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FULL SCHEDULE for Berlin Book Festival: Reading, 'Riting and Retail with Fritz Wetherbee on May 19

on Tue, 05/15/2012 - 16:17

Book sales will be begin at 10 a.m. under the tent. Many authors will be available to sign their work. Book appraisals run 10:30 to 1:30 p.m.
 
9 a.m. Writing non-fiction workshop, with David Taylor Moore (moorecivilwar.com) of Berlin and White Mountains Community College. He will discuss research techniques and will include discussion on the Battle of Richmond and the search for Confederate gold.

Moore is the author of Moore’s Civil War Reference, a day-by-day chronological listing of America’s Civil War, which took over 10 years to complete and contains 6,300-plus landscaped pages.

QUOTABLE: “We don’t care in our interview if the book is self-published or not.”

on Wed, 01/25/2012 - 20:22

“We don’t care in our interview if the book is self-published or not.”—Mike Morin, presenter, On-Air: Interviewing for Radio, Television, and Community TV at NHWP’s Author School

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Unless otherwise indicated, all locations are in New Hampshire.

February 4, 2014, Enfield:  Storyteller and author Rebecca Rule will share some stories she has collected about New Hampshire’s history and will invite members to contribute stories of their own. At 7 p.m., Enfield Community Center (632-4675).

February, 11, 2014, Portsmouth: As part of Writers on a New England Stage, B.J. Novak, one of writers of the TV series The Office, will read from his debut fiction collection, One More Thing: Stories and Other

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