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love & fatigue: now in paperback & audio book

My book, Love and Fatigue in America, is now out in paperback and audiobook. Many chronic fatigue sufferers have requested an audio version, so I’m especially thrilled to have this format available for the first time.

Writer Susie Bright calls Love and Fatigue in America “the unexpected bible of the disease no one admits.”

Please help spread the word. You can purchase the book on audio, Kindle, or paperback here.

Also, all of my novels, including the previously out-of-print books Horizontal Hotel and Written on a Stranger’s Map, are now available for Kindle. Check out the Roger King page on Amazon to learn more.

New Hampshire Reading

I’ll be reading at the Toadstool Bookshop in Peterborough, New Hampshire on June 23rd at 3.30 pm. It’s a lovely bookshop in a pretty town in mid-south New Hampshire, close to  Mt Monadnock and the Massachusetts border.

12 Depot Sq., Peterborough, NH
603-924-3543 emailbooks@ptoad.com

 

Webinar, May 9 at 2.00 pm

 

From the CFIDS Association of America

Roger King explores the themes of illness, work, love, memory, health care and more in his new novel, “Love and Fatigue in America.” We’ll discuss the book with him and Wilhelmina Jenkins on Wed. at 2 p.m. (Eastern). We hope you’ll join us for the conversation. Click here for more information about the event.

 

 

Youtube recording of this event is at:  

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXtfWwZ7aTs&feature=plcp :)

Reading at Amherst Books

There was a packed house this week at the launch reading for Roger’s new novel, Love and Fatigue and America. Friends, artists, and readers gathered at Amherst Books for a special reading and book signing.

 

Roger King chats with poet, children's book author, and gallery owner Richard Michelson

 

 

Roger at the launch reading for his new novel "Love and Fatigue in America" at Amherst Books in Amherst, Massachusetts (Photo by Michelle Aldredge)

 

 

Roger with architect and photographer Anita Licis Ribak

 

 

Roger King with critic and Amherst College professor Rhonda Cobham-Sander

News & Events

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Talk on Novel Writing and Love and Fatigue in America

April 29, 2012, 4.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. Free.
Florence Civic Center, Mass., next to the Lilly Library, Florence
Organized by Straw Dog Writers Guild