The Write Pros' Appetizing Authors Series Presents Katy Lee and Nan Rossiter at The Mark Twain House and Museum, 2/13

The Write Pros' Appetizing Authors Series Presents Katy Lee and Nan Rossiter at The Mark Twain House and Museum, 2/13

The Write Pros' Appetizing Authors Series Presents Katy Lee and Nan Rossiter at The Mark Twain House and Museum, 2/13

Connecticut authors Katy Lee and Nan Rossiter will be on hand for an intimate lunch gathering where fans can hear them chat about writing the love stories you love to read noon Friday, Feb. 13. 2015 at the Mark Twain House and Museum.

The authors will appear as part of the Appetizing Authors Series sponsored by The Write Pros to connect readers with authors. The event will feature a buffet lunch, a conversation and audience Q and A with the authors, moderated by CT author Lucinda Secrest McDowell, book signings and door prizes. Tickets, priced at $20 (plus tax and processing) are available online at www.thewritepros.com. Seating is very limited. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

Katy Lee is the author of five published novels. She likes to say she writes higher purpose stories at high speed because her suspenseful romances thrill, inspire, and satisfy the reader-from the edge of their seat. Her Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense novels, WARNING SIGNS and GRAVE DANGER, both received the highest 4 1/2 star rating from Romantic Times Book Reviews. www.KatyLeeBooks.com

Nan Parson Rossiter graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in illustration. After freelancing for several years, she began writing and illustrating books for children, including RUGBY and ROSIE, winner of Nebraska's Golden Sower Award, and most recently, THE FO'C'SLE: Henry Beston's Outermost House. In 2011, Nan published her first novel, THE GIN and CHOWDER CLUB. She is also the author of WORDS GET IN THE WAY, MORE THAN YOU KNOW, UNDER A SUMMER SKY, and a short Christmas story in the anthology, MAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT. Her newest novel, NANTUCKET, will be released in August, 2015. www.nanrossiter.com.

Questions or special dietary needs? Contact writepro@cox.net; 860-653-7733; www.thewritepros.com.

Romances Are In The Air

Lunch and conversation with Connecticut authors Katy Lee and Nan Rossiter who will chat chat about writing the love stories you love to read.

Noon

Friday, Feb. 13, 2015

The Mark Twain House and Museum (classroom), 351 Farmington Ave., Hartford

Tickets: $20 (plus tax and processing) available at www.thewritepros.com

Buffet Lunch, conversation and Q and A with the authors, Door Prizes. Books available for purchase and signing.

Katy Lee is the author of five published novels including WARNING SIGNS and GRAVE DANGER. www.KatyLeeBooks.com

Nan Rossiter writes fiction including WORDS GET IN THE WAY, MORE THAN YOU KNOW, UNDER A SUMMER SKY and children's books. http://www.nanrossiter.com.

More information or special dietary needs? Contact writepro@cox.net; 860-653-7733; www.thewritepros.com. Snow date: Monday, Feb. 16, 2015

More About the Participants

Katy Lee is the author of five published novels. She likes to say she writes higher purpose stories at high speed because her suspenseful romances thrill, inspire, and satisfy the reader-from the edge of their seat. A native New Englander, Katy loves to knit warm wooly things. She enjoys traveling the side-roads and exploring the locals' hideaways. A homeschooling mom of three competitive swimmers, Katy often writes from the stands while cheering them on. Her Harlequin Love Inspired Suspense novels, WARNING SIGNS and GRAVE DANGER, both received the highest 4 1/2 star rating from Romantic Times Book Reviews, making them fantastic keepers! Keep in touch with Katy at her website, www.KatyLeeBooks.com

Nan Parson Rossiter was born in Mount Vernon, New York, and some of her earliest memories include riding a green bike-complete with banana seat and sissy bar-to the Pelham Library which at the time was a tiny, cave-like space tucked beneath Hutchinson Elementary School. It was from the shelves of this library that Nan first discovered the magic of books. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a degree in illustration. After freelancing for several years, she began writing and illustrating books for children, including RUGBY & ROSIE, winner of Nebraska's Golden Sower Award, and most recently, THE FO'C'SLE: Henry Beston's Outermost House. In 2011, Nan published her first novel, THE GIN & CHOWDER CLUB. She is also the author of WORDS GET IN THE WAY, MORE THAN YOU KNOW, UNDER A SUMMER SKY, and a short Christmas story in the anthology, MAKING SPIRITS BRIGHT. Her newest novel, NANTUCKET, will be released in August, 2015. Nan lives in rural Connecticut with her husband, two handsome sons and a black Lab puppy named Finnegan. Visit www.nanrossiter.com.

Moderator Lucinda Secrest McDowell recently released her 11th book, "Live These Words," right here at the Mark Twain House. She is a prolific writer and speaker. Follow her at http://www.EncouragingWords.net.

The WritePros, owned by Lauren Yarger, produces events to promote authors and their books. Lauren, a member of the Drama Desk and The Outer Critics Circle, reviews theater in New York and Connecticut. She writes and reviews for Publishers Weekly and is a member of the National Book Critics Circle. www.TheWritePros.com.

The Mark Twain House and Museum (www.marktwainhouse.org) has restored the author's Hartford, Connecticut, home, where Samuel L. Clemens and his family lived from 1874 to 1891.

Twain wrote his most important works during the years he lived there, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court. For more information, call 860-247-0998 or visit www.marktwainhouse.org.

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