'Dante's Cypher' book signing Feb. 7

Author T. Stephens will be signing copies of his debut novel Dante’s Cypher Saturday, Feb. 7, at noon, at Fairfield University Bookstore, 1499 Post Road.

The concept of Dante’s Cypher came to T. Stephens in a dream he had in similar cabin; when he woke he scribbled the first draft onto the side of box. He was compelled to tell it not realizing at the time that it would transpire into his first novel. Thirteen years later he is part of the Tate Publishing family of authors. A weekend visit turns into a hunt for the unknown as unexplained events jolt a man’s psyche.

“For those of you who enjoy a good page-turner, check out T Stephens’ Dante’s Cypher” – Wally Lamb/Author. “A mesmerizing, can’t-put-down thriller. First time author, T. Stephens carries you on an edge of your seat rollercoaster ride from start to finish. Don’t miss it.” –Richie Farrell, Producer and Director, The Fighter / Author, What’s Left of Us. “I had to sit silently for a spell after finishing it and wrap my brain around it. Enjoy this book now, and get on board the T. Stephens’ train before it takes off.” –Kathleen Palmer, Nashua Telegraph.

T. Stephens has lived and worked in each New England state, which has helped shape his life experiences and his writing style. Born and raised in Brockton, MA, he became a fisherman in Rhode Island before deciding to go to college at the University of Connecticut. T. is long time resident of Milford, NH, enjoying seasons with his family in the Northeast Kingdom and in the woods of Maine from the County to the Coastline. He is a member of the New England Independent Booksellers Association and is available for interviews, book signings and guest lecturing. For more information contact Wendy Kopp, [email protected]

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