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New England Writers Signing
New England Writers Signing
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Date/Time
Saturday, October 4th 2014
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Location
DCU Center

An event to celebrate New England Writers. Over thirty authors have signed up for this event.

Genres range from Contemporary Romance, Paranormal, Suspense/Thriller, Young Adult, Women’s Fiction.

Authors scheduled to sign– Renee Dyer, Shakuita Johnson, A.E. Woodward, Heidi McLaughlin, Renee Ericson, Sara Shirley, E.A. Whitehead, W. Ferraro, Lisa Beth Darling, Michelle Falanga, Danielle Bannister, Rebecca R. Cohen, Megan McCooey, Jill Cooper, T.L. Manning, Derek Dorr, Daisy Prescott, Ann Lister, Mela Remington, Antoinette Candela, Francette Phal, Diane V. Mulligan, RJ Keller, Amy Rachiele, Laura Howard, Penelope Ward, Rita Sawyer, A.J. Kane, Gayle Suzanne, N.L. Rodriguez, Steven D. Powell, Jane F McCarthy, Brianna Lee, Nicki DeStasi, Melinda Sutherland, Christa Cervone, Stephanie Monahan.
*authors are subject to change without notice

Located in the central New England, Worcester, Massachusetts. The DCU Center, 50 Foster Street, Worcester, MA 01608.
Event time 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Tickets are $12.00 and not available at door. Only available until September 15th. Get Yours Now!

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