Daingerfield Island Signing at the Winchester Book Gallery with John Adam Wasowicz

John Adam Wasowicz will appear at the Winchester Book Gallery in September to sign your copy of his latest release, Daingerfield Island!


Save the date!

Saturday, September 9th, 2017
11am – 1pm

The Winchester Book Gallery
185 N. Loudoun Street
Winchester, VA 22601


Daingerfield Island is available for purchase at the Winchester Book Gallery. You can also visit Daingerfield Island‘s BHB page for additional retailers.

July Events – Now With More Gin

There are only a few days left before the release party for John Adam Wasowicz’s Daingerfield Island at the New Columbia Distillers in Washington DC!  The perks of partying at a distillery?  One lucky guest will win their own bottle of Green Hat Gin!

Friday, July 14th, 6-8pm
New Columbia Distillers
1832 Fenwick St. NE
Washington DC 20002
202-733-1710

Book vending by East City Bookshop.  $1 of every book purchase goes to the DC Central Kitchen.

John Adam Wasowicz will also be appearing at the Island Bookstore on July 26th.

Check out our Events page for more details and future events.

Reading: John Adam Wasowicz at the Island Bookstore July 26th.

John Adam Wasowicz will read selections from his upcoming mystery thriller, Daingerfield Island, at the Island Bookstore on July 26th! The reading is part of the Scarborough Faire Days Summer Signing Series.

SAVE THE DATE!

July 26, 2017 @ 3:00 pm
The Island Bookstore
1177 Duck Road
Duck, NC 27949

Join and Share the Event on Facebook!

See you there!

Daingerfield Island – Release Party with Author John Adam Wasowicz

BrickHouse Books is happy to announce the upcoming release of Daingerfield Island, an exciting mystery thriller from author John Adam Wasowicz!

Daingerfield Island introduces us to Elmo Katz, a defense attorney from Alexandria.  Katz is no stranger to the bureaucracy and twisted truths that lurk in the justice system, but his world is upended when he finds himself entangled in the roots of a complex terrorist plot.  Places he once navigated with ease are now obscured by shadows.  Katz must weave his way through political intrigue, courtroom machinations, and police skulduggery to save what’s left of the truth—and himself.

Daingerfield Island puts the ‘I’ in danger: intelligent, imaginative, intriguing. The book is a timely metaphor about the power of alternative facts in a post-truth world.

—Michael Neff, author of All The Dark We Will Not See

You can celebrate the release on July 14th at the New Columbia Distillery in DC, home of Green Hat Gin!

Friday, July 14th, 6-8pm
New Columbia Distillers
1832 Fenwick St. NE
Washington DC 20002
202-733-1710

Book vending by East City Bookshop.

$1 of every book purchase goes to the DC Central Kitchen.

You can also pre-order your copy through Amazon.

Upcoming Reading with BHB Poet William Rivera

Poet William Rivera (Buried in the Mind’s Backyard, BrickHouse Books, 2011) will be joining poet Elisavietta Ritchie (Reflections: Poems on Paintings) at the Kensington Row Bookshop for a reading.

SAVE THE DATE!

Wednesday, June 28th @ 7pm
Kensington Row Bookshop
3786 Howard Ave
Kensington, MD

See you there!

Readings and Release Party for Doritt Carroll’s New Book

Doritt Carroll, BrickHouse Books’ Poetry Editor, released Sorry You Are Not an Instant Winner via Kattywompus Press.

SAVE THE DATES!

Listen to Carroll herself read selections from this jovial collection, and join her for the release party in September!

READINGS:

Third Saturday Reading Event
June 17th, 2pm – 4pm
Robert Harper Books
6216 Rhode Island Ave.
Riverdale Park, MD 20737

Georgetown Library – Date TBA!

RELEASE PARTY:

September 28, Time TBA
The Barking Dog
4723 Elm St.
Bethesda, MD 20814

For more information on Doritt Carroll and her work, visit dorittcarroll.com.

Book Club Series: Needs by Clarence Brown

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Gallery CA, 440 E Oliver St, Baltimore MD, 21202

November 9, 7:00 – 8:30pm

The first of the Book Club series will take place today, November 9th at Gallery CA. Please stop by and listen to Clarence Brown discuss his novella, Needs, in a conversation facilitated by publisher Clarinda Harriss.