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February Events

Saturday February 3: TNEBS welcomes local author Julia Duin and her book “In the House of the Serpent Handler” at 2 p.m. Julia will do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of her book. For more information about Julia and her work, visit http://www.juliaduin.com/ and please stop by to meet Julia!

Sunday February 4: The Neverending Bookshop’s Sci-Fi/Fantasy book group will meet at 2 p.m. to discuss “Artemis” by Andy Weir. Please join us!

Saturday February 10: The bookshop’s new romance book group, Romantic Endeavors, will being meeting at 11 a.m. for the first time! We’re reading “Staying at Daisy’s” by Jill Mansell. Stop in to join us and help form this fun new group!

Wednesday February 14: This group meeting, at 6 p.m., with complete our first audiobook, “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern as read by Jim Dale. We left off at “Incendiary” at our last meeting for those of you following along. We’ll be picking our next audiobook at the next meeting (details to come!).

Saturday February 17:  At 2 p.m. TNEBS welcomes local author Paul Boulet and his book “The Serial Murders of Mars”, a steampunk thriller. Paul will do a reading, answer questions about his work, and sign copies for readers. Stop in to learn more about Paul and his work!

Sunday February 18: In Someone Else’s Shoes will meet to discuss “Celia’s Song” by Lee Maracle. This novel follows the story of Mink, a shapeshifter, and Celia, a seer, as they navigate through the world. Please join us to discuss this amazing book!

Wednesday February 28: The TNEBS audiobook craft group will meet and choose a new audiobook! The group will choose from these four selections: “The Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie” by Alan Bradley, “Strange the Dreamer” by Laini Taylor, “The Samurai’s Garden” by Gail Tsukiyama, and “Ready Player One” by Ernest Cline. Feel free to join us!

March Events

Sunday March 4: The TNEBS Sci-Fi/Fantasy book group will be meeting at 2 p.m. to discuss “The Power” by Naomi Alderman. This book has won multiple awards and should be fun to discuss. Stop in to join us and help us pick our next book!

Saturday March 10: The Romantic Endeavors book group will meet at 11 a.m. to discuss “Sundays at Tiffany’s” by James Patterson and Gabrielle Charbonnet. Please join us!

Saturday March 10: TNEBS welcomes local graphic artists and writers Stephen Crowe and Melanie Amaral with their work “The City” at 2 p.m. “The City” is a graphic novel that follows characters in a European city post World War I. Stephen and Melanie will discuss their work, do a reading, and sign copies of their books. For more information about Stephen and Melanie and their work, visit http://thecity.invisibledot.net/.

Saturday March 17: Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the bookshop! All books with green covers are 25% off, with extra points given for green beards and hair!

Saturday March 24: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Rae Rankin with her book “Cowgirl Lessons.” Starting at 2 p.m., she will do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of her work for readers. This is the perfect event for some of our littler customers as well! For more information about Rae and her work, visit www.raerankin.com.

Saturday March 31: The Neverending Bookshop is thrilled to welcome local artist and illustrator Roy DeLeon at 2 p.m. with his first book “The Pope’s Cat”. Roy will talk about the creation of the book and sign copies. Please come join us to learn more about Roy and “The Pope’s Cat”!

April Events

Sunday April 8: Join us to discuss “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeline L’Engle AND “Dealing with Dragons” by Patricia C. Wrede! The group decided to read two shorter novels in March than one novel. We’re excited to chat about these books and welcome all to join!

Saturday April 21: The Neverending Bookshop welcomes local author Gregg Sapp at 2 p.m. with his book “Fresh News Straight From Heaven”, a retelling of Johnny Appleseed’s tale. Gregg will do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of his book. For more information about Gregg and his writing, visit http://sappgregg.net/. See you at the bookshop!