Meet and greet to feature book signing and fan photo opportunity with
social media maven
CHICAGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–#2NC—Joey Graceffa, YouTube personality and best-selling author, will
sign and discuss his debut novel, “Children
of Eden” on Wednesday, October 12 at 7 p.m. at 2nd
& Charles at WestRidge Court, located at 336 IL-59 in Naperville.
Graceffa’s brand-new sci-fi novel, “Children of Eden,” is the
fantastical tale of an illegal Second Child named Rowan, who is an
outlaw in the world of Eden and marked for death due to population
control measures brought on by the dissemination of Earth. With families
allowed to only have one child due to the displacement of Earth’s
citizens, Rowan has been in hiding for 16 years in her family’s compound
with no friends, education or eye plants, which mark individuals as true
members of Eden. Now, restless and desperate for interaction with the
world, she escapes for a one-night adventure that leads her to her first
friend, yet the outcome turns quickly into tragedy. As she becomes a
renegade on the run, she unleashes a chain of events that could change
the world of Eden and its inhabitants forever.
Wristbands are required to attend the book signing. They will be
distributed on Tuesday, October 4 with the purchase of “Children of
Eden” from the Naperville 2nd & Charles store location. Autographed
copies of the book will be delivered to guests during the book signing
on Wednesday, October 12. During this time, attendees will get the
opportunity to have a professional photograph taken with Graceffa,
retrievable after the event online at childrenofedenbook.photos.
No personal photos with cell phones or digital cameras are allowed.
Any customer under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult. The
accompanying adult does not need a ticket or wristband to enter the
For more information, visit bit.ly/2NCjoeygraceffa
or call (630) 548-1231.
About 2nd & Charles
2nd & Charles specializes in trading used books, audio books, CDs, DVDs,
video games, game systems, vinyl records and accessories. Stores buy and
sell based on the condition and popularity of the product.