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Author Booksigning Event

Posted by Amanda on


We love events at the Raging Wool Shop - and we can't wait to tell you about our next one: We are hosting author Terri DuLong at the shop on Saturday, May 30 from 2-4 p.m. where she'll sign copies of her last book in her Cedar Key series, "Farewell to Cedar Key." 

Author Terri DuLong Booksigning Event At the Raging Wool Shop in Pembroke Pines Florida

DuLong is a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author, and many of her books have a knitting theme to them, complete with pattern on the last page! Another exciting feature to this event is that you'll be able to enter for a chance to win her entire Cedar Key series - that's all six books.

We will have a few copies "Farewell to Cedar Key" on-hand for you to purchase at the shop on the 30th, but they're on a first-come, first-served basis (more on that below).  If you already have "Farewell to Cedar Key" on your bookshelf, feel free to bring your own copy, too!

We'll have refreshments and snacks on hand - and DuLong will talk about her books, what's next for her writing, and of course, her love of knitting.

You can RSVP here.

Author Terri DuLong Booksigning at the Raging Wool Yarn Shop

Housekeeping details:

  • To purchase your copy of "Farewell to Cedar Key" through the shop, call us at 1-888-509-1364 or come into the shop before May 23 so we can pre-order it for you and have it waiting for you on the day of the event. We will have a few on-hand the day of the book signing, but they are first-come, first-serve.
  • You'll be able to enter for a chance to win all six of DuLong's Cedar Key series books, and the titles are:
    • Spinning Forward (released Nov. 2009)
    • Casting About (2010)
    • Sunrise on Cedar Key (2011)
    • Postcards from Cedar Key (2012)
    • Secrets on Cedar Key (2013)
    • Farewell to Cedar Key (2014)
  • You can find out more about Terri DuLong at her Web site here.

We're so excited to have Terri at the shop, and hope to see lots of excited knitters and readers here on the 30th. 

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