imageFormer Speaker of the House and presumptive 2012 Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich will be in Iowa for three book signing events this week promoting his new historical novel Valley Forge co-written with William Forstchen.  Speaker Gingrich will be in the following locations:

Borders Bookstore
4100 University Avenue
Suite 115
West Des Moines, IA 50265
Tuesday, November 16 at 2pm (
map)

Book Signing at Iowa State University
200 Lynn Avenue
Ames, IA 50014
Tuesday, November 16 at 6:30pm (map)

Barnes and Noble
333 Collins Road, NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
Wednesday, November 17 at 7:00pm (map)

Valley Forge captures the epic story of General George Washington and his troops during the long winter of 1777 – and the courage, faith, and commitment it took to win a revolution.  Learn more here.

3 comments
  1. Newt just has too much baggage for him to viable as a presidential candidate. If the Republicans can win the WH then maybe he’ll be a good cabinet member.

  2. Newt just has too much baggage for him to viable as a presidential candidate. If the Republicans can win the WH then maybe he’ll be a good cabinet member.

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