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Celebrate Authors 2022 will be held 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, at Thomas Branigan Library, 200 E. Picacho Ave., with nearly 50 local and regional artists participating.
A few slots are left in this year’s event for authors who have had books published in 2020, 2021 and/or 2022, said event organizer Alice B. Davenport.
Here are more of this year’s participating authors.
Thomas’ latest book is “The Frank W. Angel Report on the Death of John H. Tunstall.” Angel’s 395-page, hand-written report of Oct. 3, 1878 “on Tunstall’s unprovoked, sadistic murder is published for the first time after 144 years in this book,” Thomas said. “It includes the testimony of the men present at the brutal killing – including Billy the Kid’s eye-witness account – and the violent consequences that followed.”
Thayer’s other books include, “The Aztec UFO Incident,” “Cobston Trilogy: The Ontario Horror,” “Terror Tales of the Southwest” and “The Whispering.”
Archer also has published a bilingual, educational coloring book of dogs, cats and other pets and “I, Julius King of the Castle,” a collection of cozy mysteries featuring an Angora cat, Labrador and mouse. In “Nuttin’ Butt Dawgs,” all her dog stories are gathered into one book.
“My advice for other writers is to join a critique group and accept constructive criticism,” Archer said.
A powerlifting national champion, finding peace and happiness assisting others, Jim King is a West Point graduate and retired U.S. Army officer. He coached the U.S. Army Europe Championship Wrestling Team in 1976 and was the 1992 American drug-free deadlift national champion.
Lori Ann King is the author of “Come Back Strong” and “Balanced Wellness After Surgical Menopause” and a two-time contributor to “Chicken Soup For the Soul.”
Zenker’s advice to writers is, “Use writing prompts and timed writings; polish your work and send it off to contests. Write a story each week and within a year you will have enough for two or three collections.”
Contact Davenport at 575-527-1411, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or come to Moonbow's Book Nook, 225 E Idaho #32.