Noblesville author holds local signing

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Bill Kenley stands with a 2014 NHS grad, Jacqui Lang, before signing her book. (Photo by Anna Skinner)

Bill Kenley stands with a 2014 NHS grad, Jacqui Lang, before signing her book. (Photo by Anna Skinner)

By Anna Skinner

On Aug. 7 at Barnes and Noble in Noblesville, Noblesville High School teacher Bill Kenley hosted a book signing for his new novel, “High School Runner (Freshman)” from 6 to 8 p.m.

Kenley signed with a publisher to write three more novels. The book was written four summers ago, and Kenley found a publisher two years later. The novel became available this spring.

“I wrote this because I coach cross country,” Kenley said. “I ran myself and coached for 10 years as an assistant. I loved the sport and loved the athletes, and just felt like I had some good funny stories to tell. I had something to say about why runners run.”

Kenley’s book has received rewarding reviews from Runner’s World and Kirkus Reviews. The book is set in a fictional town based off Noblesville in central Indiana.

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