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Fairfield University Bookstore is hosting free virtual author talks in December, beginning Thursday, Dec. 3, with Alisha Berger Gorder, who will discuss her debut novel, “Joy: A Modern Fable,” with moderator Nancy Doniger. James Ross follows on Thursday, Dec. 10, to discuss his new historical fiction, “Hunting Teddy Roosevelt.”
Both events begin at 7 p.m. Visit Facebook @ FairfieldUBookstore on event night and watch live. Signed copies will be available for purchase online @ www.fairfieldbookstore.com or in-store at the Downtown Fairfield University Bookstore, 1499 Post Road.
The bookstore said the debut novel from Gorder, who lives in Easton, “is a signpost for those who believe we are all connected and that we are all part of something bigger.” Moderator Doniger co-teaches Professional Journalism Production as an adjunct professor at Sacred Heart University.
Historical Fiction Review calls Ross’ “Hunting Teddy Roosevelt” a “taut, exciting thriller of a tale full of wonderful episodes on the African plains and in the steamy, critter filled jungles … [filled with] sudden pulse pounding action.”