Young House Love
by Sherry & John Petersik
"Allow us to introduce you to the king and queen of DIY..." - Redbook
Richmond-based authors, bloggers and DIY-pioneers Sherry and John Petersik
have been kind enough to sign copies of their amazing new book, Young House Love
, and these signed copies are now for sale at Chop Suey Books.
Gretchen Rubin, author of the bestseller The Happiness Project
, calls Young House Love
"engaging, packed with gorgeous photos, and reassuringly realistic about both budget and skill level... [It] will inspire even the most un-crafty of homeowners to pry open a can of paint."
Don't live in Richmond?
To order copies of Young House Love
, contact us by phone at (804) 422-8066 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Live in Richmond?
Come pick up your signed copy today!
Whatever you do,
be sure to check in with Sherry and John's ongoing projects at the Young House Love blog
John and Sherry signing copies of Young House Love.
For a complete rundown of upcoming events at Chop Suey Books, please visit our
Facebook fan page. You can also write us at email@example.com
to be on our e-mail list. These digital outlets are also great places to keep
up with new arrivals, funny stories, and surprise sales!
Saturday, May 18, 3:00 pm: The Twin Hickory Public Library presents a special event for young readers! Clay McLeod Chapman reads from his brand new YA novel, The Tribe: Homeroom Headhunters. With Chop Suey on hand to sell books. PLEASE NOTE this event takes place at the Twin Hickory Public Library, 5001 Twin Hickory Rd, Glen Allen, VA. Free and open to the public.
Sunday, May 19, 3:00 pm: Author and Chop Suey fave Clay McLeod Chapman brings The Tribe: Homeroom Headhunters to the store for a reading in our upstairs gallery. Free and open to the public.
Tuesday, May 21, 6:00 pm: Richmond author Tom De Haven appears in celebration of the new Dark Horse Comics release of Freaks' Amour, based on De Haven's cult novel of the same name. With art from Phil Hester, Mike Mignola, Charles Burns and James O'Barr; a short adaptation of the novel created by legendary artist Gary Panter; and De Haven's brand new short-story sequel to Freaks' Amour, which he'll read at Chop Suey. A book signing will follow. Free and open to the public.
Books On Wheels
Founded in February of 2007, Books On Wheels is definitely Richmond's best
free book/free bike repair non-profit agency. With a fleet of 2 semi-functioning
school buses, Books On Wheels is a mobile organization that gives away thousands
of books and fixes hundreds of bikes a year. Their events usually take place in
the Richmond area, but the buses have carried them as far north at Chicago, and
as far south as Austin. They just returned from their third visit to New Orleans, and are
"gearing" up for a summer of great events. They are always accepting donations of
childrens' books and bikes of any size, all of which can be dropped off at Chop Suey
Books. If you have any interest in hosting a Books On Wheels event, please contact
them at firstname.lastname@example.org.