Friday, July 12, 2019

Authors Hour Line-Up for 7-16-19

Posted by Wayne G Barber


News, Signings, Releases, Poetry, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews too !


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Author Sheryl Lynn Kimball will discuss, The Witch's Antidote, Book 1, Abigail's Curse

Monday, July 8, 2019

AUTHOR HOUR LINE-UP FOR 7-9-19

Posted by Wayne G. Barber 

News, Publishing Questions, Poetry, Signings and Author Interviews too !


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About the Story
The story follows an insecure pup on a very important day – puppy pickup day, when all the pups meet their new families. Kids identify with the puppy who has trouble fitting in and keeping up with his siblings. He wanders off and gets lost and needs help from his friends to make it back in time for puppy pickup. The little Labradoodle discovers the power of kindness, friendship and love as he perseveres through the challenges in this heartwarming story. More importantly, he learns that he is perfect just the way he is.

Great gift for kids struggling with self-confidence, early readers and dog / puppy / labradoodle lovers.

Monday, July 1, 2019

Authors Hour Line-Up 7-2-19

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Poetry, Publishing Questions, New Releases, Best Sellers List and Author Interviews too !

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Monday, June 24, 2019

Author Line-Up for 6-25-19

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Signings, Poetry, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews too !

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9:05am  Author Lucille Benoit will discuss her Award winning book.." Come Bos " a novel



It takes just a split second of inattention to tear Jerry Duggan away from a lifetime of caring for his herd of Jersey cows. The dairy farm's best chance for survival is a young man who has done a tour of duty on a battlefield and finds similarities... life and death situations with hidden dangers. To save the farm he'll need to master the give and take dance with the cows at the heart of the job. Can his choices bring him satisfaction and serenity or will they lead him to loss and tremendous heartache?

This is a book that has been a lifetime in the writing. Few have had the milk stool in the barn that I've been priviledged to have for more than 30 years. I have milked good cows, bad ones, clean ones and messy ones, the ones who are the best and brightest and the ones who have died from incurable diseases. Both my work on dairy farms and writing for local newspapers about farms in three Nerw England states form the basis of this fictionalized story of people, places and bovines. This book also is a warning about the consequences of not assuring our food supply stays local, plentiful and safe, and about the need to continue the American heritage of local farms and food.

Primarily, however, this book is a love story to cows. The hope is that it initiates a discussion of how we have treateed them and the farmers who care for them.

Follow the journey to support, retain and even bring back dairy farms at www.keepthecows.com

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Shrewsbury Author Showcase & Book Signing in Shrewsbury, Mass.for Dad's and Grad's

Posted by Wayne G. Barber &  Photo, Facebook Share & Wayne G. Barber Collection.


Hope to see you there !        Click on Photo to enlarge.

What a Great Group of Local Authors at the Showcase !