Apostrophe Books Hosts Local Author Sundays

Explore stories with the authors who wrote them Sundays at Apostrophe Books in Belmont Shore.


Apostrophe Books is hosting a book signing for three area authors Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. as part of its new Local Author Open Table Sundays.

Delve into the pages of books ranging from self-help to science-fiction/fantasy with the writers themselves, who will be onhand to discuss and sign copies of their latest works outside the book store, located at 4712 2nd St. in Belmont Shore. 

The afternoon of literary reverence begins at noon with Jack Roberts, who will share insights about his book, The Science of Affirmations. Employing a step-by-step methodology in the use of affirmations, Roberts shows how to utilize them to achieve desired results.

Roberts will be followed from 2-4 p.m. by Sally Rice as she divulges details about her memoir,

It’s a heartfelt personal account of her own spiritual journey as a mother of three children, one of whom--Sarah Rice--has achieved reality TV stardom with appearances on MTV’s Real World Brooklyn and The Challenge, which has a new season due to premiere this fall.

Wrapping up the event from 4-6 p.m. is Steve Bramble, author of Grid City Overload. Bramble’s work “is a futuristic, fantastical imagining of humanity struggling to adjust to the end of the Information/Technology Era," as described on Apostrophe Books' web site.  

"Full of rich, quirky characters and set in a thrilling, sprawling city that is both strange and familiar, Grid City Overload is a fast-paced exploration of the paper-thin boundaries between reality and technology,” according to Apostrophe Books.

A locally-owned book store, Apostrophe Books welcomes any writers interested in participating in Open Table Sundays to swing by the store for an informational packet.

Additionally, the store regularly hosts events, offers coupons on their web site, sells books discounted from their regular listing prices and will special order titles not included on their shelves free of charge. 

For more information, click here, email them at apostrophebooks@verizon.net or call them at (562) 438-7950.


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