The Hidden World: Writing for the Young Adult Market with Author Schuyler J. Ebersol

Author Schuyler J. Ebersol will discuss his writing process and relate his experiences with the publication process at the Oliver Wolcott Library on Wednesday, May 7 from 7:00- 8:00 p.m.
 
 
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* Litchfield - Connecticut - US

LITCHFIELD, Conn. - April 27, 2014 - PRLog -- Author Schuyler J. Ebersol is only in his first year of college, but already he’s a very prolific writer with an incredible story. In his first book, The Hidden World: The Age of Tolerance (Book One), Nate Williams is found wandering in the woods at the age of six.  Raised by a loving family, he suffers from a heart attack at seventeen, triggering profound changes that allow him to transform into a wolf. Nate is sent to Noble College, where these transformations are normal. When a series of murders around the country threaten the secrecy of the hidden world, Nate realizes there is more going on at Noble than meets the eye.

In this talk, Schuyler will discuss his writing process- everything from his inspirations to his methods. He will also relate his experiences with the publication process including how he found an agent and publisher, and how to market your book.

At a very early age, Litchfield resident Schuyler Ebersol had a great love of writing and using his imagination to create worlds both on and off paper. He graduated from the Washington Montessori School and attended the Hotchkiss School. While there he came down with a debilitating illness that caused him to take several medical leaves.  It was during one of these leaves that he began writing his first novel, The Hidden World. Since then he has written five additional novels. Today he attends the University of Virginia where his interests include International Relations and Architecture. Visit his website at www.schuylerjebersolbooks.com.

Light refreshments will follow the event. The author will provide books for signing and for purchase. All Oliver Wolcott Library events are free and open to the public. Space is limited. Registration is required and can be done by calling 860-567-8030 or logging onto www.owlibrary.org and clicking on Programs/Adult Programs.

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