April 17, 2017
Chester County author Bruce Mowday
takes part in charity events and book signings
Squire Cheyney publishing to release his new book this month
DOWNINGTOWN _ Chester County author Bruce Mowday will have copies of his new book First Date Homicides available for sale when he takes part in charity events, talks and book signings in the coming month.
Squire Cheyney books is scheduled to release First Date Homicides later this month. The book is fiction based on frightening facts. The chilling details of brutal murders of Christians across the globe used in the book come straight from published reports. The book uses a fictionalized murder investigation in Chester County and Philadelphia to tell the genocide story.
“This is my first fiction book but First Date Homicides is more fact than fiction,” Mowday said. “From reading internet newspapers from all over the world for years reporting on the Christian genocide taking place, it was clear the United States media covered only a small fraction of the stories. I wanted to write a book to highlight the issue and thought the fiction setting was the best option.”
Copies of First Date Homicides can be obtained from Mowday by emailing him at email@example.com. The book costs $19.95.
Mowday is an award-winning author and newspaper reporter. He has authored more than 15 books on history, sports, business and true crime. Mowday has appeared on the Discovery ID channel, C-SPAN, the Pennsylvania Cable Network and Philadelphia and local television shows. He is a contributing editor with Business 2 Business magazine. Mowday has hosted his own radio shows and was chairman of the Chester County Historical Society and president of the Brandywine Battlefield Park Associates. He is a board member of the Valley Forge Park Alliance and the Chester County Conference and Visitors Bureau. He is a frequent speaker at various civic and historical groups. For more information on Mowday, his books and his schedule of events, see www.mowday.com.
Mowday is scheduled to talk and sign books at charity and civic events this month, including a Boy Scouts meeting on April 27 in Marshallton. He will talk about Gettysburg and his book Pickett’s Charge: The Untold Story. He will sign books at the Cathy Miller Cancer Fund event on May 11 at the Concord Country Club at 7:00 p.m.
On April 26 at 7:30 p.m. Mowday will talk on Jim Herr and his book Life With Flavor at Shannondell at Valley Forge at 7:30 p.m. On April 30 from noon until 4:00 p.m. he will be signing books at the Coatesville Parents Music Club fundraising event at East Fallowfield Community Park. On May 5, Mowday will sign books at the Chester County Historical Society from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. as part of West Chester’s First Friday event.
The Brandywine Valley Civil War Round Table is hosting Mowday and renowned artist Karl Kuerner on Wednesday, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. at West Chester Borough Hall. Kuerner and Mowday will preview a series of landscape paintings of Gettysburg and the essays Mowday wrote on Kuerner’s subjects.
“The Civil War Round Table event will be a great way for area residents to see some of Karl’s original paintings,” Mowday said. “They are all based on emotion and should lead to those visiting Gettysburg to see the town and battlefield in a different light.”