Thanks To Illinois Central College Library

My appearance at Illinois Central College yesterday went very well.  As you know, they invited me to speak and hold a book signing in honor of National Library Week.  The turnout was better than I expected, and it was one of the best question-and-answer sessions for which I’ve ever participated.  We ran the whole gamut from publishing trends to my thoughts on Print-On-Demand technology to what sort of books I like to read.

The audience’s general amiability and politeness, as well as thoughtful questions and comments, really made it a joy for me and more than worth my time.  I wouldn’t hesitate to return to ICC if invited.

I want to thank Heidi Rhea for inviting me to ICC, Cate Parish for giving her my name, the rest of the ICC Library staff for organizing a splendid event, and those generous folks who showed up and were fantastic participants.

Moments such as yesterday fill a writer’s heart with delight.

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Visit Me At Illinois Central College On April 15th

Illinois Central College was kind enough to invite me to speak during National Library Week.  I’m honored to be among their special guests and hope you can attend.

Here’s their official write-up found at:

http://icc.edu/facultyStaff/eNews_story.asp?id=1757

“The ICC Library presents…
Scott Foley — A personal discussion and book signing
Wednesday, April 15
10 – 11 am
Room L307, East Peoria Campus Library

Scott Foley is a local science fiction author who was born and raised in Beardstown and now resides in Bloomington-Normal. His books include “The Imagination’s Provocation: Volume I,” “The Imagination’s Provocation: Volume II,” and “Souls Triumphant: A Novel.” For more information on Foley, check out his web site http://scottwilliamfoley.com

This presentation is in recognition of National Library Week.”