Publisher Spotlight: Haverhill House Publishing

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Happy Day-After Thanksgiving—or Black Friday, as they call it! We hope all those who celebrated this past Thursday had wonderful days and safe travels. Today, for our Friday Spotlight, we at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester are happy to shine our light on our good friend John M. McIlveen!  We originally got to know John as a part of the New England horror community and as an author. Today, we’re proud to introduce him as not only an excellent author, but the editor in chief of Haverhill House Publishing.

And we’re also happy to celebrate Small Business Saturday, TOMORROW, November 25, with Haverhill House Publishing! In addition to John, our 65 James Street store will host several Haverhill House Publishing authors giving us readings throughout the day, from 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM.

John M. McIlveen is the author of the paranormal suspense novel, HANNAHWHERE, winner of the 2015 Drunken Druid Award (Ireland) and nominated for the 2015 Bram Stoker Award (HWA), and two story collections, INFLICTIONS and JERKS. He is a father to five daughters, Editor-In-Chief of Haverhill House Publishing, and works at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory. He lives in Haverhill, MA with his wife Roberta Colasanti.

Haverhill House is the umbrella to imprints Twisted Publishing, Mystical Words, and forthcoming imprints YAP (Young Adult Press) and YAP jr. (children titles), and Sophic Press (tentative).

Thank you so much for joining us for a blog interview, John! What inspired you to open Haverhill House Publishing? What is the story behind forming a small press?

There are many reasons, foremost my love of words, books, and knowledge. I originally opened Bradford House Publishing with the Twisted Publishing imprint. A series of unfortunate events caused its early demise, but left me with the longing to create and publish more. A divorce ruling made it impossible for me to use Bradford House again, so Haverhill House was born. Twisted, being an imprint, was allowed to continue. The beauty of a small press is the freedom it allows to venture in different directions and to take risks without adhering to demands of the large presses. Their need for the best-sellers or big-name authors drastically narrows the window for exploration and causes redundancy. For example, how many Gone Girl clones popped up after Gillian Flynn’s big hit? How many apocalyptic series followed The Hunger Games craze, like Divergent and The Maze Runner? While any publisher (and author) would love a runaway best-seller, I appreciate the freedom of not having that demand hanging over me.

Being a small press allows the luxury of creating a gorgeous, high quality product that is seldom seen from the mass-produced book publisher, especially with limited editions. Twisted’s production of T. M. Wright’s Strange Seed was our first foray into limited editions. There were many lessons learned, but it was all top-quality material, and with the Rick Sardinah illustrations and the blind-stamped cloth cover boards, it was a beautiful book. Bo paperboards here.  And the Corinthian leather deluxe edition was absolutely gorgeous.

We have five limited editions planned this year.

  • “An Ocean Dark” – Christopher Golden
  • A yet unnamed collection of monster novellas from Brian Keene, Karen Koehler, Craig Shaw Gardner, Nicholas Kaufmann, and one more anonymous author.
  • “Cyclops Road” – Jeff Strand
  • And a two-volume non-genre specific project: Man/Woman

 

What kinds of books can readers expect from Haverhill House publishing? Now and upcoming?

Expect a very wide variety, hence the various imprints. The will be three memoirs, a volume of poetry (so far), a series of non-fiction titles “Historic Haverhill,” two children’s books, a YA, and a whole lot of fiction…mainstream, horror, fantasy, suspense, and more. Stay tuned.

 

What has been the biggest challenge you’ve faced becoming a publisher? How have you handled / are you handling that challenge?

Submissions. We have had a slew of submissions, but I’d estimate less than 10% are from woman, people of color, LGBT, or other diversities. One of the way’s I’ve handle this is that I’ve directly contacted some authors with very distinct voices who I feel will fit in well. Another way…[see the next question].

 

What dream project/s are you extra excited to be part of as a publisher, and why?

