Book Launch & Book Fair in Support of Charity
Aurora author, Heather Anne Lambert, launches her action-packed page turner – Cassius: Blood Rights – at the Literacy Council York-Simcoe on Friday, December 2nd from 5-8 p.m. This event includes a Book Fair. Local authors will sell and sign their books – unique gift items just in time for Christmas! Reception and mingling with local authors to follow.
5-6 pm – Book Sales (meet local authors and browse a selection of home-grown book titles)
6-7 pm – Launch of Cassius Blood Rights (readings from author, Heather Anne Lambert)
7-8 pm – Book signing, shopping, refreshments and mingling
Literacy Council York-Simcoe, 17817 Leslie St. Suite 12, Newmarket ON
Cassius: Blood Rights was released in September 2011 and is for sale internationally at Amazon, Barnes & Nobles and other online stores – now available in Kindle. This exciting, fast paced book is the first in a new series that begins here, in Toronto’s night time playground and expands to places known by all of us: Aurora, Hamilton and the GTA. Since the main character, Cassius is a good bad guy, partial proceeds from book sales are being donated to the Literacy Council York-Simcoe, an organization that helps English-speaking adults to build their reading, writing, math, computer and employment skills.
Reviews for Cassius: Blood Rights
“My experience was completely consuming. Cassius and company had me from the very beginning. The passion, the plot, the suspense. This story had it all!! I’m anxiously looking forward to Blood of Whitechapel”~ Jim Priestly, York Region
“Just finished the book a couple days ago - amazing but left me wanting more. More about his earlier life and loves. Please write faster so I can read more.”~ Colleen Shaughnessy, York Region
“Heather Anne Lambert has the ability to fill the gaps left by Anne Rice. I really enjoyed the book and cannot wait for the next installment – I hope there are many more in this series to come!” ~ Melissa Tomhave, California
Heather Anne Lambert is a freelance writer of books, short stories, articles. She is winner of the 2011 Canadian Federation of University Women writing competition. Her articles and short stories have been published in a number of hardcopy and online publications including Aurora Storyalis II and III and Connecting With Nature, winner of the Oak Ridges Moraine Hero Award.