Hudson Local Author Fair
Saturday, April 27 2019 @ 2pm-4pm
Short presentations begin at 2pm; Q&A sessions to follow
Is there a local author you have been wanting to ask a question about their latest or upcoming book? The Hudson Local Author Fair is a two-hour event for people of all ages to meet and speak with published writers in Massachusetts. Authors are available to mix-and-mingle with the public, sell-and-sign copies of their book, and discuss their work with interested community members.
Authors included fiction writers (children’s, teen and adult), nonfiction writers and those who were self-published. Our goal is connect local readers with local authors. There will be a selection of books available for purchase.
See below for more information about the authors.
Meet the Authors:
Joseph Bebo is a fiction author out of Hudson, Massachusetts, where he has lived with his wife, Kathy, for the past forty years. He has published nine full-length fiction novels, in a variety of genres, including historical fiction and adventure (Lake, Land, and Liberty, Family Legends – the Charbonneau Letter, The Shot), techno-thrillers with computer and music themes (Stricken, Bach Again, Lamp of the Gods, Altered Realities), and horror, with ghosts and vampires (The Shivering, My Terrible Mistress). He has also written a non-fiction account of his summer playing drums with Van Morrison in 1968. Joe is currently working on a non-fiction book about a Special Needs boy named Alex, who despite his severe disability had an incredibly full and active life. Joe has a Bachelor’s Degree in Music Composition from Berklee College of Music, and a Master’s in Computer Science from Boston University. He loves history and science and has taught both music and the martial arts.
Gledé Browne Kabongo writes gripping psychological thrillers—unflinching tales of deception, secrecy, danger and family. She is the author of the Fearless Series, Swan Deception, Conspiracy of Silence, and Mark of Deceit. Her love affair with books began as a young girl growing up in the Caribbean, where her town library overlooked the Atlantic Ocean. She was trading books and discussing them with neighbors before Book Clubs became popular. Gledé holds a Master’s degree in Communications, and was a featured speaker at the 2016 Boston Book Festival. She leads workshops on publishing and the craft of writing. She lives outside Boston with her husband and two sons. https://www.gledekabongo.com
Are you an author who lives in/around Massachusetts and interested in being a part of the fair? Contact Gwen Junghanss: firstname.lastname@example.org