Alumna has Teen Novel Published, Another Scheduled | Webster University

Alumna has Teen Novel Published, Another Scheduled

 Amy Spalding will answer questions and sign copies of her newly published teen novel "The Reece Malcolm List” on Friday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. Book Cover "The Reece Malcolm List"The event will be held at Left Bank Books, 399 North Euclid Avenue in the Central West End.

This will be Spalding's second book signing. The first one was held on Feb. 9 in Los Angeles where she lives and works. She returned to her hometown of St. Louis for the event at Left Bank Books. She has another book, “Ink is Thicker than Water” scheduled for publication in the fall of this year.

Amy Spalding attended Webster University and received a bachelor's degree in advertising and marketing communications. She graduated in 2004. She now works as a digital media planner in Los Angeles.

For more information about Amy Spalding or her books, please visit Amy's website.

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