Local Author Showcase - July
Local Author Showcase
Lone Tree Library
Sunday, July 20 2pm
Come enjoy light refreshments as you listen to local authors talk about their books! The authors presenting include: Gail Mencini, Ingrid Pyka for Marianne Pyka, Robert Tasler, Scott Collins, and C.M. Meert. Registration is required.
The authors will each have 5 minutes to discuss their work; a book sale and signing will follow. For more information on the local author showcase series or to apply, email Lisa Casper at email@example.com.
“To Tuscany with Love”
Can one college semester abroad change the course of your life? During a whirlwind summer, while uncovering the charms of Italy, eight college students—four men and four women—discover both friendship and love. Returning to Italy thirty years later, their dreams, anger, secrets, disappointments, and regrets send them on a startling collision course that none of them could have predicted.
“Mish & Tish and Mama's Brush”
Mish & Tish and Mama's Brush is a fun and refreshing story about Mish and Tish looking for something that et in a simple rhyming pattern, the story is easy to follow and creatively encourages children to come up with their own ideas too. Start the journey with Mish and Tish as they explore everything around them and share their joy of discovery. Boys and girls alike will love to see the many things these two loveable brothers find - and be stimulated to come up with imaginative ideas of their own!
Robert L. Tasler
“Daily Walk with Jesus”
Brief Christian devotional thoughts for each day, based on the practical application of a Bible verse. The author delivers a daily dose of humor, provocation and sentimentality while cleverly revealing God's word in each daily devotional reading. He will also talk about his book, Daily Word from Jesus.
Daniel and Aidan have spent their lives apart from the rest of the kingdom of Castiglias and its subjects. For the last three years, they have been left with only each other for company since King Argyle's men came and took their parents to be slaves. The boys' survival has been dependent on the lessons learned from their parents, as well as their own unique powers.
Charlotte C.M. Meert
Loyalty to a cause has a high price. Aleksei knows it all too well. He paid it as a child, and it will haunt him for the rest of his life. Now, on a mission far from home, everything he has ever believed in, everything he has been taught, that he has killed for, is going to be challenged. From sun-warmed coast of California to the frozen plains of Siberia, a costly war will be waged. Allies will turn into enemies, brother will fight brother, and only the strongest and bravest will survive the turning of the world. Will Aleksei have what it takes? Or will he fall to the enemy's wrath?