Official debut of my new book, “Pass the Nuts,” will be Wednesday night, Nov. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Herb’s Tavern in Rocky River. Everyone is welcome. Books are fifteen bucks, two for thirty.
Herb’s is a small, free-standing building at 19925 Detroit Road. It’s almost a mile into Rocky River from Lakewood. It’s on the south side of Detroit Rd. next to the bike shop, which is one block east of St. Christopher Church, to give you a landmark. Lots of parking around there, but not on the street.
Thanks to The Plain Dealer’s Mike McIntyre and Michael Heaton for generous plugs. No doubt I’ll buy them several beers. Hope that’s not a NCAA violation. I’d hate to see them banned from post-season play.
This is a busy week. Tuesday night I’ll be on the Les Levine TV Show and American Work Force Radio with Flash Ferenc. Wednesday morning at 11 a.m. I’ll be on the Rizz Show on WKNR (850 AM). Thursday night I’m speaking at the Stow Library. Friday morning I’ll be on the Lanigan & Malone Show WMJI (105.7) at 7:30 and Wills and Snyder (WTAM 1100) at 8:15.
I’ll sign books Friday from noon to 2 p.m. at the “Only Cleveland Store,” 230 West Huron Road downtown. Saturday’s book signing is 1 p.m. at Barnes and Noble, 28801 Chagrin Blvd., Woodmere.
Saturday night I’ll be at the St. Ed’s-Ignatius football game at Brunswick’s new expanded Stadium. For a list of all future appearances click on “events” on this page.
If you’re still with me, thanks for reading. As Hal Lebovitz always said, “Hope to see you somewhere this week.”