An Evening with Meghan MacLean Weir

An Evening with Meghan MacLean Weir

Cabot Street Books

One of my favorite perks of being a bookseller is when publishers host dinner parties as a chance to introduce a book and an author. They're really special experiences and I wanted to bring that to my readers.

With that said, we're thrilled to be hosting an evening reception with Meghan MacLean Weir, author of The Book of Essie.

The evening will be a ticketed after-hours event, with guests enjoying a short reading, followed by a chance to enjoy light refreshments and conversation with the author. It promises to be an opportunity to have a more personal experience than a regular event.


Tickets are limited will include admission to the event, including refreshments, and a copy of the new paperback edition of the book.

$35.00
SKU: 06062019

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HAPPENINGS

                                                                                                                

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