Meet the Author Sharon Farber

The Livingston Public Library is excited to announce that author and medium Sharon Farber will be OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAjoining us for an author visit on Sunday, April 28 at 2pm.  Farber grew up in Livingston, NJ and graduated from Livingston High School in 1979.  She received a BA in sociology from the University of Massachusetts, and studied mediumship at Arthur Findlay College in Stansted England, and elsewhere.

choosing-to-be-a-medium-683x1024Farber’s book, Choosing to be a Medium: Experience & Share the Healing Power of Spirit Communication was published by Llewellyn in 2019 explores how anyone can be a learned medium.  It  explores evidential mediumship and offers a step by step guide for becoming a medium.

In addition to authoring her book, Farber gives mediumship readings and demonstrations, leads a mediumship development circle, teaches classes, and leads mediumship development retreats. You can learn more at www.sharonfarber.net.

A limited amount of copies of Farber’s book will be available for purchase.  Registration is not required for this event.

Hope to see you there!

-Jessica Bielen, Adult Services Librarian

Message from the Director: Meet the Author Joanne Serling

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Dear Livingston Library Community,

There is nothing more thrilling than discovering a new author! That’s why I’m excited to announce that author Joanne Serling will be visiting us on Monday, March 18 at 7:00pm to discuss her book, Good Neighbors.  Serling, a local author from South Orange, is a graduate of Cornell University, and has studied and taught at The Writer’s Studio of New York City. Good Neighbors is Serling’s first novel.

The novel follows the story of four young families who live in a Massachusetts The Good Neighborsuburb.The four families develop a friendship primarily based off of their children’s close ages.  But when one family adopts a four-year-old girl from Russia, the morality and loyalty the families share is questioned.  Is the family mean to their new daughter? Or is the little girl disruptive in ways that outsiders can’t really see? This novel is all about friendships, neighbors, and family relationships.

Limited copies of Serling’s book will be available for sale after the event.

Hope to see you there!

All the best,
Amy