Rachael McIntosh is one of over 100 Rhode Island authors appearing at the 3rd Annual ARIA Author’s Expo on December 5th. Her Security through Absurdity trilogy will be available, and just reading her bio on Martha Reynolds Writes tells me that her style is crisp, clear and a wild ride. Take a look:
Hope everyone is hanging on for the ride through a whole week full of Rhode Island Authors in one day (night). For me it’s a great way to distract myself from the Sunday Night anxiety many of us face when the work week moves upon us.
Elda Dawber’s award winning book “Wait Til I’m Dead!” is definitely worth reading, so be be sure to check her out at the ARIA Author Expo too- Lincoln Mall on Saturday December 5th.
Debbie Tillinghast writes about a place that is near and dear to me- Prudence Island, Rhode Island. My husband introduced me to Prudence twenty-two years ago, and his family have helped me make it my island as well as theirs. Read about Debbie’s beginnings in Prudence, and check her out at the ARIA Author Expo on December 5th at the Lincoln Mall, with over 100 local authors. And watch for Debbie and me at the Elephant Room in Cranston on December 17th, where we will be reading from our works on Memoir Night.
I love stories about people who have distinguished careers which have nothing to do with being an author, literature or poetry, and then find that writing helps make them complete as a person. That sounds like Becky MacDonell-Yilmaz’s story. But see for yourself, a link to her story is below. And check her out at our ARIA Author Expo on Saturday December 5th.
Deb Halliday does not consider herself an author, but a literary archeologist. She has rescued some wonderful Victorian poems and created a fantastic collection that will be available at the ARIA Author Expo on December 5th. if you are interested in Victorian era poetry this is for you. Even if you aren’t, as I wasn’t, Deb will draw you in with her lively personality and snippets. Click below to learn more.