Hart author hosts book reading

July 11, 2015
Brett Ramseyer

Brett Ramseyer

HART — Local author Brett Ramseyer will host a free book reading of his debut novel “COME NOT TO US,” along with newer works, at the Hart Area Public Library Wednesday, July 15, at 7 p.m.

Brett Ramseyer -2Hardcover and paperback copies will be available for purchase during the evening.  For direct online purchases and to write a review, visit http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/BrettRamseyer or contact the author directly at [email protected]

Local readers attest to the quality of Ramseyer’s novel. “I absolutely loved reading about my neighborhood and county. It gave the book almost an eerie, hair-on-the-back-of-my-neck-raising quality I cannot say I have ever experienced before,” said Beth Snider.

“(Ramseyer’s) talents, experiences, imagination and intelligence have created a fascinating novel,” said Susan Foster.

“’COME NOT TO US’ bustles with a fast-paced plot and plentiful Oceana County and Pentwater references. Brett Ramseyer bookRamseyer’s style channels Jim Harrison.  Buy your copy, find a comfortable chair somewhere with a water view, and lose yourself to an afternoon of good local reading! I enjoyed it immensely,” said Susan Hall.

Novel discussion and an open format for questions and answers will follow the reading as well as a chance to chat with the author and have a book signed.

All major eReaders carry “COME NOT TO US,” such as Apple Bookstore, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. Immediate download affords the fastest reading. “I’m open to signing iPhones, Android, or Windows devices.  Meet me at the library, bring your neighbors.  I’ll sign them too,” Ramseyer said.

 

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