Local Authors Book Buzz!

I will be participating is a fun and lively event scheduled for this Saturday February 28th, from 11:00-1:00. If you're in the area, I would love to see you!


Pybus Market Announces
Local Authors Event Saturday, February 28 11am to 1pm

“Think Local Authors First” event will be held at Pybus Market, Saturday, February 28 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM with 10 local authors showcasing their books, a “Book Buzz” and prizes donated by Pybus Market. This event, sponsored by A Book for All Seasons and Write On the River, is a semi-annual event at Pybus Market.

From Science Fiction and Fantasy to Regional and Children's books, you will find a book you can take home … and a chance to visit with the author.

Award winning Kay Kenyon and Trish McCallan, well-loved children author Robert Wells and first-time author Dan Gemeinhart highlight the impressive field of local writers.

“Pybus Market is about local people and local products, so this event plays wonderfully into that theme,” said Steve Robinson, executive director of Pybus Market.  “The authors event was the brainchild of author Kay Kenyon and will help showcase the enormous writing talent we have in our region,” added Robinson.  

Participating authors and their books include:

>>> Kay Kenyon: Queen of the Deep and A Thousand Perfect Things–Fantasy
>>> Dan Gemeinhart’s The Honest Truth is a moving, fast-paced adventure about a boy, his dog, and the adventure of a lifetime.
>>> Adrastus Rood offers Manly Hero, “A fun fairy-tale fantasy that should please fans of The Princess Bride,” says Kirkus Reviews.
>>> Award-winning Trish McCallan shares her latest high octane romantic thrillers including Forged in Fire, Forged in Ash, and Spirit Woods
>>> In Stan Morse’s spy thriller Goering’s Gold, an assassin must choose between the perfect cover—presumed death—or thwarting shadowy forces searching for an extraordinary cache of Nazi gold. Morse also shares his Vietnam-era coming-of-age novel, Brothers of Summer.
>>> Liz Fountain: The Alien’s Guide to World Domination–Fiction
>>> Heather Murphy: Journal ( and Cards)–Art
>> P. S. Rowland: Lest We Forget Life’s Passion–Poetry
>>> Robert E. Wells: Can We Share the World with Tigers?–Children’s Science
>>> Paul Roberts: The Impulse Society–Current Affairs

For additional information, contact:
Steve Robinson:

Jenny Napier: 
509-741-9044 or jenny.napier@pybusmarket.org

Mike Cattin: 

About Pybus Market

Pybus Market is built in the historic Pybus steel warehouse located next to the Columbia River at the foot of Orondo Street in Wenatchee.  The property is a year-‘round marketplace for restaurants, wine, fruit and vegetable vendors and local craftsmen. It also serves as the permanent home for Wenatchee Valley Farmer’s Market.  Pybus Market is a private-public partnership between Pybus Market Charitable Foundation, the City of Wenatchee and the Port of Chelan County.  Pybus Market opened May 11, 2013.

Posted on February 23, 2015 .