Library book signing goes well

The Canton Township Carnegie Library board members pose for a picture with the library's sign Saturday. It was the library's 90th anniversary.

Saturday I had a book signing at the Canton Township Carnegie Library in Canton, Kan., is one of the last Carnegie Foundation grant libraries to be built.

The event wasn’t just for me and my book (“Murder at St. Alfanus”), though. It was also the library’s 90th anniversary.

I grew up in Canton, so it was an honor to be able to help the library celebrate such a special occasion.

The community support was amazing. It was so wonderful to see so many people I knew come out to support the library and myself.

If you were there, thank you for coming. It means a lot to me, and I know it means a lot to the library.

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