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K. L. Montgomery to visit PCPL July 27

K. L. Montgomery, author of Green Castles, Fat Girl, and Given to Fly, will give an author’s talk followed by a book sale and signing on Thursday , July 27 at 7 p.m. at the Putnam County Public Library.

K. L. Montgomery is a romance and women’s fiction author who grew up in Greencastle, Indiana. She attended South Putnam High School and the Indiana Academy for Science, Mathematics and Humanities. She later received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a masters in library science from Indiana University. After a ten-year career as a research librarian that began at DePauw University and ended at Salisbury University, she now writes novels when she’s not tied up with her full-time job in higher education and parttime job as a social media manager.

K. L. currently resides in Georgetown, Delaware, with her husband, Mike and their four felines.

Join us July 27 to hear more about K. L. Montgomery’s works and to pick up your own signed copy!

Presentation by Indiana Talking Book & Braille Library

Enjoy the freedom to read your own way! The talking book and braille program from the Indiana State Library is a free service for people with temporary or permanent low vision, blindness, or a physical disability that prevents them from using regular print. Join us at the Putnam County Public Library on Tuesday, July 18 at 1 p.m. to hear a presentation by Elizabeth Pearl of the Indiana Talking Book & Braille Library. Learn more about the services available and how you can apply.

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