Mags and I spent the fourth of July at the Oswego County Fair at the "Local Authors" section of the fairgrounds. In addition to meeting some amazing people as they walked through the building and stopped to visit, our day was made all the more enjoyable because of the company we kept in our section. I want to introduce you to the local authors who spend the 4th of July at the fair with me.
~ Little Ol' Me ~
To order either of my books, click on the photo to the left or visit Amazon.com.
"Lisa M. Buske's sister, Heidi M. Allen was kidnapped on April 3, 1994 never to be seen or heard from again. God has taken a tragic instance of her life and transformed it into a life saving occurrence. She writes with passion and out of obedience for the God who saved her knowing others need to hear her story.
Her life proves it is possible to survive when God is part of the equation. Lisa's husband Ed, daughter, Mary and her parents serve as Lisa's team as she writes and speaks. Lisa's faith in God and dedication to family motivate and inspire her to do and be the best woman, wife, mother, and sister she can be."
~ Meet Alyshia Hull ~
To read Alyshia's book, One Thousand Miles - click on the phono to to the right or visit Amazon.com
"Three Words That Seem So Simple Are Now The Hardest To Say I Need You. . . Alicia Jean Tipmen faces her biggest fear yet her eighth grade year. But when her new classmate and teacher step in her world may change forever. When one promise is not made this family could be separated for life. Its now up to the students to do the unthinkable but will they go to far?"
~Meet Eileen Parsons ~
To read Eileen's book, The First Rose of Summer, click on the photo to the left or visit Amazon.com.
"At twenty-six, Paul Matthews has attained wealth, position, and popularity as a financial manager in one of New York’s leading companies. His life of fast cars, expensive restaurants, and beautiful women is the envy of his peers and one he believes will keep him satisfied—until Brooke comes into his life. Brooke’s beauty captures his attention the moment he sets eyes on her. Her intelligence, talent, and strong character cause him to consider what part she may play in his life. Her strong faith, however, reminds him of a past he has long tried to forget, one he rejected long ago and to which vowed never to return."
~ Meet Nancy Henderson ~
To learn more about Nancy and the books she writes click on the photo to the left or visit amazon.com.
"Hello! I'm Nancy Henderson, and I write historical and paranormal romance. Sometimes I combine the two. History is my first love, and I'm currently delving into a brand new series starring five brothers and the women who melt their hearts. http://www.always-a-story.com"
~ Meet Margaret Streitenberger ~
To learn more about Margaret and her illustrator, click on the photo to the right for a direct link to her website.
"Magaret Streitenberger worked as a teacher and an accountant. As an adult she chose to share her home with various animals whom she found to be wise, witty, companionable, intrusive, creative and entertaining. She loved reading stories that included animals, especially if the cat or dog helped to solve a mystery. Margaret began her dream of book publishing in 2010 by becoming an independent publisher. She currently has authored and published 3 books available locally and from this website and was a contributing author in Driftwords: Poems, Stories and Essays from The Denim Poets Society, a literary anthology by writers of Oswego, NY, 2012.
Margaret can be reached at: email@example.com
~ Meet A.L. Daniels ~
To order A. L. Daniels recent release, Breaking the Silence, click on the photo to the left or visit Amazon.com.
"In a single moment Kate's life was changed forever. After learning that her
autistic daughter had been abused at the hands of her twelve-year-old brother, Kate Rose spent years trying to cope with her family's tragedy. She nearly gave up hope when the justice system refused to protect her daughter and was exhausted at the long, drawn-out trial that seemed to go nowhere. Years later she is finally able to put the past behind her and becomes an advocate for those still living in silence. Taking the stage at the End Violence Against Women Conference, Kate tells the audience how she lived through the worst years of her life, and offers hope to victims still living with their secret."
~ Meet Tracy L Kinne ~
To order Tracy's books click on the photo to the right or visit Amazon.com. A special note about Tracy, she is one of the reporters who covered my sister's disappearance for the Post Standard in 1994. I was overwhelmed and didn't know what to say, but...thank you!
"Tracy Kinne, a graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, has been a journalist for nearly three decades. She is a writer and editor, and author of "On Sale: Employers Get Good Workers Dirt Cheap," a memoir of her four years working as a cashier and sales associate at a big box store."
I was encouraged, inspired, and blessed to spend the day with these wonderful authors and women. I hope you'll visit their sites too.
Lisa M Buske
P.O. Box 323