LESLEY KAGEN IN CONVERSATION WITH WENDY WEBB- VIRTUAL AUTHOR EVENT
Virtual Author Event
in conversation with
Tuesday, October 27
Lesley Kagen, author of Every Now and Then, will be in conversation with Wendy Webb, author of The Haunting of Brynn Wilder (coming out 11/01/2020- preorder today!)
The last time these two bookstore friends were at Books & Company the conversation was filled with stories, laughter, and lots of insight. Join us for a virtual conversation to celebrate the release of Lesley Kagen's new book, Every Now and Then and to hear a bit about Wendy Webb's forthcoming novel The Haunting of Brynn Wilder.
The summer of 1960 was the hottest ever for Summit, Wisconsin. For kids seeking relief from the heat, there was a creek to be swum in, sprinklers to run through, and ice cream at Whitcomb’s Drugstore. But for Frankie, Viv, and Biz, eleven-year-old best friends, it would forever be remembered as the summer that evil paid a visit to their small town. Six decades later, Biz reflects on the impact of that summer and how it continually shaped her life. Every Now and Then, is a story about the ties that bind us, the timelessness of grief and guilt–and the everlasting hope for redemption.
Lesley Kagen is a multi-award-winning, New York Times bestselling author of nine previous novels, an actress, voice-over-talent, sought-after speaker, child advocate, student storyteller, and writing instructor. The mother of two and grandmother of two, she lives in a hundred and fifty year old farmhouse in a small town in Wisconsin.
Wendy Webb is the bestselling, multiple-award-winning author of five novels of gothic suspense, including Daughters of the Lake, The Vanishing, The Fate of Mercy Alban, The Tale of Halcyon Crane, and The End of Temperance Dare, which has been optioned for both TV and film. Her books are sold worldwide and have been translated into seven languages. Dubbed Queen of the Northern Gothic by reviewers, Wendy sets her stories on the windswept, rocky shores of the Great Lakes. Wendy lives with a good dog in Minneapolis, where she is at work on her next novel. For more information visit http: //wendykwebb.com.