2 authors at bookstore Feb 6

Two area authors of memoirs will be selling and signing copies of their books from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, February 6, at Chapter 52 Bookstore.

Brian Miller, a retired teacher from Oakfield, will sell copies of The Book in the Dresser Drawer. In it, he describes his happy Midwestern childhood hunting, fishing and enjoying the outdoors. As he grows and seeks his path, he travels from adventure to adventure: blue-collar work, travels, interesting interactions (once meeting Muhammad Ali), close scrapes and college football. After struggling through a late-in-life divorce that threatens his mental well-being, he ends up happy, forgiven and thriving.

Lois Spangenberg will have copies of Remembering … Our Journey to Africa, which recounts her time in Nigeria with her husband Raymond Spangenberg, who was a missionary and teacher. After their work abroad, the couple moved to Fond du Lac to teach at Winnebago Lutheran Academy. They’ve made Fond du Lac their home for more than 50 years. Lois Spangenberg said her book came about after her children, grandchildren and friends asked her to write down the stories she’d tell about Africa in the 1950’s.



Thank you!

Thanks, Chapter 52 Bookstore, for this wonderful event. My mom, Lois, had a great time seeing many old friends and signing books. And I look forward to reading Brian's book. Laura Spangenberg Kimball

You're welcome!

So glad to hear your mom had a good experience at Chapter 52 Bookstore.

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