Dr. Kris Condi, Ph.D.
 
N Is For Noah
 
 
                                                                       

                                                              

 

October 6, 2018 Harvest Days, Watseka


September 22, 2018 St. Anne Pumpkin Fest


August 30, 2018 Hoopston Corn Festival


August 11, 2018 Momence Festival


July 14, 2018: Bradley Library

       

May 2018 Book Tour: IN, KY, TN, OH, NC, VA, WV

 

Interview with Alex Corradetti and Christie Battista @ WCIA

 
Interview with WCIA Anchor, Alex Corradetti, Monday, February 5th.

Iroquois County Writer's Group: Saturday, February 10th @ 2:00p.m. @ VIPS in Watseka.


 Gilman-Danforth District Library
                Saturday, February 3, 2018
 
 
   Watseka Public Library
                 Saturday, January 20, 2018

 

2017
 

  Sheldon Public Library

                  Saturday, December 16th 2017
                  @ 10:00 a.m.
 
 
  Harvest Fest, Watseka, IL
                Sunday, October 8, 2017  
                @ 8:00a.m.-4:00p.m.
             
 
 
 

Oswego Public Library Book Fest

               Saturday, October 7 @ 9:00a.m.

 

 

2014

          4Cam.Us

           Jan Emous America Star Radio
       
  
          Watseka Public Library
  
        Tuesday, September 23rd @ 6:30p.m.

        The Today Show
         July 2014

        Airbook 
        June 18, 2014

        Tuscon C-Span
        March 2014

        Women's Author Magazines
        March 21, 2014

          America Star Books

  
       2013

       Counting on You
       Jaidis Shaw interview online
       February 4, 2013
 
           Juniper Grove Blog
      

 

       2012

       Counting On You

       e-reader format

       Print Version: This Fall

 

          Kankakee Daily Journal Review

 
        Watseka Public Library
  
      Tuesday, September 23rd @ 6:30p.m.
                    

Book review: KCC author touches middle class

Sept. 15, 2012, 7:01 am
 
 
By Phil Angelo
pangelo@daily-journal.com
815-937-3382
 
 "Here is a book for the modern era.
The villain is not a mafia mobster. Nor is the villain a drug-crazed crackhead, or an al-Qaida terrorist.
No, the villain is a small-minded government bureaucrat, vindictively using arcane rules none of us understand, ruthlessly pursuing a small family business, to put it out of business "... For the unabridged version of this story, subscribe to The Daily Journal's print edition or E-edition

    2010 Events, Blog and Assignments:

      Thursday, September 16, 2010; Online with Andrea Garrison, Blog Talk Radio 9.16.10 @ 6:30p.m. CST
                              Listen to Show
       
      Thursday, April 1, 2010; WOCA AM
      , The Morning Show with Larry Whittler, Ocala, FL @ 7:40a.m.

      Thursday, April 8, 2010; WKAN, The Morning show with Bill and Allison, Kankakee, IL @ 7:20a.m.

      Author Fair, Saturday, April 10, 2010; 10a.m.-2p.m.

      2009 Events:


        WKCC 91.1 FM, Monday, December 7, 2009  
          WCUB 980 AM The Breakfast Club, Monday, December 21, 2009 @8:30a.m. CST

       

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