Monday, October 28, 2013

Myths and Mysteries of Florida by E. Lynne Wright




The discovery of the ancient Miami Circle, the mystifying St. Petersburg’s Cinder Lady, and the story of America’s first Civil Rights Martyr, are among these fifteen true stories of unsolved and unexplained happenings in the Sunshine State contained within Myths and Mysteries of Florida by E. Lynne Wright.
About the Author

E. Lynne Wright is a former nurse anesthetist and mother of three. She has enjoyed a long association     with the Globe Pequot Press who will soon be publishing her eighth Florida book. Her other        published works include short stories, non-fiction articles, essays and newspaper columns. 

                An anthology entitled “When Last on the Mountain” which includes one of Lynne’s short stories, has recently been made required reading for a course  at a California State University branch.    She is a founding member of the National Women’s History Museum, a member of the International Women’s Writing Guild and of the Space Coast Writers’ Guild where she served on the board and has won several prizes for her short stories.

Her books are available in bookstores and libraries, and on line through Amazon and Barnes & Noble and ebook.

 Lynne is a participant in the Meet the Authors Book Fair in the Eau Gallie Civic Center during the Eau Gallie Artworks Festival on November 23 and 24. If you're in the Melbourne area during that time, this is one event you won't want to miss.

1 comment:

Holly Fox Vellekoop said...

I read this book when it was first published and am re-reading it now. Very enjoyable. Wright knows how to tell a story and make it interesting and fun. Turn the pages and learn something new about Florida. It's a great read.