Ray Anderson’s latest AWOL Thriller, Sierra is selling out and garnering rave reviews. Available at independant bookstores, B&N, and online.
Anita A. Caruso will be selling her books: A memoir, As Ever, Pudd; two children’s books, Brayden’s Magical Jungle and Brayden’s Magical Carousel Horse at the 30th Annual Cape Cod Tech Holiday Craft Fair, 351 Pleasant Lake Avenue, Harwich, Ma. on Saturday, November 12th and Sunday, November 13th from 10am to 4pm.
Anita A. Caruso and Barbara Eppich Struna The Old Cape Series will be selling their books at the 22nd Annual Arts Fair Upper Cape Tech, Buzzards Bay on Sat.& Sun.- Nov. 19 & 20, 10am -3:30pm and Dennis-Yarmouth Women’s Club, West Dennis Graded School House, 67 School Street on Saturday,November 26th from 9:30am-4pm.
Jim Coogan will be launching his first novel, Sears Point, at the Brewster Book Store on Saturday November 12th from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The 234 page story centers on a character who lives through a century of change in Brewster. During his life time Washington Foster Sears experiences the transition of his small and rural Cape Cod town, the kind of community featured in the many novels by Joseph C. Lincoln, to the growth-related challenges that have affected the peninsula in our own time. Featuring universal themes relating to change and aging, Sears Point is a Cape Cod story for Cape Cod people written by a person who has lived here for seven decades. Sears Point is Coogan’s 10th book and is published by Harvest Home Books. www.harvesthomebooks.com
Melanie P. Merriman, PhD has launched a new website (www.holdingthenet.com) in connection with her recently completed memoir Holding the Net: Caring for Mom on the Tightrope of Aging. Both the website and the book address the growing issue of adult children parenting their aging parents, and both offer information and validation. The central message is that uncertainty and confusion are normal when caring for aging parents, even for the author who is a recognized expert in quality of care at the end of life.