Monday, December 8, 2014

Event Honoring Three Florida Authors: Kay Williamson, George Fouke and Bob Silverman

Three Florida authors will be honored for their creativity at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 11 in the Cocoa Beach Library's Jane von Thron Room.

Kay Williamson, George Fouke and Bob Silverman will share tips that helped them get their dreams of becoming authors onto the printed page with their panel presentation, “Never Stop Creating!”

Sponsored by Silk Oak Publishing LLC, the event will honor these three authors who continue to create as they enter their eighth decade. Publishers Karlene Conroy and Mia Crews will lead the panel discussion and a question and answer session.

Kay Williamson recently released her ninth mystery novel Murder in the Mountains and also won the General Federation of Woman's Club's first-prize ribbon for all twelve districts of Florida for her watercolor "Tea and Cherries."

George Fouke, Ph.D. was raised in six foster homes but found opportunity at every turn in America. After earning degrees, Professor George L. Fouke taught interdisciplinary studies and became chairman of the department of Politics at St. Andrews Presbyterian College in Laurinburg, North Carolina. He is the author of Damn the Warocracy: A Plea to Restore American Democracy; and Who is Killing the Republican Party?

Bob Silverman was a sucessful dentist when he decided to give up the manacles of employment and sailed across the North Atlantic to seek adventure. He describes his adventures in a series of ebooks, A Pause in the Azores, Storm, Rumbles from the Azores, Tiago and Good Boat Stories.

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