Kentucky Writers Book Sales 2007

Fairies of Spencer�s Meadow Fairytales by SHARON HACKNEY FOWLER

 Fairies of Spencer Meadow are of a magical place somewhere in time that only exist for the Troley Believers. There, along with their woodland animals, life is full of everyday magic and fun. The flower's hall is the key of magic for the meadow and the fairies. But if the Evil Rasella finds the Golden Key she will rule over the meadow.


Catherine Seiberling Pond is an architectural historian, writer, and former house museum manager. She has contributed to Old-House Interiors, New England Home, and Victoria, among other magazines, and maintains a blog on domestic life at www.inthepantry.blogspot.com.  Enchanted with pantries since childhood, Catherine has designed several in the 1813 New England home she shares with her husband and three children.

For more information on The Pantry and Catherine Pond, please visit www.catherinepond.com and www.inthepantry.blogspot.com


Lexington Mystery Author Takes Top Honors

Lexington, KY - April 5, 2007 - Preditors & Editors, a well-respected Internet site known for offering writers up to date information about the publishing industry has announced it's winners for the 2006 Readers Poll. Lexington, Kentucky author Linda S. Prather has taken the mystery genre by surprise. Her debut novel, THE GIFTS: A Jacody Ives mystery, recently took 2nd Place in the Novel category in the Readers Poll. Ms. Prather's psychological suspense offers readers a chilling glimpse into the mind of the wicked, and is making its way into reader's hearts and onto their keep shelves. Drawing from her own eclectic background, Ms. Prather utilizes her awareness of dreams and auras as a foundation for her paranormal writing.

 Gritty and awash with drama, THE GIFTS is just that, a gift. Linda Prather mesmerizes readers with her sharp writing style and character driven prose.  Karen Syed, president of Echelon Press says, "I anticipate this being a chilling read to take the edge off the remaining hot summer nights."

Linda Prather, a dynamic personality, is available for author events, workshops, and interviews.  For more information and to secure your event date, please contact Karen Syed.

VISIT THE AUTHOR: www.myspace.com/giftofdreams or www.prather-author.com
Escape the Ordinary with Echelon Press!


Country Miles are Longer than City Miles, by Craig Royce, is a sort of Kentucky Foxfire that examines with reverence about 20 of the state�s artisans and their work


Royce�s book is a genuine artcraft of its own kind, a lovingly carved little piece of work that exudes vibrant enthusiasm from every page.  It is good to see ourselves as others see us.  In this case, it can bring us back to some sense of ourselves.


Commitment to excellence is a rare enough quality in most any human undertaking, and it is this quality that Craig Evan Royce is concerned with in Country Miles are Longer than City Miles.


-Review by Don Edwards

Herald-Leader Literary Columnist

The Lexington Herald-Leader


Finding the Fifties is a nostalgic ride for the Class of '55, Carlisle High School, Carlisle, Kentucky and for everyone who recalls those years of fun.  Starry nights at the local drive-in, memories of school dances, humorous happenings in class and daunting first dates were just a few of the experiences that made up those unforgettable years.  Journey with Don Dampier down memory land to those fabulous fifties and relive some of your own adventure through his remarkable classmates.


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