I will be signing copies of Elevating Overman from 2-2:30 at the Rare Bird Lit booth.
Then, at THE LAST BOOKSTORE 453 S Spring St Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 488-0599
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books After Party
Rare Bird Lit, Bookforum, Granta, ZYZZYVA& Slake Media celebrate the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books at The Last Bookstore, Saturday evening from 7:00pm to 11:00pm. This event is open to the public and will feature authors, drinks, performances and giveaways.
For further information, contact: events(at)lastbookstorela(dot)com
The author’s home away from home invites you to shop, surf, stay, eat and LISTEN to the literary stylings of his first novel, in a reading/booksigning that is being billed as the PREMIER EVENT taking place in Ventura at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Hope to see you there.
Contrary to what some of you snarky folks have intimated, “Live in Boca Raton” is NOT an oxymoron. This vibrant city has warmly extended an invitation for me to speak and sign books on Thursday, January 24 at 7:30 PM. It is also the city that named itself “Mouth of the Rat.” I leave it up to you fine readers to judge the wisdom of both choices. Meanwhile, if you happen to be in the Ft. Lauderdale/Boca area, come on by…
Bruce Ferber, author of Elevating Overman, Jan. 24, 7:30 PM
EAST SIDE PEEPS! PEEL YOURSELVES AWAY FROM YOUR LEFTOVER TURKEY TO GIT YOU SOME OVERMAN! IN ADDITION TO THIS BEING THE PERFECT STOCKING STUFFER, THE AUTHOR WILL BE THERE, READING AND SIGNING YOUR POST-THANKSGIVING TREAT.
Open for more than 110 years, this is Southern California’s oldest and largest independent bookstore. Don’t expect dusty shelves and musty smells; it’s clean, up to date, and chock-full of everything a book lover would want or need. The visiting-author series is one of the best in the area. Vroman’s Fine Writing, Gifts, and Stationery store is right next door.
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Written by the Emmy and Golden Globe nominated comedy writer of “Home Improvement,” “Coach,”“Bosom Buddies” and “Growing Pains.” This book is truly hilarious and yet poignant. Through a “mid-life crisis/awakening,” a pathetic loser gains significant insight into living a life that matters and righting some of his wrongs.