THIRD THURSDAY MUSIC AND A SUNSET!

IMG_4087Project Mojo will be playing in front of the shop tonight from 6:30 – 9:00 during Third Thursday Music and a Sunset! 

Also, Bob Hasman, local author of the Perry Books will be here to sign your copy of “Perry Goes to the County Fair!”. 

The shop will be open, so stop on in and say hi!

 

LOCAL AUTHOR BOOK SIGNING TODAY!

IMG_9412Bob Hasman, local author of the Perry Books will be at the shop TODAY from 1pm – 3pm to sign your copy of “Perry Goes to the County Fair!”. 

If you don’t have a copy, not to worry – “Perry Goes to the County Fair!” is available for sale at Burning River Boutique. 

“Perry Goes To Hollywood” and “Perry Goes Camping” are also available here at the shop! 

 

THIRD THURSDAY MUSIC AND A SUNSET!

IMG_4087Project Mojo will be playing in front of the shop tonight from 6:30 – 9:00 during Third Thursday Music and a Sunset! 

Also, Bob Hasman, local author of the Perry Books will be here to sign your copy of “Perry Goes to the County Fair!”. 

The shop will be open, so stop on in and say hi!

 

Lara Lillibridge ~ Author

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                                                                                                          Lara Lillibridge lives in Cleveland, Ohio.  She holds an MFA from West Virginia Wesleyan College and in 2016, won Slippery Elm Literary Jornal’s Prose Contest, and The American Literary Review’s Contest in Nonfiction.
“When she’s not writing, Lillibridge can be found shivering in a hockey arena or getting sunburned at the baseball field.  She still doesn’t vacuum very often, but luckily she’s nearsighted enough not to notice”.

 

 

 

Don Hilton ~ Author

Don Hilton was raised in a small town in northwest Pennsylvania by a family of “unapologetic storytellers” and was never quite sure if the tales he heard were true.

His life has been a broad mix of experiences; boat pilot, lab techniciaIMG_5362n, sweetheart, husband, post-graduate research fellow, geologist, statistician, teacher, stand-up comedian, computer support analyst, father, martial arts instructor, freelance writer, and author.

According to Don, he’s done lots of dumb things that should have “killed him dead”.

The constant in Don’s life has been his storytelling.  He claims that he’s still not as good as the old folks he used to listen to, but that he’s getting there.

Follow Don on Face Book and visit his website .