Mary Lawson Book Release Event

Thursday, March 18th  7 pm EST
via Zoom conferencing
Moderator: Tara Roy-DiClemente
We are delighted to announce that the Friends of the East Gwillimbury Library will be hosting virtual “Book Chats” starting on March 18 with Mary Lawson.  Mary is a New York Times bestselling author and is well known for her novels set in northern Ontario.  Her debut novel was Crow Lake and it has been almost a decade since she wrote Road Ends.
This February she is launching A Town Called Solace which is set in northern Ontario and is a beautifully written, masterful, suspenseful and deeply humane novel. The story is told through three distinct, compelling voices, cutting back and forth to carefully uncover the layers of grief, remorse, and love that connect families –  both the ones we’re born into and the ones we choose.  Mary Lawson will be joining us from her home in London , England and the discussion will be expertly guided by moderator Councillor Tara Roy-DiClemente.
The cost to access the event link is $10. If you wish to access the link and pre-order a copy of A Town Called Solace, the cost is $35.00 which includes a signed book plate. (The book retails for $32.) You must be able to pick up your copy through curbside service at either the Holland Landing or Mount Albert branch of the EGPL.
To register and pay for the event link only please click the secure link below.  Payment is by credit card through the Square site.
Event Only

To register for the event link and the book  A Town Called Solace please click the following secure link.
Event Plus Book

Of course you may send a cheque payable to Friends of the East Gwillimbury Library for either option and mail it to:
PO Box 1701
Holland Landing ON
L9N 1P2
If you have questions about registration or payment you may email us at
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Feel free to pass this email on to anyone else who might be interested.  We can accommodate many people from any location through this virtual book chat.  The event will last 45 to 60 minutes.  The Zoom link will be emailed to you just prior to the event.
We are very excited about this new venture and hope you will be too. Please plan to join us. 
Friends of the East Gwillimbury Library