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Dylan Newton: Local Author Visit & Workshop

Please join us in the Exhibition Room of the David A. Howe Public Library in Wellsville NY on Monday, September 13 at 5:30pm as multi-published, local author Dylan Newton will present a mini workshop live and in person for teens and adults on “How to Write a Book at Any Age.”

Dylan was born and raised in Wellsville where the library was her favorite hang-out. After over a decade working in corporate America, Dylan quit to pursue her passion: writing books. The gamble paid off with four published novels, and more to come!

Dylan’s debut romantic comedy HOW SWEET IT IS (2021) received a starred Kirkus review as, “A hilarious rom-com romp that delivers on both sweet and heat,” was tagged as a rom-com selection by The Nerd Daily, and was named to PopSugar’s list of “12 Swoon-Worthy Romance Books to Read in 1 Sitting,” and selected as a book club read in the July 26, 2021 edition of Woman’s World.

When she isn’t writing, Dylan is pursuing her own happily ever after with her high school sweetheart as they split time between Florida and Wellsville with their two much cooler daughters, and a tone-deaf cockatiel. Check her out at www.DylanNewton.com.

Immediately following the novel writing class, Dylan will be available to sign books and answer questions about her debut romantic comedy, How Sweet It Is. (Please note: the library will not have books for sale at this event, but attendees may bring their personal copy of the novel for the her to sign.)

This event is free and open to everyone. We do ask that you register for the workshop by contacting the library at (585) 593-3410, emailing wellsville@stls.org, or stopping by the library Main Desk.

September 13 2021


Date: September 13, 2021
Time: 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Cost: Free
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David A. Howe Public Library

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Wellsville, NY 14895 United States

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