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 Sachem Library in Holbrook, New York is holding a Fall Festival Saturday, September 15, and writers will be part of the fall fun. I’ll be there, offering a sample from my latest book, “Grandma Told Me Never to Believe Anything Grandpa Says.” It will be published by Covenant Books in 2019. The Fall Festival runs from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sometime during those five hours I hope to get in my daily nap.

 The library is at 150 Holbrook Road, Holbrook, New York 11741. 631-588-5024. Holbrook is less than three miles from Holtsville, New York, where there is a big IRS office. I wonder if the folks there are working overtime to complete an audit on a certain person. Just an idle thought, one of many I have every day.