I enjoyed getting to know my table-mate, Anna Grob and her husband. Her picture book A Coyote Who Wished He Lived in a Zoo will be released October 2012. She not only wrote this book, but illustrated it as well.
After we cleaned up, a group of us were able to go to the local Applebee's for dinner. I really enjoyed talking to my fellow authors. Diana Boone was a delight and I can't wait for her non-fiction book, Growing Up Black in the Jim Crow South to be released in February 2012. Scot Savage and Eric Biech also joined us. They co-authored a horror fiction book entitled Have Vampire Will Travel to be released in January 2013. Sue Durkin (Life is Like Making Chocolate Chip Cookies-nonfiction and available for sale) and her husband John who creates many of the book covers for Weaving Dreams/True Grit, were also there. A great time was had by all.
Other authors who attended but whose books are not yet released are; Caroline Bezik-Boo Boo's Wish (Picture Book, April 2012); Annie Hansen-Give me Chocolate (Cozy Mystery, February 2013); and Lydia Ponczak-Who's After Samantha (Cozy Mystery, May 2012).
Authors who attended the fair whose books have already been released and are available for purchase are; Helen Macie Osterman-Notes in a Mirror(Paranormal Mystery) and Song of the Rails (Romance); Sherry Scarpaci-Lullaby (Mystery Thriller); and Alan Webber-Whipping Post (Contemporary Fiction).
All of the above books are, or will be available after their release dates, at www.weavingdreamspublishing.com.