Patterson Library hosts book-signing on Tuesday

Author Kristian Reiber and the cover for the new compilation book he is a part of.

WESTFIELD — The Patterson Library will host a book signing with author Kristian Reiber from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Sept. 14.

He will be reading three short selections from his new book “Dare to be Authentic Vol. 6 – Finding Your Purpose.”

The book contains a collection of true stories written by those who have experienced difficulties, trials, obstacles, inspiration, intuition and triumphs on their path to finding their purpose. The stories are encouraging, inspiring, and a model for finding one’s own purpose in this world. Reiber’s chapter is titled “It’s Never Too Late – My Path Toward Discovering Purpose.” In addition, he will be signing all books purchased during the event.

Rieber is a health and mindset coach, a mountain bike skills instructor, a vinyl record collector, a naturalist, a devoted friend, a committed spouse, a health foodie, and a purveyor of knowledge. He grew up in Western New York, earned a forestry degree in the Adirondacks and lived in Colorado for a decade before returning to Western New York. He lives in Jamestown with his spouse, Julie Drake.

“I help clients transform their lives, their health, and their mindset in profound and unforeseen ways,” Rieber said. “Providing unique and unconventional perspectives helps them see their challenges through a different lens so they can replace old habits that don’t serve them with new habits that foster happiness and gratitude. I help them dissolve their limiting beliefs and untrue lessons learned from society, minimize their stress, transform their mindset, and become the amazing individuals they were meant to be.”


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