Thursday, September 21, 2017

Autumn Fest Woonsocket, RI Authors Row OCT, 7,8,9

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

Authors Row at the Harris Public Library, Clinton Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895

AUTUMNFEST
Dates: October 7, 8 & 9 (Columbus Day Weekend)
Hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. (Sat & Sun), 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (Mon)
Fee: $25 per author per day
Location: In the parking lot in front of the Woonsocket Public Library
Address: 303 Clinton Street, Woonsocket, RI
Website: http://www.autumnfest.org
Merchandise: Our agreement with the library states that we may ONLY sell books and other items directly related to those books. No food, clothing, gifts or other merchandise is allowed.
Weather: This is a rain or shine event.


RSVP: If interested, email me at authors@riauthors.org to reserve your space. Please indicate which day (or days) you are available. AFTER your space is confirmed, mail your check (made out to ARIA) to: Steven Porter, 63 Sawmill Road, Chepachet, RI 02814.

It is expected that these spaces will fill quickly. 

 
Let me know if you have any questions. Wayne g. Barber 401-568-4894 or waynewnri@yahoo.com
 
Note: We will need to borrow a few tents and tables for the duration of the weekend. Let me know if you have any available.


Sign up for any of the 10 by 10 pop up sites to sell your books with other RI Authors.


Contact chairman Wayne G. Barber at waynewnri@yahoo.com or my home at 401-568-4894 for all the details. Similar Columbus Day Scituate Art Festival spaces are now sold out so this gives us a second opportunity to showcase our books.

Monday, September 18, 2017

Line Up For 9-19-17

Posted by Wayne G. Barber


News, Book Signings, Expos, Poetry and Publishing Questions

Tentatively scheduled for 9:05 am will be RI Rock Star Author, Jeannette Winters discussing book #4 of the Southern Desires Series, titled  " Southern Regions " and a few announcements of items on her calendar and new book releases.

 E-mail from now through the broadcast at waynewnri@yahoo.com with any comments, questions or congratulations.
Kevin Collins loves the lifestyle of a Marine fighter pilot, fast paced and always on the move. Never one for planting roots, he was the first in line for any mission.

Biochemist Marina Brimlow has been hiding from everyone but the one person she can’t escape: herself. She’s the only one who knows the truth, and the past needs to be dealt with if she ever wants a future. Doing so means risking it all.

When Kevin’s grounded and told to detain Marina in the interest of national security, the terms of engagement aren’t so clear. He has to find the answers they need at any cost. No matter how guilty Marina appears, Kevin finds a battle raging within him, and he’ll do anything to protect her.

When Marina’s life is on the line, she turns to Kevin, the only person she trusts. Once he knows the ugly truth, will the connection they share be broken because of what she’d done or will Kevin find he has even more to fight for?


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Meeting Reminder....

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

PLEASE NOTE: NEW MEETING LOCATION!
The next regular meeting of the Association of Rhode Island Authors will take place on Thursday, September 14, 2017 in the Community Room of the Church of the Advent, Rt.3 at 1395 Nooseneck Hill Road, Coventry. Our guest speaker this month will be Book Editor and Writing Coach Tanya Gold who will be discussing what an editor looks for when evaluating a manuscript, and how they turn that information into helpful feedback.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Line-Up for 9-12-17....

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Book Signings, Expo's, Poetry, Publishing and Author Interviews too !

E-MAIL FROM NOW THRU THE BROADCAST AT WAYNEWNRI@YAHOO.COM

In a gritty New England city, two days before Christmas, a priest is discovered hung up on rocks in a river, murdered. The killer is never found and the case goes cold.
Twenty-eight years later, the perpetrator resurfaces
Obsessed by the Medieval Inquisition’s assault on Cathar heretics, a religious fanatic becomes an avenging angel by subjecting the Dominican brotherhood at a Rhode Island college to the same penances and punishments that their 13th and 14th century counterparts inflicted on the Lanquedoc’s unbelievers.
An unsolved case is re-openned
Police detective Georgette Duby, saddled with serious domestic baggage, stalks the murderer. Trip Allen, an amateur historian holding the key to the perp’s identity, aids her only to have the tables turned on them.

Thursday, September 7, 2017

What I am reading now.....

Posted by Wayne G. Barber


The year is 1968
In a gritty New England city, two days before Christmas, a priest is discovered hung up on rocks in a river, murdered. The killer is never found and the case goes cold.
Twenty-eight years later, the perpetrator resurfaces
Obsessed by the Medieval Inquisition’s assault on Cathar heretics, a religious fanatic becomes an avenging angel by subjecting the Dominican brotherhood at a Rhode Island college to the same penances and punishments that their 13th and 14th century counterparts inflicted on the Lanquedoc’s unbelievers.
An unsolved case is re-openned
Police detective Georgette Duby, saddled with serious domestic baggage, stalks the murderer. Trip Allen, an amateur historian holding the key to the perp’s identity, aids her only to have the tables turned on them

Monday, September 4, 2017

Author Line-Up for 9-5-17

Posted by Wayne G. Barber

News, Book Signings, Poetry, Expo's, Publishing Questions and Author Interviews too !


E-mail from now through the broadcast at waynewnri@yahoo.com


Tentatively Scheduled for 9:05am will be Rhode Island Author Gerard Labrecque
and we will discuss " The Crack of Dawn "  Some things should never be opened !