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Posted on: December 28, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Author Robert Tobin to Discuss his Debut Novel Aeternum at the Library

Author Robert Tobin to Discuss his Debut Novel Aeternum at the Library

December 28, 2018 (Helena, MT)—Your Lewis & Clark Library is pleased to welcome Helena native Robert Tobin for a discussion and reading from his new fantasy/historical fiction novel, Aeternum on Wednesday, January 9th at 6:30PM.

What if living energy was passed on from one being to another through all of time and what if, in the unlimited capacity of the brain, you were aware of every life you ever lived from the beginning of existence? Tobin will discusses the themes and details of his epic debut novel and thoughts on the six-year process of researching, developing, and writing Aeternum. He’ll also share his experience on the self-publishing and marketing process that goes into building readers and followers. The discussion will be moderated by Tricia McCreary.

A signing will follow the discussion and Tobin will have books available for purchase.

Robert Tobin is an award-winning, produced playwright, screenwriter, actor, and director. He is also the founder and Artistic Director of the AstonRep Theatre Company in Chicago. Most recently, he won the award for best literary adaption of Anton Chekhov’s short story Misery into a stage play at the “Art of Adaptation” festival in Chicago. For more information on Tobin, visit:,,


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