Authors from The Wright Writers of Dayton will be selling their books at The Booksellers at Austin Landing in Miamisburg, Ohio on Saturday, July 23rd from 2pm-5pm.
Books Available for Sale
Author Colleen Green Romance/Suspense Novel Last Words
Jack Hale’s commanding presence and sultry eyes catch Amber’s attention the first time she sees him. She dreams of a future as an executive chef, but from the kitchen of stepfather’s restaurant, she is mesmerized by the dashing man in a stylish business suit. The day he orders dessert and asks her to share it with him, dreams of their life together take hold of her heart. She imagines those few bites of dessert to be the beginning of a storybook romance . . . little does she know what twisted secrets Jack Hale holds. Amber embarks on a journey led by the sensual and dark Jack Hale that test the limits of who she is and who she will become . . .
Author’s website has a pre-order form for signed book to be mailed to you or pickup the day of event. www.colleengreen.info
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Author Marla Cross
Christian Fiction: Cloud of Witnesses
This is an intriguing book about the Cloud of Witnesses who are watching real-life situations being lived out here on Earth. The unique stories keep your interest and are an encouragement to live out your own similar situations God’s way.
Author Vickie L. Weaver
Biography: Dancing in the Stars: Carroll Webster, International Dance Luminary of Vaudeville and Hollywood
A nostalgic, inspiring look into the now mostly extinct world of Vaudeville, Dancing in the Stars is the true story of Carroll Webster, a talented eighteen-year-old who dreams of a professional dance career. With the odds stacked against him, the handsome and charismatic orphan endures four years of grueling 1930s dance marathons for a chance to break into show business.
Children’s Book: My Child, I’ll Still Be Loving You
This book shows in love and fun that the parent-child bond can overcome anything. In the process it has teachable moments such as the real vs. the imaginary, animals, colors, counting, time, rhyme and alliteration, and more. People wherever I go, including to classrooms in nearby schools, call the book “adorable” and educational.
Author Ruth Kibler Peck
Memoir: Poverty, Puberty, & Patriotism: A Dayton Girl Grows up During WWII
Poverty, Puberty, & Patriotism: A Dayton Girl Grows up During WWII By Ruth Kibler Peck is available at Xlibris.com and Amazon.com. Links at bottom of article. This true account of growing up during WWII is written especially for kids 11-18, but good reading for adults, too. In these uncertain times, a true story about living on the home front during WWII shows the unity & love of country our population held in those years.
Book of Prize-Winning Poetry: Rowing Through the Night
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