Newly-published author Lorie Turpin, who is also a local artist, will be autographing copies of her recently-published book on Friday, July 3, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m.
Turpin notes that physical distancing and safety measures will be in place as she sets up her table in front of The Review offices at 76 Main Street in Vankleek Hill. In case of light rain, she will be set up just inside The Review’s front doors.
Turpin had this book project in mind for about six years, having written it for her children and she is thrilled to now have it published. The rhymes came to her one evening and then, she wrote down the verses and painted images to go with it, venturing into the world of watercolours for the first time.
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