We are working on a limited edition two-volume (possibly four if one and two are well-received) project simply titled Man/Woman. The “Man” volume will be a non-genre specific collection of writings from a widely diverse selection of writers who are – or identify as – female, as will the “Woman” edition be written by a diverse selection of writers who are – or identify as – men. There is a lot more to this project, but I don’t want to ruin the surprise.  Just think of the possibilities.

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What would be the Haverhill House “manuscript wish list” for authors looking to work with you?

Foremost, Haverhill House and its imprints want unique voices writing in all genres. We are not only horror, as many suspect.

Helpful hint: Some of the editor’s favorite authors are John Irving, Margaret Atwood, Dennis Lehane, Cormac McCarthy, Ian McEwan, Lionel Shriver (read her!), Jonathan Carroll, Toni Morrison, Kit Reed, Chuck Palahniuk, and of course, Stephen King. 

We do not want splatter, gore, or tropes that are beat to death. Zombies, vampires, urban fantasy, and hard sci-fi will likely not be accepted.   

 

What is the most important lesson you’ve learned as a publisher that you’d share with others looking to go into publishing?

Ask me again in five years.

 

What is your favorite part as publisher in the life of a book from submission to final product?

Working with the author.

 

Thank you so much, John! For those of you interested in learning more about Haverhill House Publishing, check out their website www.haverhillhouse.com, or stop in TOMORROW, November, 25, from 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM to meet John and several of the Haverhill House authors. Support your local businesses and local authors this Small Business Saturday with Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester and Haverhill House Publishing!

 

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Holiday Gift-giving: Gift Certificates & Mail Order

Happy Holiday Shopping Guide, A LITTLE EARLY!! Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester, the “bigger on the inside” bookstore at 65 James Street, is happy to present our 2017 recommendations for gifts this year.

 

Too cold to leave the house?  Too hot to leave the house?   Recovering from illness, or just too busy to get to the bookstore?

At Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester, we’ve got several  solutions….

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…let us mail your purchases to you or your loved ones!

How To Order:

Here’s the short version:

Call us or e-mail us! We’re happy to help!

PHONE: 1-508-796-5613

E-MAIL ADDRESS: orders [at] anniesbooksworcester [dot] com.

WEBSITE: http://www.anniesbooksworcester.com

WHAT WE SELL: New and used books, DOCTOR WHO toys, magazines and merchandise, crafts by local artisans, greeting cards, audiobooks, and more

PAYMENT TYPES ACCEPTED: Check, money order, credit card, or PayPal

SHIPPING INFORMATION: We ship anywhere in the United States. Shipping via USPS Media Mail is a flat $4.50 whether it’s one book or ten books, and book purchases over $75.00 receive FREE shipping. Shipping via USPS Priority Mail will depend upon weight and size of order.

If it’s in stock, we’ll send it immediately on receipt of payment; if it’s out of stock, we can order it. We offer a search service for out-of-print titles as well.

We will happily send your in-stock items and your special orders using the same shipping terms… no hidden fees.

GIFT WRAPPING:  We will gift wrap 2 gifts per customer either in-store or by mail.

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For those of you who are not sure exactly what you want to get that special someone, we offer gift certificates in any denomination, which are available in-store or via mail.

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If you would like to see the long version of our Mail Order/Special Order page, please use the following URL:  http://anniesbooksworcester.com/MailOrder.html

Thank you for making Annie’s your neighborhood bookstore, and we wish you all a safe and happy holiday season!

 

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Kids and Teens Wednesday: Spotlight on Books by Godine Publishing

Happy Holiday Shopping Guide, A LITTLE EARLY!! Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester, the “bigger on the inside” bookstore at 65 James Street, is happy to present our 2017 recommendations for gifts this year.

We have recently received a number of frontlist and backlist titles from renowned publisher David R. Godine, and are proud to spotlight them in our children’s area.

If you’re looking for classics, there are the SWALLOWS AND AMAZONS series, the HANDY BOOK series, and even a few time-honoured tales in Latin.

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If you are more inclined towards fairytales and folk songs, there’s quite a few.

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And then there’s holiday fare from all around the world.

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We also have many other beautiful titles that would make marvelous gifts for yourself and the other bibliophiles in your life.

