Considering this website is the “ramblings that keep me out of jail” and I rarely ramble about anything, you’d think I’d be in jail by now. I’m just not as delinquent as I thought.
This weekend, June 14th, is the Grove City Wine & Arts Festival. I’ll be there all day selling and signing copies of Necromancer and Men of Five. I’ll also have copies of several anthologies featuring my short stories and I even have some CDs left from my solo spots on The Wicked Library.
If you’re not sure what to expect, here’s what Grove City has to say about the festival: “Wine and art: significations of the finer things in life. Both can be enjoyed in the relaxed charm of the historical Grove City Town Center at their Wine and Arts Festival, June 14, 11 am to 10 pm. Twelve Ohio wineries, including Grove City’s own Plum Run Winery, will offer samples of their various vintages, and guests can find a new favorite beverage or get-away spot. The wineries will be complimented by many artists and artisans as they create wine-related treasures. Guests can expect everything from custom-made wooden furniture, to fine art, to vintage pieces in a juried show.”
So come on down and see me and the other artists (Violet Patterson and Tony Acree among them), have some wine, buy a good book, and relax!