the city, when he is assigned a case that involves a lot of dead bodies! The story surrounding the killings is well thought out and unpredictable. I really like that Frank is a guy you can relate to, and he has an honesty and emotional-pull, I wasn’t just following the case, I was seeing his personal life and traumas unfold along the way. His job is not easy by any means, and the bloody violence and crimes he has witnessed begin to take their toll. I’m curious to know more, and find out what happens next, I’ll be reading the other books in this series for sure.