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Fall Into Romance, October 7, Hockessin Book Shelf, Delaware

YOU Are Invited!

Join NYT best-selling author Mariah Stewart and best-selling, award-winning authors Adele Downs and Judi Fennell for a casual discussion about romance novels, a book signing, and refreshments at the Hockessin Book Shelf in Hockessin, Delaware on October 7, 2015. I have it on good authority there will be wine. And appetizers! Did I mention wine? And, of course, books offered for your reading pleasure.

Mariah Stewart will chat about her Chesapeake Diaries series, Judi Fennell will discuss her Manley Maids, and Adele Downs will offer her new contemporary romance Lip Service.

Please call the Hockessin Book Shelf to reserve your seat. There will also be tickets available at the door.

Mariah, Judi, and I hope to see you there!

~Best, Adele

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Contemporary Romance Night at Lady Jane’s Salon Philly @LadyJanesPhilly

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The consensus of book lovers who attended Contemporary Romance Night at Lady Jane’s Salon Philly was, “We had fun!”

Despite torrential rain with heavy downpours and street flooding, romance lovers turned out for an evening with authors Susan Scott Shelley, Judi Fennell, and Adele Downs at Main Point Books in Bryn Mawr, PA and gave us a warm welcome. Susan read from her book Rekindled, Adele read from Lip Service, and Judi read from What A Woman Wants. We sipped wine, nibbled chocolate, gave away prizes, and had lots of laughs despite the weather.

From Left to Right: Susan Scott Shelley, Adele Downs, Judi Fennell

From Left to Right:
Susan Scott Shelley, Adele Downs,
Judi Fennell

Some of the guests at Lady Jane's Salon Philly

Some of the guests at Lady Jane’s Salon Philly

Susan Scott Shelley, author and one of three founders of Lady Jane's Salon Philly with visiting author Ursula LeCoeur

Susan Scott Shelley, author and one of three founders of Lady Jane’s Salon Philly, with visiting author Ursula LeCoeur

Proceeds from the event benefitted the Center for Literacy, Philadelphia.

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