Appomattox, VA, October 20, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Local author Jeanne Grunert will be signing copies of her novel, "I Believe You," and her new novella, "The Last Run of the 6:01" at Baines Books & Coffee, Main Street, Appomattox, on Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 12 noon to 3 p.m. Copies will be available for purchase.
Last year, Grunert released her first novel, I Believe You, to considerable acclaim. Her work blends elements of traditional Gothic fiction, ghost stories, and the mystery genre. One reviewer called her writing “A cross between Flannery O’Connor and Edgar Allan Poe.” Her stories are tales of mystery and imagination akin to spooky tales such as those in the Twilight Zone and other supernatural tales.
Grunert grew up on Long Island, New York, in the shadows of the Gold Coast region made famous by authors such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and Nelson Demille. Working with the area’s rich and famous families while employed as a marketing manager at a local garden center inspired much of the setting for "I Believe You." Her latest work, "The Last Run of the 6:01," was partially inspired by the opening of the High Bridge Trail and the many train-related stories found locally.
Before moving to the Prospect area, Grunert worked in New York City as a marketing manager for several publishing, retail, and financial services companies. She is the recipient of the Brockport Science Fiction and Fantasy Writer’s award and holds an M.A. in Writing from Queens College, New York City. Grunert's works are published by Bricks & Brambles Press, Prospect, Virginia.
For more information on the author’s works, visit her website at www.jeannegrunert.com. Her books will be available for purchase locally from Baines Books and Coffee starting October 28, 2017. You can meet the author in person at Baines on October 28 from noon to 3 p.m. Books will be available at a special event price.
Book Signing Event, Saturday, October 28, 2017, from 12 noon to 3 p.m.
Author Jeanne Grunert. Author website: www.jeannegrunert.com
Baines Books & Coffee, 205 Main Street, Appomattox, Virginia
The event is free to attend. Books may be purchased at the event. The author will be signing books and if time permits, reading from her works.