Award-winning author Ann Charles will be making a visit to the West Unity Library on August 5th at 6 pm. She will be promoting her new book “Better off Dead in Deadwood”. Her other books will also be available to purchase. There will be a book signing and refreshments.
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Ann Charles writes romantic mysteries that are splashed with humor. According to her biography on her website, “A member of Sisters in Crime, the Guppies, and Romance Writers of America for many moons, Anne Charles has a B.A. in English with an emphasis on creative writing from the University of Washington. She is currently toiling away on her next book while promoting her published books. When she is not dabbling in fiction, she is standing on her workshop soapbox, blabbing about what she has learned over the years about the craft and self-promotion.
Published books by Ms. Charles that are available both as ebooks and in print (via online distributors mainly) include the following:
Nearly Departed in Deadwood (book 1 in the Deadwood Mystery Series) Optical Delusions in Deadwood (book 2 in the Deadwood Mystery Series) Dead Case in Deadwood (book 3 in the Deadwood Mystery Series) Better off Dead in Deadwood (book 4 in the Deadwood Mystery Series) Seeing Trouble (book 1 in the Deadwood Shorts series) Boot Points (book 2 in the Deadwood Shorts series) Dance of the Winnebagos (book 1 in the Jackrabbit Junction Mystery Series) Jackrabbit Junction Jitters (book 2 in the Jackrabbit Junction Mystery Series) The Old Man’s Back in Town
Growing Your Audience Nail It: The Secret to Building an Effective Fiction Writers Platform (book 1 in the Nail It! Series). You don’t want to miss this opportunity to hear Ann Charles in person. The author presentation is open to all who are interested. For more information, please contact West Unity library manager Ruth Meyer at 419-924-5237.