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We are looking forward to having Jack Flowers here at  Lincolnville Community Library on November 6th at 7 PM.  Just in time for Veterans Day.

Elizabeth Eudy
Lincolnville Community Library
208 Main Street
Lincolnville, Maine 04849
207-706-3896
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On Aug 16, 2019, at 2:35 PM, Holly Williams <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

Yesterday afternoon we had author and Vietnam veteran, Jack Flowers, at the library. He has written a novel, Rat Six, based on his experiences as a tunnel rat during the war.

Jack gave a good synopsis of the book, talked about his life, and opened the discussion up from there. Everyone had questions or comments and much of the audience were veterans, including another tunnel rat. He was wonderful with our audience, listened attentively, told good stories, and still moved everyone along in the discussion.

Please visit his website ratsix.com and you can contact him via the website. He is EXTREMELY reasonable and I'm looking forward to his next book, Flowers: a love story (an epistolary novel told with floral receipts).

We had a small crowd, although again, I call it a success due to the fact that several folks had not been to our library in YEARS and another gentleman had never been there and he lives nearby.

Have a good weekend, all!


Holly Williams
Library Director
Pittsfield Public Library
110 Library St.
Pittsfield ME 04967
(207) 487-5880

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