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Amy Bloom of Durham will be reading at well-known independent bookstore R.J. Julia’s in Madison Friday, Aug. 1 at 7 pm.

Bloom is the best-selling author of the novels “Normal,” “A Blind Man Can See How Much I Love You,” and the story collection “Come to Me,” among other works.

Her latest novel is titled “Lucky Us.”

The reading is free, but R.J. Julia recommends reservations (available at their website rjjulia.com) for all its author events.



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