I’m lucky enough to live near a wonderful little used book store: Dog-Eared Pages. The owners Tom and Melanie go out of their way to
Melanie also writes under the name Anna Questerly. Her latest book, Pangea, is a utopian fantasy that
will make you wish you lived there.
Saturday was their Authorpalooza with twelve local authors displaying their books and fun door prizes offered by each one. Here’s a bit about each of those authors so you can go check out their books yourself.
Leslie Jones writes military romantic suspense. Night Hush is her debut novel and I’m sure we will be seeing many more.
Lizzy Ford has over forty books to her name.
She writes dark, contemporary and teen romance.
Her book about time travel and the West caught my eye.
I also like her blog name: http://www.guerrillawordfare.com/
Alan Black is a prolific multi-genre author. His books include science fiction, historical, Christian and young adult.
Tim Gallen is another new author with an intriguing fantasy novella, Niscene’s Creed.
Science fiction author, T. L. Smith, spent time in the military and uses that experience to add life to her writing.
Tray Goodman is a creative director at Creative Minds Media, LLC. His book Crushing Your Box is a “modern guide to finding your creative positive energy source.” He will be giving a presentation this Thursday, April 23, in Phoenix, Arizona. You can learn more at his website.
Michele Venne is another multi-genre author. Her books include poetry, romantic suspense and historical fiction. I didn’t get a picture of the framed photo/poem I won as a door prize. It will find a special place in my home soon.
Kris Tualla is an energetic historical romance writer who’s slogan is “Norway is the NEW Scotland.” Kris and “friend” are proving that not all hunks wear kilts. She will be making my black fan famous on the cover of her newest novel soon.
V. S. Nelson writes paranormal romance and more. Intrigued by Native American culture and mythology she weaves intriguing stories. I was interested to see a list of writings on other subjects on her web site.
Lynn Rush is a new adult author who also writes under the name Reese Monroe. I also won her door prize, a little safe full of goodies (her little friend Alastair is sitting on top of it in the photo.) Now I’m going to read her book Frostbite to find out what the connection is to the safe.
Local authors are wonderful people and so fun to spend time with. I always learn new things and am amazed at all the talent in our state. Wherever you live take the time to find the local authors and give them a pat on the back for sticking to their dreams.