In Judy’s novels, she walks the line of politics, prophecy, and history in edgy, suspenseful, and gripping page-turners. Judy will talk about the writing process, research, and learning to market.
A man spends more than twenty years in prison for murder without a grand jury indictment for his arrest. Now at the age of eighty-three, he represents the longest-running fight for exoneration on record in America.
Thomas Sweetser, SJ will share information related to his most recent book, Can Francis Change the Church? How American Catholics Are Responding To His Leadership.
This eagerly anticipated follow-up to the breakout memoir How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century delves more deeply into the themes of family, community, grief, and the struggle to make a place in the world when your very identity is considered suspect.
During this presentation you will learn about the Kaukauna Paranormal Research Team, paranormal terminology, famous case files and the specific case files from KPRT experiences in the field. Some of these case files are featured in their book, A Paranormal Journey: The True Cases of the Kaukauna Paranormal Research Team.
If you didn’t already know, Carolyn Keene, of the famous Nancy Drew mystery series, is not a real person, but the brain child of one of the country’s most prolific writers for children.
Join us for a discussion with award-winning thriller authors, Jennifer Hillier and Hank Phillippi Ryan as they share their experience writing mysteries and answers questions about anything and everything for aspiring authors.