Thank you for making Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester your neighborhood bookstore, and we wish you all a safe and happy holiday season!

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DOCTOR WHO Trunk Sale!

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As a continuation of our annual celebration of the world’s longest-running science fiction serial, we’re offering a wide selection of DOCTOR WHO action figures for sale at the storefront, including many which have not been widely available for some years.

And don’t forget we have many other DOCTOR WHO toys and gift items for the upcoming winter holiday season!

Pens, journals and booklights for those of you trying to finish your NaNoWriMo word count…

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…And don’t forget the huggable monsters for the monsters in your own life!

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Here at our little bookstore that’s bigger on the inside, we look forward to continuing to be your headquarters for all your DOCTOR WHO needs.  Please stop by and visit us at 65 James Street and see what we’ve got for you!

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Events Buzz:

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Happy Thanksgiving week! First and foremost, thank you to ALL of you for your continued support and love for our little “bigger on the inside” bookstore! Independent bookstores need your love to succeed, and we appreciate all you give us. May all of you in the U.S. have a wonderful holiday this week, with safe travel, where you’re surrounded by loving people.

Also, since holiday shopping season really kicks off after Thanksgiving, we’re gearing up to help you with your gift-giving needs. We have gift certificates available—and those really are a “one size fits all” gift. And then, starting December 1, we’ll be hosting daily blogs for some of our favorite and special items that we think you—and your gift recipients—would also love.

We had a wonderful time with all of you who came out to our Annual Doctor Who Celebration this Saturday! It was a grand time, and we had a lot of fun. In fact… we are thinking we might do something extra in summer, so keep an eye out! Also, we DO have our monthly Doctor Who Discussion Nights, so you can feed your Whovian hearts regularly!

Oh… and here’s a heads up: Watch our blog Tuesday, November 21 for a very special SALE announcement regarding our ongoing Doctor Who Collectibles TRUNK SALE!

We also thank our friends who came out this Sunday for our Rainbow Readers LGBTQIA Book Group! It was a different time and date than the usual meetings, but we still had a lot of fun.

As a reminder, Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester IS CLOSED on Thursday, November 23, in observance of Thanksgiving! Again, we wish all our friends and family in the U.S. a safe and wonderful holiday!

We are open again for our regular hours, 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM, on Friday, November 24.

AND THEN, the following Saturday, November 25, from 12:00 – 6:00 PM, we are celebrating Small Business Saturday with Haverhill House Publishing!

This year, ABSW partners with Haverhill House Publishing, a local publishing house who has put out books by many of our local author friends. This Saturday, join publisher John McIlveen and authors Bracken MacLeod, Tony Tremblay, James A. Moore, Matt Bechtel, as they read, sign, and answer questions about their work!

Money spent at local small businesses get returned to the community over and over; supporting small business means supporting the dreams of your neighbors. Small businesses, in return, help you get the most personalized and unique gifts for your loved ones this holiday season.

Signed and personalized books make wonderful holiday gifts, and the readings will give you a taste of the author’s flavor to make sure it’s just right for your gift.  Small Business Saturday gives people the chance to support their communities—doubly so with ABSW. Not only are shoppers supporting the local bookstore, but they are also supporting local authors and artists.

And next week, for anyone scurrying to finish up their NaNoWriMo projects, we’ll have tables and quiet space set up ALL DAYon Thursday, November 30, for Come Write In! We even have coffee and tea to fuel our novelists!

Also, because we love you and are thankful to you, our customers, here’s a look at December!

Sunday, December 3, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Mindful for the Holidays, exercises for kids and parents to keep cool this holiday season.

Need something to lessen the stress this holiday season? For you and your children? Join ABSW as we practice some mindful techniques with Mindful Kids activity deck author and mindfulness practicioner Whitney Stewart.

Thursday, December 7, 7:00 PM – Spicy Romance for the Holidays with Cecilia Tan.

NEW LISTING: Saturday, December 9, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Make Way for Nancy Schön, Artist, Sculptor, Author.

