On Tuesday, June 8 the Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County hosts Ohio author Mindy McGinnis at Kiwanis Pavilion in Ariel Foundation Park.
Mindy McGinnis is “an Edgar-Award-winning novelist who writes across multiple genres, including post-apocalyptic, historical, thriller, contemporary, mystery, and fantasy.” Ms. McGinnis will read from Heroine, her novel about a teen struggling with addiction. She’ll also talk about her life as a writer, and sign books for fans. The event runs from 4 pm-5 pm, is free and open to the public. Free copies of Heroine are available at all PLMVKC branches while supplies last, as part of the “Teen Talk Book Club” series. Teens who need transportation can contact firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for complimentary KAT transit passes.
More information about the author is available on her website, https://www.mindymcginnis.com/ and additional event details are available on the Library’s Literary and Writing page at https://www.knox.net/literary-writing.html. The Kiwanis Pavilion is located in Ariel Foundation Park, 511 S. Norton Street, Mount Vernon, Ohio 43050. It is fully ADA accessible, adjacent to parking and restroom facilities. For more information about this event or the Teen Talk Book Club, please contact Jamie Lyn Smith-Fletcher at email@example.com or by calling (740) 392-BOOK ext 259.