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Best-selling author holds book signing

April 29, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry - New York Times best- selling author RoseMarie Terenzio signs a book for St. Marys Mayor Sally Geyer during a book signing for Terenzio's book "Fairy Tale Interrupted," held Friday evening at the St. Marys Public Library.

A crowd of nearly 100 people gathered for  RoseMarie Terenzio's "Fairy Tale Interrupted" book signing on Friday evening at the St. Marys Public Library, with all proceeds from book sales benefitting the library.
The event marked the kickoff of the library's 100th anniversary, which is being celebrated in July. In May the library plans to roll out their new e-book program as well, according to Scarlette Corbin, library executive director.
The New York Times best-selling book has a special tie to St. Marys, as Terenzio completed it while sitting on a local back porch at the home of her agent, St. Marys native Steven Troha. Following a brief introduction by Corbin, area resident and author John Schlimm posed several initial questions to Terenzio about her book. 

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