Saturday, December 16, 6:00 – 8:00 PM – Rainbow Readers Discuss Harem Master by Megan Derr.

Aaaaaand… here’s a peak at some of our 2018 events that we are also excited about!

Saturday, January 6, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Maureen Boyle, Shallow Graves, and the New Bedford Serial Killer

Saturday, January 13, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Cullen Murphy presents Cartoon Country

Tuesday, February 6, Time TBA – Les Johnson, NASA Engineer and SF Author

As a reminder, here are our regular events…

Spinning Yarns Craft and Audiobook Social, every Monday 7:00 PM (except for when the Free People’s Artists Workshop meets the fourth Monday of the month). Bring a craft and enjoy an audiobook or audio drama with other crafty booklovers!

The Free People’s Artists Workshop, the fourth Monday of each month from 7:00-9:00 PM. Networking and feedback from other artists and creators of all types. Co-sponsored by the Worcester County Poetry Association. Next meeting is November 27.

Doctor Who Discussion Nights, the third Thursday of every month from 7:00 – 8:00 PM. Join us for a discussion of our favorite science fiction series. Next meeting is December 21. “Christmas Specials.”

The Rainbow Readers of Massachusetts is an LGBTQIA book club that will meet once a month, usually on the third Saturdays, from 6:00-8:00 PM. Next meeting December 16.

As always, keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.

If you had a great time shopping or at any event at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester at our 65 James Street location, you can leave us a review on TripAdvisor or leave us a review on Yelp.

 

May your world be filled with wonderful words!

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Author Spotlight: Tony Tremblay

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Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is especially happy to shine the Friday Spotlight on Tony Tremblay, long-time friend and supporter of the bookstore and the New England horror community.  For seven years, Tony reviewed horror fiction for Horrorworld and Cemetery Dance Magazine under the pen name T.T. Zuma. After all that time, he thought he’d give writing his own fiction a thought. Heartened by the response to his first few stories, he continued onward and now has a collection of short stories, The Seeds of Nightmares, and a novella, “Steel.” He’s also in several anthologies, and he’ll have a novel, The Moore House releasing soon.

Tony, along with several other horror and thriller authors of Haverhill House Publishing, will be at the store for Small Business Saturday, on Saturday, November 25, from 12:00 – 6:00 PM. Join us at 65 James Street for a day full of readings, signings, Q&A, and more!

Thank you so much for joining us, Tony! For readers unfamiliar with your work, how would you describe what you write?  What can readers expect from your work?

I am primarily a writer of horror fiction, but I do have a number of stories that would include dark fantasy. My novella, “Steel,” is a post-apocalyptic tale of young people attempting to survive in a world full of monsters, and a “hole” would be a good example of my dark fantasy roots. The upcoming novel, The Moore House is straight out horror, dealing with ex-nuns, a hypersexualized priest, and demons.  

 

What was the inspiration for The Moore House? What were the steps you took to bring it from initial inspiration to the finished book?

I attended the River City Writers course on Writing Better Fiction. I had dinner with one of the organizers, James A Moore, and I confessed I had not thought about writing a novel and did not have any ideas. He asked me what have I always wanted to write. I answered with, “a haunted house.”  He then told me that was what my new novel was going to be about, a haunted house.

 

What draws you to the particular genre or style that you write? What do you think draws readers to these kinds of books?

I’ve been reading horror since I was around ten years old. It started with the Bible and progressed to Poe, Grant, King, and the indie writers of this generation. Like myself, I think readers want to escape into another world, to get away from the mundane, and maybe even the horrors of everyday life. We want to be entertained, and for some of us, that means going places we, hopefully, would never go to on our own.

 

What is your favorite part of being a writer?  Of the whole writing and publishing process?  What do you think has been your greatest lesson in the journey thus far?

Affirmation is the best part. Nothing better than someone telling you one of your stories resonated with them on some level. The second best part is hanging around with other writers, doesn’t matter the genre. The greatest lesson? Let a professional edit your work.

 

What piece of advice would you want to share with other writers?

