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Author featured in Adams County

3:13 PM, Aug. 19, 2013  |  Comments
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The Adams County Historical Society will feature southeastern Adams County children's book author, Sharon Hart Addy as part of their August Local Author's Circle. She will be reading from her latest published book, "Lucky Jake." The event will be at 4:00 pm, Thursday, Aug. 22 in the Adams County Heritage Center, 311 Main St., Friendship. Everyone is welcome to attend, hear Addy read from her books and get to know the author herself.

Introducing herself, Addy says, "My fiction and poetry has appeared in a variety of children's magazines including Cricket, Ladybug, and Highlights High Five. My picture books are 'Lucky Jake,' 'When Wishes Were Horses,' 'Right Here on this Spot,' 'In Grandpa's Woods' and 'A Visit With Great-Grandma.' Over the years, my work has often been included in the Wisconsin Poets' Calendar'."

The historical society's Local Author's Circle is a monthly informal gathering featuring an Adams County resident, reading from his or her works, discussing the writing trade and answering questions. Recent author's circles have featured Michael Goc, author of "Hero of the Red River: the Life and Times of Joseph Bailey" and many other books; Bart Downy, author of "Red Magic Shag;" and Barbara Cranford, author of "Far From Here" and other books of poetry.

For more information, call Harry Davis at 608-339-6867.

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