A Summer of Fun with the DOP Authors Around Town gang!

It was an exciting summer for the Dark Oak Press authors as they appeared in new Dark Oak Press Authors Around Town events. Authors Kristi Bradley, Robert J. Krog, Herika R. Raymer, Wes Yahola, & Pat Sawtelle had lots of fun meeting readers and exploring where they get their ideas, why they write in specific genres, or discussing the voices in a writer’s head.

They opened their fun with a June appearance at Book Stop Plus in Bartlett. July found Robert and Herika at South Main Book Juggler talking about Explaining the Unexplainable with Fiction. In early August the new Two Rivers Bookstore hosted Pat and Herika telling customers about the ways the Mid-South appears in fiction. Then in late August, South Main Book Juggler hosed Kristi and Pat talking on Suspense vs Cozy Tension in Fiction.

Two Rivers hosted us again featuring Wes, Robert and Kristi having lively discussions with customers on Folklore & Fiction. The final event of this first round of fun came in late September where all the authors appeared at the Germantown Community Library having a laughingly fun discussion about how the Mid-South appears in their writing. That discussion quickly expanded to plotter versus pantser fun and a surprise visit by the always funny Allan Gilbreath.

We encourage you to explore all the places Dark Oak Press authors and artists are showing up like Geek Tank Radio, the new It’s All About Writing classes and through the many wonderful books they’ve written. Books are available in print or electronic format for your enjoyment.

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