Tea Tyme hosts book signing

Annette Litteral holds a copy of Jim Duffy's new book, "Tubman Travels." The author will be signing copies at her store, Tea Tyme, in Denton on Thursday.


DENTON — Tea Tyme will host a book signing with author Jim Duffy as part of Denton’s Third Thursday celebration, Nov. 16, from 5 to 7:30 p.m.

Duffy will be at the tea shop with his new book, “Tubman Travels.” Each chapter features a specific Underground Railroad story. “Tubman Travels” is organized geographically, with the first chapter set on the Choptank River in Cambridge. Other chapters take readers through such Maryland towns as Easton, St. Michaels, Denton, Chestertown, Centreville, Galena and Chesapeake City. Crossing into Delaware, the journeys continue through Seaford, Dover, Middletown, New Castle and Wilmington.

“Tubman Travels” is the second in a series of Secrets of the Eastern Shore guidebooks written by Duffy. The first book, “Eastern Shore Road Trips: 27 One-Day Adventures on Delmarva,” was a top seller in the travel category both online and at the 40-some area bookstores and retail shops that carry the book.

“We also have signed copies (of “Tubman Travels”) at the store for those that can’t make it,” said Tea Tyme owner Annette Litteral. “Also on display will be beautiful photos taken by Jim’s wife of local Maryland scenery.”

Tea Tyme is located at 329 Market St., Denton. Light refreshments provided.

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