Author Events

Bear Pond Books is excited to bring your favorite authors to Stowe, Vermont! We often host book signings, readings and discussions. View our events calendar, below, for more information! We hope to see you at our next author event. 

Terry Lovelette, May 11th from 11am - 1pm

We are excited to welcome Terry Lovelette to promote his new book, Thoughts from a Walk.


Thoughts From a Walk by Terry Lovelette is a collection of nature poetry and reflective essays inspired by the author’s hiking journeys through the mountains of Vermont. The poems capture the beauty, serenity, and spirituality the author experiences while walking various trails, including the famed Long Trail that traverses the spine of the Green Mountains.


Learn More: https://www.facebook.com/events/944255103815063/

Rochelle Bilow, May 11th from 1pm - 3pm

We are excited to welcome Rochelle Bilow, a local Vermont author, to promote her upcoming book, Effie Olsen's Summer Special.

Rochelle Bilow is a food and romance writer who previously worked as the social media manager at Bon Appétit and Cooking Light magazines. A graduate of The French Culinary Institute, she has held just about every job in the food industry. Her first book, The Call of the Farm, a swoony farming memoir, was published in 2014. Ruby Spencer’s Whisky Year (2023) was her debut romance. Raised in Syracuse, New York, Rochelle now lives in northern Vermont.

Learn More: https://www.facebook.com/events/4489455897946078/

donalee Moulton, May 18th from 11am - 1pm

Come meet donalee — a professional writer and freelance journalist based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Copies of her books will be available for sale: a mystery novel, a historical mystery, and a non-fiction book about effective communications. Buy a book and get it signed!

Learn More: https://www.facebook.com/events/964874868095432/

Annie Seyler, June 15th from 11am - 1 pm

We are excited to welcome Annie Seyler to promote her new book, Wisdom of Winter.
About the Book:
Insulated from societal mores by her glamorous mother and humble father, six-year-old Beatrice—barefoot in ratty overalls—tunes into animals, senses the unspoken, and thrives. But when tragedy penetrates their rural Vermont bubble, Beatrice is thrust into a world that tells her she has no place unless she hides her depth, pretties up, and falls in line. She complies.
Years later in San Francisco, incongruities in Beatrice’s life abound. What’s real is hidden. What's false is celebrated. She numbs and sidesteps and, despite inner warnings, artfully outruns thoughts of her family, the girl she once was, and the woman she pretends to be. But when a cascade of events steers her back to her childhood home, a discovery in a rundown barn quiets her. In the still point, she sees her crossroads: carry on the known path or step into uncertainty. Her future rests on her interpretation of change. Anxiety and loss. Or hope and renewal. She must decide who she is.
 

Peter Cobb, August 31st from 11am - 1pm

We are excited to welcome Peter Cobb to promote his new book, "Some Things Aren't Meant To Be."
 
Peter Cobb was the executive director for 33 years of the VNAs of Vermont, the professional association for the 10 Vermont Visiting Nurse Associations. He has been a reporter, grant writer, soccer coach and mental health worker. He lives in Barre Town, Vermont with his wife Cindy.