Monday, December 9, 2013

Save the Date: Another "Souper" Book Signing at Main Street Books in St. Charles

On Saturday, December 14, 2013, seven local writers will participate in the fifth Annual “Chicken Soup for the Soul, Canned Soup for the Body” Book Signing.

The "sole" location for this year's "souper" signing will be back to where it all began at Main Street Books, 307 South Main Street in St. Charles, hosted once again by Vicki Erwin, from 11 a.m. till 5 p.m.

Customers who bring in canned goods, which will be donated to area food pantries, will receive 20% off their entire purchase that day.

The following is the schedule of the featured Chicken Soup contributors: 
 
11 a.m. till 1 p.m. -  Cathi LaMarche and Nina Miller

1 p.m. till 3 p.m. - Linda O’Connell, Theresa Sanders, and T’Mara Goodsell

3 p.m. till 5 p.m.  -   Beth M. Wood and Sioux Roslawski

For directions to Main Street Books, call Vicki Erwin, 636-949-0105.

11 comments:

  1. You Eastern Missouri gals are burning up the pages! Good job. Wish I were closer...I do LOVE this book store.

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  2. Thank you so much, Donna, for this "souper" post! You are a real sweetheart and a great friend. Hope to see you on Saturday!

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  3. Hi Claudia,
    I wish you were closer, too!

    Hi Theresa,
    I am going to do my best to make it Saturday afternoon.

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  4. I'm planning to stop by for a spoonful of joy!

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  5. Thanks so much for helping us get word out, Donna!

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  6. It's definitely a fun (and worthwhile) event.

    Pat
    Critter Alley

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  7. Thank you Donna for everything you do!

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  8. Donna--Thanks for this meaty and filling post. (Sorry. Teri beat me to "souper.") Really, thank you for the PR. The more canned food we collect and the more books we sell, the bigger success the day will be.

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  9. Looking forward to seeing all my writer friends!

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  10. I hope we don't get the snowy weather the *prognosticators* are talking about! I've got about four things going on that day, but hopefully will be able to stop by. (BTW, I'd never heard of that *BIG* word until I saw "Groundhog Day" for the first of a zillion times! I loved the sound of it and had to look it up for the exact meaning, thinking it surely had something to do with predictions!)

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  11. Boo. I live too far. But lots of good thoughts are going up North. :)

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