According to her husband, Judy Pohlhaus has the perfect job. She gets to read new books, talk to people on the phone about them, and give presentations to groups where she shares her favorites. Employed by Random House for 29 years, Judy started as a summer intern and never left, indicating her husband may be on to something. She currently works as a telephone sales manager in Random House’s Westminster, Maryland location, where she manages two large accounts and four library systems, offering her the opportunity to visit a variety of locations including five Barnes and Noble stores across Maryland, day and evening book group meetings, and this month, our own Adams County Arts Council (ACAC) in Gettysburg.
Please plan to take your lunch break at the ACAC on Thursday, November 20 at noon to hear Judy speak about the newest titles from Random House. The program will last about an hour. The selection is sure to make great reads and gift ideas for the holidays. She will bring galleys and advanced copies of several titles to be raffled off at the end of the event, including:
- NY Times bestselling author Kelly Corrigan’s newest memoir, Glitter and Glue;
- Neil Patrick Harris: Choose your own Autobiography, by Tony and Emmy award-winning stage and screen performer Neil Patrick Harris;
- Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten’s newest cookbook, Make it Ahead;
- Station Eleven: A Novel, by Emily St. John Mandel;
- and others, to remain a surprise until the event.
Judy will also have signed copies of A Star for Mrs. Blake, a historical fiction novel by April Smith; her first foray into a new genre after her popular Ana Grey FBI mystery/thrillers.
It’s sure to be an afternoon of great conversation and book suggestions, and it’s FREE!
Thursday, November 20, 2014 at noon at the Adams County Arts Council Education Center
125 S. Washington Street
Gettysburg, PA 17325
For more information, please call (717) 334-5006