A Busy June

The Mets will have a busy June, and so will I.   June and December are the biggest months for the sale of sports books.

If you don’t mind, I’d like to mention that I will almost certainly be making an appearance somewhere near you in the next month.  If you’d like to meet me, hear me read from and talk about my books, or get an inscribed and discounted copy of either of them, I will be appearing at the following venues in the month of June:

June 3 – 7 pm        Wethersfield Public Library, Wethersfield, Connecticut

June 8 – 7pm         Floral Park Public Library, Floral Park, Long Island

June 14 – 7 pm      East 4th Street Kensington-Windsor Terrace Veterans’ Memorial Garden (Located on East 4th Street between Ft. Hamilton Parkway and Caton Avenue in Brooklyn)

June 15 – 7 pm      North Arlington Public Library, North Arlington, New Jersey

June 17 – 7pm       Barnes and Noble’s, Manhasset, Long Island

June 21 – 7 pm      Milford Public Library, Milford, Connecticut

June 30 – 7:30 pm  Northport-East Northport Public Library, East Northport, Long Island

I will also be offering, for the entire month of June, my Father’s Day Special.  If you’d like to give a dad a very personally inscribed copy of either of my books for Father’s Day, just e-mail me at danaabrand@yahoo.com.  Tell me a few things about the dad’s Mets fandom (that I can use in my inscription) and give me your address.  I will send you my address to which you can send a check for $17.50 per book, which covers everything including postage.  I will get his personal copy in the mail to you as soon as I have your e-mail.  Please note that this offer applies to both Mets Fan and The Last Days of Shea.  The price for the inscribed book is therefore the same as an uninscribed Last Days of Shea from Amazon, and you get an enormous discount from me off of Amazon’s price for  Mets Fan (I’m passing on the author’s discount because I want more people to know about Mets Fan, which deals with being a Mets fan from 1962 to 2006).

So, as they say, enough about me.  I’ll be back to blogging about the Mets in the next few days.

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