Book Signing at Paperbacks and Pieces

Bedtime Stories and Dreams

I’ve arranged a book signing at Paperbacks and Pieces in Winona, MN.

Details below

Jan 18, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: John Siwicki

Community Information

Paperbacks and Pieces

429 Mankato Ave.

Winona, MN 55987

507 452 5580

CALENDAR LISTING:

Meet Wisconsin Suspense Author, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 22, at Paperback and Pieces

Bookstore, 429 Mankato Ave., Winona, MN 55987. Author John Siwicki will sell and sign copies of his

psychological suspense novel, “The Tribe,” the second book in his planned Bedtime Stories and

Dreams: Memories of Michael Colt trilogy.

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Psychological thriller ‘The Tribe’ at Paperback and Pieces bookstore Feb. 22, 2020

Wisconsin author John Siwicki will sell and sign copies of his newest book, the psychological

suspense novel “The Tribe,” 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb 22, at Paperbacks and Pieces 429 Mankato Ave. Winona, MN 55987

“The Tribe” is the second book in Siwicki’s planned Bedtime Stories and Dreams: Memories of

Michael Colt trilogy.

“The Tribe” synopsis: Grandfather’s bedtime stories aren’t as innocent as they seem, but those

dark tales could be a young man’s only hope. To transform the onset of events, he must alter the past.

A hidden secret granting freedom from the life he’s lived in a small river town leads to

the boundless power of his mind. A shadowy figure he dreams of reveals a vision that can set him free

and offer one last chance to return to the life he wants. Dreams take him to another world and memory

of them usually vanish by morning, but on occasion bits are remembered, leaving him a doorway to a

place to go — and control.

Siwicki also will sell and sign copies of his other books, including the first book in his Bedtime

Stories trilogy, “Dream Killer.”

Siwicki started writing poetry at a young age, has published five books of poetry, developed a desire to

write psychological suspense, and currently writing his fifth book “RIM STONE” book three of the series.

AWAKE ASLEEP DREAMING DEAD

Book Signing

Jan 18, 2020

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Terri Fleming

Community Information

Fond du Lac Public Library

32 Sheboygan St.

Fond du Lac, WI 54935

920-322-3951

fleming@fdlpl.org

CALENDAR LISTING:

Meet Wisconsin Suspense Author, 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 18, at Chapter 52

Bookstore, 52 Sheboygan St. Wisconsin author John Siwicki will sell and sign copies of his

psychological suspense novel, “The Tribe,” the second book in his planned Bedtime Stories and

Dreams: Memories of Michael Colt trilogy. Free. No registration.

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Psychological thriller ‘The Tribe’ at bookstore April 18

Wisconsin author John Siwicki will sell and sign copies of his newest book, the psychological

suspense novel “The Tribe,” 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 18, at Chapter 52 Bookstore, 52

Sheboygan St.

“The Tribe” is the second book in Siwicki’s planned Bedtime Stories and Dreams: Memories of

Michael Colt trilogy.

“The Tribe” synopsis: Grandfather’s bedtime stories aren’t as innocent as they seem, but those

dark tales could be a young man’s only hope. To transform the onset of events, he must alter the past.

A key found on a body floating in the river leads to a formula that can create a device to change the

events of time. A hidden secret granting freedom from the life he’s lived in a small river town leads to

the boundless power of his mind. A shadowy figure he dreams of reveals a vision that can set him free

and offer one last chance to return to the life he wants. Dreams take him to another world and memory

of them usually vanish by morning, but on occasion bits are remembered, leaving him a doorway to a

place to go — and control.

Siwicki also will sell and sign copies of his other books, including the first book in his Bedtime

Stories trilogy, “Dream Killer.”

Siwicki started writing poetry at a young age. He soon developed a desire to write

psychological suspense.

Chapter 52 Bookstore is located next door to the Main Library downtown. The shop sells used

books, movies, magazines and music at bargain prices. Regular hours: Mondays, Tuesdays and

Wednesdays 2-6 p.m. and Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call 920-322-3957 or visit

fdlpl.org/chapter-52.

 

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Working on RIM STONE book III

darkmoontree

I’m working on RIM STONE book III in my series – Bedtime Stories and Dreams. Hoping for a 2020 release, and will keep readers updated on progress and changes to the release date. I’m working on, planning and arranging more book signings. I’m also up for any speaking engagements. Good luck to all in 2020!

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