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Radio show, book signing, book reveal for A Girl Named Connie

Connie Wilson will be guest on Susan & Carol-Unscripted. Book signing Thursday at Metcalfe County Library. "Book Reveal," with readings at Barn Lot Theater.
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Susan and Carol-Unscripted Tuesday from 10-11 (99.1 the Hoss) will feature an interview with Connie Wilson (Wilson's Dry Goods in Edmonton) about her new book (written by Carol) called "A Girl Named Connie." It is about Connie's lifelong struggle with secrets about her life and the uncovering of those through unusual circumstances.

Connie and Carol will be at a book signing at the Metcalfe County Library, 200 S Main Street, Edmonton, KY, May 26, 2016 from 11am-1pmCT and then again Thursday night, May 26, 2016, at 6:309pmCT, at the Barn Lot Theatre, 207 S Main Street, Edmonton, KY, for a "Book Reveal" where Connie will read from her book, take questions from the audience, and sign. Copies are available on but will also be available at both events. You may not know Connie, but most will remember Wilson's Dry Goods in Edmonton.

This story was posted on 2016-05-23 10:25:27
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