Saturday, September 22, 2012
Patch is helping 6 North Cafe in Ballwin celebrate a year of book signings with local authors this week.
If you're looking for a way to spend your Saturday morning this week, Ballwin-Ellisville Patch will be at 6 North Cafe in Ballwin for part two of their annniversary celebration marking a year of book signings with local authors. Patch joined the party last week with children's book authors and illustrators. About 20 additional authors this week are expected to be at the Cafe Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Stop by and say "hello"! We'll be unmissable in Patch green. If you haven't already, you can sign up for a free newsletter and pick up a Patch tote bag as thanks. Read the latest blog posts in Patch's Local Voices section from one of the children's authors who was there last week: "Like" Ballwin-Ellisville Patch on Facebook for the …
Monday, September 17, 2012
Nine children's book authors visited the anniversary celebration last Saturday and the party continues Sept. 22.
After a year of coordinating book signing events at 6 North Cafe, owner Maria Altrudo decided to celebrate. The book signings, held Saturday mornings, have featured a variety of local authors. Nine children's book authors were at part one of the two-week anniversary celebration Sept. 15. Altrudo said she's expecting 20 authors for the event Sept. 22. Ballwin-Ellisville Patch hung out with the authors this week and will be there again this Saturday. Stop by, grab some coffee and meet local authors! Sign-up for our free newsletter and get a Patch tote bag for your books. "Like" us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, join us on Instagram and check-in on Foursquare to track Patch at events and for community coverage.
Friday, March 9, 2012
Author Kimberly Schneider of Ellisville will appear at 6 North Café in Ballwin on Saturday.
With the release of her latest book, ""Everything You Need Is Right Here: Five Steps to Manifesting Magic and Miracles," Kimberly Schneider strives to help readers tap into peace and enjoy it in a way that could be described as feeling supernatural. As a student of counseling, the Ellisville resident and former trial attorney has experience coaching people from many walks of life—experiences she drew on to help shape her book, which targets issues such as self confidence, ego and clarity of mind. Prior to her appearance at 6 North Café on Saturday from 10 a.m. to Noon, Schneider took time to discuss these ideas and more with Ballwin-Ellisville Patch: Tell us about yourself. I was born in St. Louis and most of my extended family is here. I…