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Author J Moffet Walker, who wrote Blueprints of Sir Michael and Muh, will be appearing at the Quisenberry Public Library in Clinton, MS on February 16, 2013. We encourage you  to go out and see her!

Place:
Quisenberry Public Library
605 E. Northside Drive
Clinton, MS 39056
(601) 924-5684
http://quisenberrylibrary.com/

Time:
2pm-4pm

Now a resident of Clinton, J. Moffett Walker was born and reared in rural Edwards, Mississippi. She earned a Bachelor’s degree from Jackson State University, Jackson, Mississippi; a Master’s degree in Personnel and Guidance from Purdue University, Hammond, Indiana; and completed an additional 30 hours of coursework at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana. During her elementary school years, she became fascinated with putting words together and rearranging those same words to express different thoughts and feelings. Her parents (who taught her in the elementary grades), her husband, and her three sons all encouraged her to pursue her writing dreams. Moreover, the late Dr. Margaret Walker Alexander inspired her to write, and the late Professor Charles Tinkham motivated her to publish. She currently enjoys speaking to book clubs, schools, churches, and other social groups about writing. Ms. Walker cherishes having had the opportunity to teach English and social studies in McComb, Mississippi, and English and reading in Pine Ridge, South Dakota on an Indian reservation. In Gary, Indiana, she taught English for several years and counseled middle school students for 29 years.

Walker founded the Gary Writers’ Workshop, The Clinton Ink-Slingers Writers Group, and helped four writers to publish their works. The author comments that: “Writing is a gratifying art I truly love to share.” ((bio care of author website))

She has six novels out, and has recently finished a seventh. Read more about her at her websitehttp://www.blueprintsofsirmichael.com/meet-jwalker.asp

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We apologize for the delay in this announcement, and hope to have new news for you soon:

Vampire author Linda C DeLeon has released two books: “Veil of Time” and “Fall Into Darkness”. Her books are available at the Boutique du Vampyre in New Orleans; Book People in Austin, TN; and Acorn Books in Dover, DE.

As part of her celebration of being placed in these stores, she most recent book signing was at Acorn Books in Dover, DE on Friday, Jan. 11th from 5p-8p. Hope you were able to come by and say Hi!

1030 Forest Ave
Ste 114
Dover, DE 19904
(302) 734-9100
http://www.acornbooks.org/

Linda C DeLeon was born in northeast Louisiana and raised in Vicksburg, MS, where she now lives with her husband and son. She works as a registered nurse in the emergency room. It was at work that she began to entertain the idea of writing a book. With the encouragement of other nurses, she began to write. The entertainment she provided them began an obsession for her. It was here that she combined her love of history and fascination of vampires. The new found hobby provided the stress- relief she had been searching for. “Fall Into Darkness” is the prequel to her first book, “Veil Of Time”. ((This bio and her books are courtesy of Author House)).

Visit Linda C. DeLeon on Facebook and on her site at http://www.ldeleonbooks.com or see her at Acorn Books on January 11, 2013!

The voluntary author/artist co-op known as Imagicopter will be celebrating its Third Birthday at the Booksellers at Laurelwood in Memphis, TN on August 23-25, 2011! Come on out Tues/Wed/Thurs from 6p to 8p and see some of the participants as they promote their books and artwork. Thanks to Mrs Dacus for helping organize this Event! Slated to appear are:

Booksellers at Laurelwood in Memphis, TN
387 Perkins Ext
Memphis, TN 38117-3801

Tues Aug 23 from 6p to 8p
A Christopher Drown of A MAGE OF NONE MAGIC
Missa Dixon of INTERVIEWS OF THE ARK
Marvin R. Williamson of KRYPENDORF and PRAGAMORE
Ernest Lawson (artist, did cover for M. R. Williamson’s books)

Wed Aug 24 from 6p to 8p
Robert J. Krog of STONE MAIDEN AND OTHER TALES
Windsong Levitch of LIGHTER SIDE OF DARK
Windsong Levitch will also be the artist

Thurs Aug 25 from 6p to 8p
Jackie Gamber of REDHEART
Luther Knight of MYRTLE BEACH, CACHE RIVER, and others
Herika R Raymer of IMAGYRO MAGAZINE and short stories (BEST LEFT BURIED and DRAGONS COMPOSED)
Sam Flegal, Illustrator of SAM FLEGAL’S WORLD OF STRANGE

Please come out and support your local talent! Laurelwood also has a restaurant area in case you want to read and eat! Come on out and see us!

Laurelwood

A lover of animals, Joy Ward has helped write two touching novels! Interviews from the Ark (available from Kerlak Publishing) is a delightful mix of stories by Joy Ward and Missa Dixon which allows owners to get a peek into what their pets are thinking. Haint: A Tale of Extraterrestrial Intervention and Love Across Time and Space (available from Trafford Publishing) is Joy Ward’s novel about love and the influence pets have on us. Joy Ward will be signing copies of the books at The Pet Set stores in Atlanta, GA. She will be at

The Pet Set
976 Piedmont Ave
Friday Aug 5

The Pet Set
2480 Briarcliff Road #3
Saturday Aug 6

Come out and see her!

Teaser on Haint from http://www.sffmeta.com/showbook?bookNo=963
How did we evolve? Did we have help? In a world torn apart by cataclysmic climate changes, survivors learn answers to these immortal questions as they join together based on their love of various dog breeds. Two voices, the weimaraner Haint and his mistress Amanda, tell the story of how each in their own way come to the realization of what they mean to each other. Along the way, Haint explains how his species came to help humans along in their evolutionary development. Haint also reveals that the world is becoming inhabitable for humans and dogs so he and his kind must make the decision whether to save themselves and what they have learned over the thousands of years on Earth or stay and take their chances with the doomed humans. Amanda, accompanied by her friends Kern and Liddy and their canine familiars Haint and Cloudy, travel across a landscape with violent weather and competing tribes as they look for a way to save their “breed” from drought. During the trip they take on an enigmatic young girl who is much more than she appears. Haint is the story of lives entangled over thousands of years and hundreds of lifetimes as dogs and humans discover the depths of their love for each other.

Teaser on Interviews from http://www.kerlak.com/ark.html
Have you ever wondered what the animals around you are thinking? So did noted interviewer Joy Ward until she teamed up with gifted animal translator Missa Dixon. Dixon has had the ability to understand and communicate with all kinds of animals for as long as she can remember. Now, Dixon and Ward open up a world that few could imagine.
In Interviews from the Ark you’ll meet a Bernese Mountain Dog who helps children learn to read to repay a karmic debt. There’s an opossum who wants to be human. One chinchilla works hard keeping his household calm and centered. Dogs, cats, birds, a tiger, a horse, an alpaca, a beaver, a rat, an elephant and others tell us about their lives, their dreams and their advice.

Want to learn more about the author? Go see her at http://www.joyward.net/!

Interviews

Alexander S. Brown at

In or around Southaven, Mississippi on Sunday, March 27, between 2P and 5P and looking for something to do? See Alexander S. Brown, Allan Wildmon, and Greg Overman at the M. R. Davis Public Library. Be sure to get a copy of Alexander S. Brown’s book, TRAUMATIZED, and have it signed!

March 27, 2011
M.R. Davis Public Library
8554 Northwest Drive
Southaven, MS 38671-2411
662-342-0102

Horror author, Alexander S. Brown will sign copies of his book,TRAUMATIZED. Fee for signed paperbacks are $20.00 ea. This will be a multi-author event, and you are invited.

To learn more, go to the Facebook page:
https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=149276318465844

Alexander S Brown

Horror author Alexander S Brown