Two things. First, heed what I learned, let someone who knows what they are doing edit your work. Second, be as original as you can.

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How important has the New England setting been to your writing?

I think every story I have written takes place in New England. I live here, and I am comfortable with describing it. It’s home for me, and nothing is more frightening than a home invasion.

 

What piece of advice would you want to share with other writers?

Read as much as you can. Read outside your genre also. Absorb what you read.

 

What question do you wish interviewers would ask you, and what would the answer be?

Are the rumors of a love relationship with you and Uma Thurman true?  I would answer with a “no comment.”

 

What else can we expect from you in the near future?

I am working on a short novella called, “What Does It Mean To Be A Woman?” If it’s accepted, it should be published late in 2018.

 

What is/are your passions when you’re not writing? How do you make time for your non-writing hobbies/things you love?

I really enjoy woodworking in the colder months. I love taking distressed wood from old pallets and turning them into holiday ornaments. In the summer months, I enjoy gardening.

 

What are some of your writing-related hobbies, crafts, addictions?

If I have any writing related addiction, it’s attending the Necon writers conference in July. Talking with so many other writers and fans of the genre is like Christmas for me.

 

What does your writing space look like? What do you need to have around you while writing or editing?

I have a den. It holds my books, my music, and my computer. The only other thing I require when I’m writing is absolute silence.

 

What is one thing that most people don’t realize about you?

I have lived a very interesting life. I don’t share those details with many people.

 

What has been your favorite adventure during your writing career?

I’ll go back to Necon. Meeting Rick Hautala at my first Necon and then connecting with him over the years has been a highlight. The same with meeting Tom Piccrilli and Gerard Houaner at Mocon. Those two gentlemen changed my life for the better.

 

While you’re writing, do you prefer music, silence, other? Please elaborate!

I need silence. The door to my den is closed. No interruptions at all.

 

Writers very often have furry or feathered or otherwise non-human companions to “help” them through their work.  Do you? What do you have? How do they “help” (or, “not-help”) with your writing?

No. I find everything outside my head to be a distraction. I get angry when I have to go to the bathroom.

 

Do you have any favorite foods or drinks that must be in the vicinity (or must be avoided) while you’re writing or editing a piece of work?

No. I don’t eat at all while writing. I might have a drink of water or a scotch, but that seldom happens.

 

What do you consider the most challenging part of the writing process? And how do you overcome that?

The editing. I constantly edit while I’m writing. It slows me down, but I can’t stop doing it.

 

What is the greatest lesson you’ve learned, thus far, in your writing career?

Be original. Stay true to your voice.

 

Are there any groups, clubs, or organizations that you would recommend to other writers that have helped you in your career?

I tell everyone that asks to join a writers group. Check with your local library or on line to find one. If there isn’t one, start one. Go to your local library and ask if they will host a writers group.

 

Where can people find your work? (Besides ABSW ;)–though they should totally check here first!)

My collection of short stories, The Seeds of Nightmares, is available on Amazon. “Steel,” my novella, is also available on Amazon in the collection, Triplicity. I will have a novel entitled, The Moore House, out soon.

 

How can we follow your work, share your awesomeness, or otherwise stalk you in a very non-creepy way?

Friends, fans, or those that are curious can always find me on Facebook via Tony Tremblay. I also have a television show I host along with Sydney Leigh, and Phil Perron called The Taco Society Presents that covers the horror genre and you can watch episodes on You Tube.

 

Thank you so much for joining us for our Friday Spotlight, Tony! We look forward to having you and the Haverhill House Publishing family at our store for Small Business Saturday, on November 25, from 12:00 – 6:00 PM!

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Events Buzz: Events Across Time and Space

Thank you to everyone who came out and made this weekend of events extra fabulous! We had a wonderful time with our special guests Ellen Wittlinger, Heidi Stemple, and Jane Yolen! If you didn’t make it out, there are still a few books left from each of the authors, signed.

Signed books make beautiful holiday presents or Thanksgiving gifts—and they don’t require you to wake up early and brave crowds on Black Friday. Just stop into our cozy nook of a bookstore that’s “bigger on the inside” at 65 James Street. Besides the authors we hosted this past weekend, we have many other special, signed copies of books to fit the needs of the readers in your life!

