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Five local, state authors autograph books Sunday

2:36 PM, Sep. 30, 2013  |  Comments
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Reach Out Books will be hosting five Wisconsin authors who will be available to meet with the public and autograph their books.

Schedule for Sunday, Oct. 6 is as follows:

10:30 a.m. til noon:

? Heather Whittaker is the author of "A Different Little Doggy," Everything You Need to Know About Life Can Be Learned From a Dog, and "The Tazie Effect" - 10 Leadership Principles for New Leaders.

She will give a short presentation, reading of the story, coloring and book signing.

? Jack Kile's Hospice, Humor, Music and More: A Volunteer's Perspective reflects Jack's experiences as a hospice volunteer. His use of humor and song in promoting positive aspects of life are chronicled.

12:30 til 2 p.m.:

? Lisa Lickel writes inspiring fiction, including mystery and romance, all with a twist of grace. "The Newspaper Code" was published last June and is the third book of the Buried Treasure Cozy Mystery series.

? Susan Baganz is an acquisitions editor at Prism Book Group, and is a contributor to "I Choose You: 38 Romantic Stories to Warm the Heart." She is also is co-author of "Journey to Lekhipani": AG.I.'s Experiences in WWII, and writes book reviews.

? Rebecca Reinhart is the author of "Amazing Treasures of What Faith Can Do": Overcoming Sorrows. She shares her own experiences with overcoming sorrow, and encourages readers to journal experiences as a tool to overcoming. Her book reaches out to those in poverty, experiencing depression, and low self-worth.

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