Tuesday, May 17, 2022
The Island Writers Network is working in partnership with the Hilton Head branch library to showcase local area authors. Come to the Island Writers Network Author Expo on Thursday, May 26th from 1:00 to 3:00. It will be a local author literary exhibition featuring 6 authors spanning various genres. Visit with the authors, hear excerpts, and find your next great read! No registration required.
Hilton Head Island Library
11 Beach City Rd
Hilton Head Island, SC 29926
Barry Dickson is a retired Madison Avenue Creative Director with a recently published book of poetry, Maybe Today. Barry lives on Hilton Head Island.
Debby Grahl is an award-winning writer who lives on Hilton Head Island with her husband, David. Mountain Blaze, her latest book, received a five-star review from Readers’ Favorite.
John MacIlroy’s newest book is, Whatever Happens, Probably Will, a collection of award-winning stories. John began writing creatively in 2016, following a career that spanned law, business, and teaching. He lives on Hilton Head.
Kerry Peresta spent thirty years in advertising as an account manager, creative director, copywriter, and editor. The Rising, the second book in her psychological suspense series, was released in April. Kerry and her husband have lived in Hilton Head since 2015.
Tricia Mikouchi recently published The Sunny Side of
Crazy, which is about a mother raising a
daughter with multiple personalities. Tricia lives on Hilton Head.
Richard L. Wright's latest book, RetroSpec, explores the flawed nature of memory and the dangers of exposing secrets when two snarky, lesbian nerds accidentally invent a device that streams the past on demand. He moved to Hilton Head from Atlanta in 2020.
Ripples is the 7th anthology published by the Island Writers’ Network, a colony of writers based on Hilton Head Island. It features prose, poetry, essays, and photos by 47 writers and photographers who live mainly in the Hilton Head/Bluffton area.
Wednesday, February 9, 2022
Three words: Snarky lesbian nerds.
All physicist Lisa Randal wanted was to find out why her ex disappeared without a trace. She never dreamed finding answers would plunge her into a desperate and dangerous race. When Lisa and her engineer girlfriend accidentally invent a machine that allows them to see and hear events from the past, she finally has the key to unraveling the mystery that has haunted her. But powerful forces, people in the business of keeping secrets, will stop at nothing to capture Lisa and her RetroSpec device.
RetroSpec is an LGBTQ science fiction novella set in the present. It draws inspiration from Asimov’s classic tale, The Dead Past, while exploring the subtle falsehoods inherent in memories, and the implications of a window into the past on privacy and security.
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