Chance to meet the author
Dianne Miley of Montville Township who's penned a series of books set in small-town Ohio - locals may recognize the Painesville native's blending of Chardon and Chagrin Falls - will be available to do just that from 1 to 3 p.m. Feb. 21 at Borders Books (9565 Mentor Ave.).
She's written two books in her series, with two more planned, and dubs herself an inspirational romance author. Go to her Web site for a chance to win an autographed copy of "Lilacs for Laura."
Speaking of opportunities to meet people ... The News-Herald has a "celebrity garden" (and we clearly use that term loosely!) at the Home & Garden Show at the I-X Center. I'll be there with Managing Editor Laura Kessel and City Editor John Bertosa from noon to 2 p.m. Feb. 7. Stop by our garden, beautifully put together by Landstyles Inc. in Painesville Towsnhip, and say hello.
- Tricia Ambrose
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