Look who's coming to the self-published author gathering
at Malaprop's Bookstore/Cafe.
Sun. Jan. 12, 2014, 3 p.m.
Sheri Wren Haymore: author of A Higher Voice, novel about a failing rock superstar who experiences a new life as well haunting threats when he finds a good woman.
Bill Ramsey: author of Now That I Think about It, a collection of essays about politics, family dynamics, reading, and end of life issues.
Janna Zonder: author of Magenta Rave, in which a gorgeous, multicultural woman detective and her partner track down a vicious femme fatale out to even the score against abusive men.
Keith Ruehl: co-author of A.J. Delmonte of Ten Lessons Learned from Sheep and Shuttles.
Frank Abrams: author of Miami: A Survivor's Tale, gritty true-life stories of his experiences as an attorney in Miami, which he reveals is in decay.
Pana Columbus: author of She Wore Blue Invoking the Water, a memoir of a vision quest; see her TEDx talk.
Wendy Murray from Ecco Qua Press will discuss the work from her publishing company, which just relocated to Asheville from Boston.
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