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New Jersey Authors' Network Present at Hunterdon County Public Library
Members of the New Jersey Authors' Network will share tips and information on getting published in today’s market, Sunday, May 20th at 2:00 PM at the Hunterdon County Public Library.
Join New Jersey Authors Network members, Jon Gibbs, Helen Henderson, Chris Redding, Donna Galanti, Rachel Haimowitz and Saverio Monachino for a fun, informative discussion on different approaches to writing, and the various options available to writers for getting published in today’s market. Each presenter brings their own experiences to the talk.
Henderson's 2012 releases from Burst Books include two fantasy novels. Dragon Destiny and Windmaster Legacy. Gibb’s debut novel, Fur-Face, a middle grade fantasy for boys from Echelon Press, was nominated for a Crystal Kite Award. Among Chris Redding's works is A View to a Kilt, an Echelon Press release. Donna Galanti is the author of the dark novel A Human Element, a March 2012 release from Echelon Press. Saverio Monachino is author of the Inspector Gervais series. Rachel Haimowitz’s latest release is Power Play: Resistance.
The program is open to the public. The Hunterdon County Public Library is located at 314 State Highway 12, Bldg. #3, Flemington NJ. Visit the library website (http://www.hclibrary.us/
About New Jersey Authors' Network : Open to New Jersey authors of any genre (including those who are self-published, or whose work is part of an anthology), the New Jersey Authors' Network is a free to join, free to use, organization of authors based in the Garden State Learn more about NJ Authors' Network at http://www.njauthorsnetwork.com.
About Helen Henderson: A published author, feature-story writer and correspondent, Henderson has also written fiction as long as she could remember. Her heritage reflects the contrasts of her Gemini sign and shows in her writing which crosses genres from historical adventures and westerns to science fiction and fantasy. Her current releases are Dragon Destiny, a fantasy from Burst Books and Windmaster Legacy, a sequel to her 2011 novel, Windmaster. A western written under the pen name of her ancestress, Jessie Treon, was released November 2011 in the Dreamspell Goddess Anthology. To learn more about Helen or read excerpts of her current works, visit her on the web at http://helenhenderson-
About the Panel: Visit members on the web at their websites or blogs. Jon Gibbs http://www.hclibrary.us/