Of course—there’s still more happening this month that you might want to come in for, too!

Take a look!

THIS THURSDAY, November 16, 12:00 PM – 6:00 PM – Come Write In!

Are you doing NaNoWriMo? Want to take a stab at writing 50k words in the month of November? Join us in our cozy bookstore to do just that!

THIS SATURDAY, November 18, ALL DAY – Annual Doctor Who Celebration.

hosts their annual Doctor Who celebration on Saturday November 18, all day, just in time for the winter holidays. Take advantage of one-day-only in-store special sales including 10% off on Doctor Who audio dramas, 20% off on all magazines, and 70% off on selected Blake’s 7 audio titles from B7 Media.

The day will include trivia contests, costume contests, door prizes, and more!

THIS SUNDAY, at the special date and time of November 19, 3:00 – 5:00, Rainbow Readers discusses Soldier’s Scoundrel by Cat Sebastian.

Jack Turner grew up in the darkness of London’s slums, born into a life of crime and willing to do anything to keep his belly full and his siblings safe. Now he uses the tricks and schemes of the underworld to help those who need the kind of assistance only a scoundrel can provide. His distrust of the nobility runs deep and his services do not extend to the gorgeous high-born soldier who personifies everything Jack will never be.

After the chaos of war, Oliver Rivington craves the safe predictability of a gentleman’s life-one that doesn’t include sparring with a ne’er-do-well who flouts the law at every turn. But Jack tempts Oliver like no other man has before. Soon his yearning for the unapologetic criminal is only matched by Jack’s pleasure in watching his genteel polish crumble every time they’re together.
And later in November…

Saturday, November 25, 12:00 – 6:00 PM – Small Business Saturday with Haverhill House Publishing.

Support Massachusetts authors and publishers by supporting your local bookstore this holiday season! A gift of books is a gift of making all sorts of dreams come true.

Thursday, November 30, 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM – Come Write In!

Also, because we love you and are thankful to you, our customers, here’s a look at December!

Sunday, December 3, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Mindful for the Holidays, exercises for kids and parents to keep cool this holiday season.

NEW LINK: Thursday, December 7, 7:00 PM – Spicy Romance for the Holidays with Cecilia Tan.

Saturday, December 16, 6:00 – 8:00 PM – Rainbow Readers Discuss Harem Master by Megan Derr.

Aaaaaand… here’s a peak at some of our 2018 events that we are also excited about!

Saturday, January 6, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Maureen Boyle, Shallow Graves, and the New Bedford Serial Killer

Saturday, January 13, 1:00 – 3:00 PM – Cullen Murphy presents Cartoon Country

Tuesday, February 6, Time TBA – Les Johnson, NASA Engineer and SF Author

As a reminder, here are our regular events…

Spinning Yarns Craft and Audiobook Social, every Monday 7:00 PM (except for when the Free People’s Artists Workshop meets the fourth Monday of the month). Bring a craft and enjoy an audiobook or audio drama with other crafty booklovers!

The Free People’s Artists Workshop, the fourth Monday of each month from 7:00-9:00 PM. Networking and feedback from other artists and creators of all types. Co-sponsored by the Worcester County Poetry Association. Next meeting is November 27.

Doctor Who Discussion Nights, the third Thursday of every month from 7:00 – 8:00 PM. Join us for a discussion of our favorite science fiction series. We will not have a specific Doctor Who Discussion Night in November due to our Annual Doctor Who Celebration.

The Rainbow Readers of Massachusetts is an LGBTQIA book club that will meet once a month, usually on the third Saturdays, from 6:00-8:00 PM. Next meeting, special day and time, November 19, 3:00 – 5:00.

As always, keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for the most up-to-date information.

If you had a great time shopping or at any event at Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester at our 65 James Street location, you can leave us a review on TripAdvisor or leave us a review on Yelp.

 

May your world be filled with wonderful words!

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