The Hudson Area Library Book Club welcomes Daniel Region as a special guest on Friday, June 12 at 3:30pm for a discussion of his fictional memoir, Tales From Thurmons Corners. Region will read from and discuss the book at this special Book Club meeting. New members and guests are always welcome! Space is limited. Please RSVP by June 8 by calling Sharon at 518.828.1871.
About the Book
Tales from Thurmons Corners is a fictional memoir. It is the story of Dave Lang, a man who returns to the small Midwestern community where he was born, in search of something he has lost in his life.
Revisiting various moments of his early life, he regains the simplicity of living life fully with innocence and enthusiasm and learns that placing value on time and life gained not lost, is a blessing that is renewed every day, with every breath we take.
Tales from Thurmons Corners celebrates the quiet strength, common sense and resilience of the people who inhabit the flatland prairie.
About the Author
Daniel B. Region’s professional artistic life has taken numerous paths; professional radio and television broadcaster, for 17 years the “Voice” of the Emmy Award winning daytime drama As The World Turns, an actor, theatre and film director, novelist, columnist, web designer and photographer. Mr. Region has written feature length screenplays, plays, two novels, Waiting For The Angel and The Shoe Tattoo, and this fictional memoir, Tales From Thurmons Corners, which is book one in a trilogy. He is currently at work on another novel, The Wolves at Your Door, set in the American Midwest during the Great Depression.
Hudson Valley based poet and educator, Jerrice Baptiste, will be our special guest during Story Hour on Wednesday, January 14 at 10am. Baptiste will read from her children’s book, Tu Es Ma Belle, a poetic story about a young girl’s Haitian family tradition that ties together family living in many different places and across generations.
The Friends of the Hudson Area Library is pleased to present local author, Daniel B. Region for an afternoon literary reading and book signing on Sunday, November 2nd at 3pm. Tales From Thurmons Corner, a fictional memoir, will be presented at McDaris Fine Art Gallery, 623 Warren Street in Hudson. This event is free and open to the public.
Region’s new book, the first in a trilogy, is the story of Dave Lang, a man who returns to the small Midwestern community where he was born, in search of something he has lost in his life. Continue reading
We are pleased to host area author H. L. Martin on Tuesday, October 7 at 6 pm for an author talk and book signing. Martin will read from her recently published political thriller, “The Patriot Vampire”. The event is free and open to the public. Copies of Martin’s book will be available for purchase and signing following the talk.
The Hudson Valley region is an area of rich culture, beautiful scenery, and haunted history. On Thursday, October 24th at 5:15pm, author Lisa LaMonica will discuss her latest book, Haunted Catskills, at the Library.
Be haunted by the ghost of Maggie Houghtaling, who still lingers in the Register-Star building where she was wrongfully hanged for the death of her child in 1817. Get goose bumps when you hear the tale of a Native American woman who drowned herself in Claverack Creek after she was forbidden to be with the man she loved. Feel fright when you hear the tale of Peter Hallenbeck, who was murdered by his nephews in Greenport.
Hear these tales and more from the author, who was nominated for Arts Artist of the Year award in 2001. LaMonica is currently at work on Halloween Stories of the Hudson Valley.
Copies of her book will be available for purchase and signing.