Friday Morning Bookclub

May 18, 2012

Join Me At The Gaithersburg Book Festival….May 19th!

Filed under: Literary Tidbits — susanbright @ 10:45 am

Yes, tomorrow is the Gaithersburg book fair! I have been going for the last couple of years and if the weather is nice, which it should be, it is a a wonderful way to spend a Saturday afternoon. You will probably find me hanging out with a few of my book loving friends at the Dashiell Hammett Mystery Pavillion, the Edgar Allan Poe Fiction Pavillion or the F. Scott Fitzgerald Fiction Pavillion.  I may just check out the Gertrude Stein Mixed Genre Pavillion and pop by the Rachel Carson Special Interest Pavillion too if time allows.  Plan to come? Email me at and lets see if we can meet up!

Be sure to check out the featured authors list. It is quite impressive.

:: Gaithersburg Book Festival



  1. I had an amazing day at the Gaithersburg Book Festival this past Saturday. I enjoyed the company of good friends, heard very interesting presentations from authors about their books, including Jim Lehrer of the PBS News Hour, and won an iPad in the Capital Bank raffle! I definitely plan on going back next year!

    Comment by Dana Steiner — May 21, 2012 @ 5:58 pm | Reply

    • Hi Dana, I am so glad that you joined me this year. Not only was it a wonderful day, but you went home with a new iPad, and we found a great book for our book club to read this summer! After listening to Madeline Miller read from her book The Song of Achilles we all agreed that this would be a wonderful book club book!

      Comment by Susanbright — May 22, 2012 @ 12:07 pm | Reply

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