Norwalk Library’s 3rd Indie day includes author Bruce Mowday

Event takes place Saturday, October 12

October 7, 2019

           NORWALK _ Norwalk Library’s 3rd annual Indie Author on Saturday, October 12 will include Norwalk’s Bruce Mowday, author of 20 published books.

“I’m looking forward to getting a chance to meet those who love reading and writing books in the Norwalk area,” Mowday said. “I’ve only been in the area a few months and I’ve already met many fine people. I enjoyed my talk on Stealing Wyeth at the library in August. The library is a great asset to the public.”

The event at 1 Belden Avenue will take place from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. More than 60 writers and publishing professionals took part in last year’s event.

“During the day, I’d be more than glad to talk about my publishing career and my Selling Your Book, one of my publishers asked me to author the book to help increase sales,” Mowday said.

Stealing Wyeth, after the August 2019 release by Barricade Books, has already gone to its third printing. Mowday will also have some of his history, business, true crime and sports books at the event. For more information on Mowday and his books, see

Later this month Mowday is taping a show for Pennsylvania Cable Network on Stealing Wyeth. He also has talks on the book on October 16 at Traditions at Longwood, Kennett Square, Pa.; and library talks on October 22 in Oxford, Pennsylvania, October 23 in Paoli, Pennsylvania, and October 24 in Tredyffrin, Pennsylvania.

On October 14 Mowday will speak on his book Pickett’s Charge: The Untold Story at the Harford County, Maryland library. The book on the battle of Gettysburg is one of three books he has written on the Civil War.

To schedule a talk or order a signed copy of a book, contact Mowday at