Kara signs her book at Barnes & Noble in Waterbury

Kara Sundlun will be signing her book, Finding Dad: From Love Child to Daughter, this weekend.

People can listen to the Emmy Award winning news anchor and WFSB talk show host at the Barnes & Noble in Waterbury on Saturday at 2 p.m.

Copies of Finding Dad: From Love Child to Daughter will be available for purchase.

The Barnes & Noble is located at the Brass Mill Center at 235 Union St.

To purchase a copy of the book before the event, click here.

Kara’s Book Launch


This was a big week for my family and the Channel 3 family, as Kara Sundlun launched her book, “Finding Dad.” A big crowd gathered at the historic Mark Twain House to listen to another Hartford writer talk about a book that took her two years to write.


Among those there for the kickoff and signing: many members of the Eyewitness News Team including Denise D’Ascenzo, whom Kara calls her “sister,” and her Better Connecticut co-anchor Scot Haney. Governor Dan Malloy, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and Mayor Pedro Segarra were also on hand to listen to master of ceremonies Susan Campbell conduct a Q and A with Kara, who is also Susan’s former student. Yes, Kara took a course in memoir writing at the Twain House from the former Hartford Courant columnist, who is also a published author.


The book chronicles Kara’s quest to meet her father, the late former governor…

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Book signing events coming up

Kara has two book signing parties coming up and there are still openings for one event.

On Tuesday, Kara will be signing her first book, Finding Dad: From “Love” Child to Daughter at 7 p.m. at The Mark Twain House Museum Center. Kara’s writing teacher Susan Campbell will be in attendance at the event.

The event will help celebrate the new book as well as begin a conversation on healing, faith and love.

Though that event is full, Kara will be having another event in the near future. She will be signing copies of her book at RJ Juila, which is located at 768 Boston Post Rd.in Madison, on Nov. 18. The event is scheduled for 7 p.m.

Anyone interested in attending the event is asked to register here. 

Copies of Kara’s book will be available for purchase for $15.95. However, the event is free to the public.