Parisian Phoenix announcements, including our involvement as a vendor at Lehigh Valley Book Festival March 26

Today brought with it more excitement than anticipated. We knew about the impending time change— which gets harder as we all get older, at least around here.

Then came the snow storm that dropped about 4 inches of precipitation in about an hour.

But despite the chaos, a UPS truck pulled up in the unplowed street and tucked three cases of books onto my porch safe from the snow.

They contained Charles Ticho’s book, Stops Along the Way, a memoir that includes much about his Jewish heritage, surviving the Holocaust, starting over in the United States and his career in film production, including many television commercials.

As if that wasn’t exciting enough, publisher Angel Ackerman (me) and Art Director Gayle Hendricks had breakfast and a business meeting at one of their favorite diners. Only to then learn that the Lehigh Valley Book Festival accepted Parisian Phoenix’s vendor application for the event.

We will be selling books at the Festival March 26. Some of our authors will be on hand.

Just a reminder we will have seven titles on hand. To learn more about them, visit our book pages or see our publisher page on Barnes & Noble’s website.

For more information on the Lehigh Valley Book Festival, sponsored by Let’s Play Books in Emmaus and Bethlehem Area Public Library, please visit: https://www.letsplaybooks.com/lehigh-valley-book-festival.

Published by Angel Ackerman

Writer, Editor, Traveler, Fashionista, Francophile, Student and Mother

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