Waverly native to hold book signing at Barnes and Noble, Wilkes-Barre

First Posted: 12/8/2014

WAVERLY — Author Jim Remsen, a Waverly native and a 1967 graduate of Abington Heights High School, will hold a book signing for his newly-released historical novel, “Visions of Teaoga” Saturday, Dec. 13 at both Barnes and Noble Wilkes-Barre locations — from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 7 S. Main St. and at 2 p.m. at 421 Arena Hub Plaza.

Remson is a retired Philadelphia Inquirer journalist and previous columnist for The Abington Journal. He currently resides outside Philadelphia with his wife, Harriet, with whom he has three adult sons.

“Visions of Teaoga,” published by Sunbury Press, is based on dramatic events in Indian-settler history inthe 1700s along the Susquehanna River. It is a multicultural saga that weaves together the adventures of the actual American Indian leader known in history as Queen Esther and a fictional modern-day middle schooler named Maddy Winter, with a dash of time travel thrown in.

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