Authors to share “Inspiration to Publication”
Westborough – Five local authors will share tales of their personal journey from “Inspiration to Publication” at Tatnuck Bookseller, Sunday, Jan. 19, from 1-3 p.m. The authors will also read selections from their books.
The five authors are:
Stephanie Brockway ?-”The Mystic Phyles: Beasts”
Brockway is a designer, writer and artist. She has been working in the publishing industry for over 20 years, designing, art directing and marrying pictures with words. Her first book, a middle grade illustrated novel called, “The Mystic Phyles:Beasts,” was born from her need to find magic in the mundane.
Jan Krause Greene – “I Call Myself Earth Girl”
Greene describes herself as a writer, activist and lover of the earth. She is currently working on the sequel to her first novel and is also writing a non-fiction book about a man who suffered traumatic brain injury during a hit and run accident.
Zorina Frey – “The Right Way to Self-Publish”
Frey operates I.W.A. Publishing Services, where since 2006 she consults with aspiring writers and experts to help them publish books in their area of expertise.? She has worked on the editorial board for Indiana University South Bend's Michiana Monologues nonprofit organization. There, she served under various titles as president, director, editor, and public relations associate since 2009.
Sharron Kahn Luttrell -”Weekends with Daisy”
Kahn Luttrell is a freelance writer and journalist whose work has appeared in publications including the Boston Globe. She continues to volunteer for NEADS as a weekend puppy raiser, and will donate a portion of the proceeds from her memoir, “Weekends with Daisy” to NEADS.
Kathleen O’Malley – “Messages from Within: Finding Meaning in Your Life Experiences”
O’Malley is an integrative wellness chiropractor and has authored two non-fiction books, “Messages from Within: Finding Meaning in Your Life Experiences” and “Messages from Children and What They can Teach Grown-ups.”
Tatnuck Bookseller is located at the Westborough Shopping Center, Route 9 and Lyman Street.
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