It's that time of year again. The Indiana Historical Author Fair is Saturday, December 7th from noon until 4 PM. Admission is FREE. In year's past, there has been an entry if you didn't have a free ticket, so this is a change for this year, and it's welcome one.
The Indiana Historical Society is located at 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46202. This is a beautiful facility, and touring it is worth the time and the drive.
I'm honored to be invited to attend. I'll be signing my Josiah Wolfe novels along with other Indiana authors.
From the web site: More than 70 Indiana authors pack Eli Lilly Hall at the Eugene and
Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center for a fun-filled day of book
signing and mingling. Meet basketball legend Bobby “Slick” Leonard, bestselling authors Philip Gulley and James Alexander Thom, former Indianapolis Star columnist Dan Carpenter and award-winning writer Helen Frost. This
year’s books range in topics from local treasures L.S. Ayres and
Company, Crown Hill Cemetery and the Indianapolis Colts to World War II
and the Civil War to music, cooking, media, nature and more. You’ll find
a wide variety of fiction, nonfiction and children’s titles.
You can view the brochure and see the attendees HERE