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BOOKSIGNING – FRIDAY JUNE 23, 2017 SHU

BOOKSIGNING THIS FRIDAY!

  • Friday, June 23, 2017
  • Location:  Seton Hill University Performing Arts Center (100 Harrison Ave, Greensburg PA)
  • Time:  7-9:30

    KC Blau public reading

    KC Blau reads from her novel “Women and Wild Savages” at Vienna’s Shakespeare & Co

  • 45 authors and publishing houses

Stop by, chat and buy some quality brain food!
(hashtags: #bigbooks #iywm #iywm2017)

 

 

 

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HAPPY 2017!

Time flies. Make the most of it! I wish you all the best for 2017! Love – KC

PS Haven’t forgotten you – just busy working on the next book and Ph.D, living life and chasing dreams. Will try to post once a month in 2017! Thanks for following!

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SHAKESPEARE & CO AND KC BLAU

KC Blau public reading

KC Blau reads from her novel “Women and Wild Savages” at Vienna’s Shakespeare & Co

Many thanks to everyone who ventured out on the full moon this past Friday evening to hear me read from my novel, “Women and Wild Savages.” It was wonderful to read to a full house and get to meet so many of you!

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KC BLAU READS AT SHAKESPEARE & COMPANY

Quite excited to announce my first public reading in Vienna at one of my favorite bookstores:

Space will be limited so get there early!

MEET THE AUTHOR – KC Blau and Shakespeare & Company

Date: Friday, September 16

Time: 19:30

Place: Shakespeare & Company, Sterngasse 2, 1010 Vienna

No woman knows, or ever has known, or ever will know, what she does when she enters into association with a man.

Fact and fiction weave together with history and romance in this

Women and Wild Savages Cover

Women and Wild Savages Cover

tragic yet inspiring tale of Lina Loos’ struggle for love, liberation and self-fulfillment during her years of marriage to the renowned architect, Adolf Loos. Women and Wild Savages takes readers on a journey deep into the heart of fin-de-siècle Vienna and introduces you to some of her most memorable figures such as Café Central’s infamous poet, Peter Altenberg, and women’s rights activist Marie Lang

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