2017 Visiting Authors
OPEN HOUSE with author BECKY RULE
Book Signing by
Local Author: CAROLYN CUTLER HUGHES - Saturday, June 17, from 10:30 a.m. until noon
Local author Carolyn Cutler Hughes held a book signing at the library on Saturday, June 17.. She is the author of “Fat Kitty For President,” “The Lie,” “The Living Tree,” “My Butterfly,” “Rainbow Bridge,” and “Through God’s Eye.” You can read about her books at www.carolyncutlerhughes.com.
Carolyn is an Adjunct Early Childhood Education Professor; she has also been a Kindergarten Teacher, Preschool Teacher, and Preschool & Childcare owner. She received her M.Ed. in 1995 and her Post Masters Graduate Certificate ~ Early Childhood Teacher in 2015.
She lives in central New Hampshire with her husband and three older sons. She enjoys x-country skiing, biking, and spending time with her animals and her family during her spare time.
Newsroom Pulp Fiction . . .was the topic on
Tuesday, June 6th, from 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the library
Authors Adi Rule, Jeff Deck, and Stephen Wilk, with publisher George Geers spent the evening at the Chesley Memorial Library discussing the beginnings of Pulp Fiction, the creative process of each author. Each author did a reading from their stories.
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Vol 2 of Murder Ink, a short story anthology of newsroom pulp fiction, is out now!
Saturday, April 29, from 10:00-11:00 a.m
Saturday, April 8 10:30-11:30 a.m
LOCAL AUTHOR BREE GUNTER
January 25. Gunter read her newly published children’s book “Buttertoast the Pirate Goat: Adventure on the High Seas.”
Young Trinity assisted her with sound effects for bells, whistles and character voices. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed this story and are looking forward to hearing more about Captain Buttertoast and Jelly.
“Good children’s stories can put the reader right into the story, and that’s what I’ve tried to do,” Gunter said. “I hope the readers can imagine being right there with Buttertoast as he navigates his pirate ship around the world.”
Gunter self-published her book on Amazon.com and is in the process of writing a sequel. Books will be available for purchase at the signing at a cost of $9.95; payment by either check or cash will be accepted. Contact the Chesley Memorial Library at 942-5472 for further information.