Larry Paladino, a longtime Associated Press editor is one of the authors that will be featured at this Saturdays "Local Author Fair." Paladino will share his new book, "Thank You for Fighting the Bad People," which is a historical remembrance of Airborne activities in Vietnam. He also edited the annual Detroit Tiger's Yearbook for many years.
Longtime veteran author, Joel Thurtell will also be there to illustrate his children's book, "Mouse Code."
Former local newspaper publisher, W. Edward Wendover will present, "Murder At The Penniman Deli," his new fiction. As well, Sarah Notebaert with present, "Sullen Ground," that's set in Plymouth, Michigan.
Other authors that are scheduled to appear include, Dianne Griswold, Leis Dauzet-Miller, Ryan Ennis, Brenda Dziedzic, Linda Clancy-Kaminski, Robert Omilian and Helen Woo, all in which have new books.
The setting for this event will be casual, and should be a great opportunity to mingle, meet and enjoy conversations with published writers.
This is the fifth year for the event, that takes place this Saturday, March 16 from 1 till 3pm at the Plymouth District Library. For more information: www.plymouthlibrary.org