2018 Appearances for author A. K. Buckroth

Upcoming  Author Appearances       Known as a “Professional Diabetic,” author A. K. Buckroth has successfully and courageously lived with this disease for 60 years.  She will be available to autograph, sell and discuss each of these award-winning books with dates, times, and places listed below.

“My Diabetic Soul – An Autobiography” is available in libraries across the United States and can be ordered through your local library; also available as a paperback via Amazon.com; e-book format through Smashwords.com.

“Me & My Money…a child’s story of diabetes,” Me & My Money Too…a child’s story with diabetes, Book Two”  and “Kisses for Cash…T1D meets T2D, Book Three” are easily available in paperback and e-book through Amazon.com.  Each book is an illustrated chapter book, not to exceed 125 pages and informational for all diabetics and those who know and love a diabetic, no matter the age.

Author Appearances:

Saturday, June 16, 2018    Georgetown Library, 6680 Orleans, Georgetown, CA  95634  1:00PM – 5:00PM 

Saturday, July 7, 2018     Arden-Dimick Library, 891 Watt Avenue, Sacramento, CA  95864 12:30PM – 5:00PM

Saturday, August 4, 2018     North Natomas Library, 4660 Via Ingoglia, Sacramento, CA  95835  1:00PM – 4:00PM

Saturday, September 29, 2017     South Natomas Library, 2901 Truxel Road, Sacramento, CA  95833  12:30PM – 5:00PM

Saturday, October 6, 2018     Martin Luther King, Jr., Library, 7340 24th Street Bypass, Sacramento, CA  95822  1:00PM – 5:00PM

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A. K. Buckroth, Award WInning Author


2018 Appearances for author A. K. Buckroth — 2 Comments

  1. A.K. I am sorry to inform you I am unable to attend any of your signing dates as I am snowed in in Ctrl Florida until the plows get to my area of the county. I surely wanted to make a signing because I revere your book. Perhaps we could meet in late summer if we sre not flooded when the skies open. Drink more Florida orange juice

  2. Ms. Buckroth: Found My Diabetic Soul fascinating…then again, I would. Seemed almost autobiographical. I too developed diabetes…in 1959 (at age 6)…as did two of my four siblings (3 out of 5)…Novolog didn’t work for me, either…grew up in southern New England, among Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts…and spent seven years at Joslin from 1962-70…including two as a CIT. Any book that quotes “Abalaba, Gabalaba, Goombala Beesay” gets my vote. Thanks for writing it.

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