Successful Book Signing at South Point

My book signing event at South Point Casino on December 7, 2019, was a great success. Throughout the event I had the help of three wonderful people, my wife and daughters. To my right is daughter Stacy from Kentucky. To my left is my wife, Barbara. To Barbara’s left is daughter Beth from California. (Beth is costumed as Jenny, the heroine in The Iron Horse Chronicles.)  In addition to the book signing, over the long weekend we spent together, we held a late family Thanksgiving dinner, enjoyed an early family Christmas, and celebrated an early birthday for Stacy.

Photo courtesy of Jack Cox.

South Point Poster

The management and staff at South Point Casino went out of their way to make this a successful fourth annual book signing. The event took place during the middle Saturday of the National Finals Rodeo, thus providing me with an amazing number and variety of readers who stopped to buy books. South Point advertised the event in the casino with this amazing poster.

South Point also included the below photo of the event on their social media accounts.

I extend my thanks and appreciation to everyone at South Point!

South Point Casino Photo


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2 Responses to Successful Book Signing at South Point

  1. Frances Foor says:

    Oh that Stacy, she didn’t tell me she was going to be with you. She just didn’t want me to come along. So glad they were all there for you sir!
    Love those books!

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