Authors at book signing for Downtown Open House

On Saturday, May 14, 2016, Book Heads Bookstore and Seranya Studios Art Boutique are co-hosting 13 local authors in a multi-author book signing happening during the Downtown Wisconsin Open House.

From 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., various historic buildings in chosen towns all over Wisconsin will be open for tour. Plymouth, Wisconsin known as the Cheese Capital of the World-is one of the chosen locations. The book signing is one of the events happening during Plymouth's Open House.

The Downtown Wisconsin Open House is a perfect opportunity to support historic downtown districts while learning about the cultural and economic importance of these areas. Plymouth, the only downtown featured in Sheboygan County, will have opportunities to learn about its cheese-making successes in the 1800s as well as participate in other activities offered by local businesses. Upon arriving in Plymouth on May 14, visitors will receive more information about the various events happening during Open House.

The book-signing event will take place during the heart of the Open House. At various points throughout the day, authors will be at either Book Heads Bookstore or Seranya Studios Art Boutique, both located on Mill Street in downtown Plymouth. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase an author's book before having it signed. Authors will also offer readings of their work as well as a chance for visitors to ask questions.

The featured authors include writers of fiction and non-fiction, adult books and books for young adults or children. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet:

Nathan Birr, Overnight Delivery (fiction, mystery/detective) - "All Adventure. All The Time."

Ann Marie Graf, Love, the Illusion and DeLusions (fiction, romance) "Reading with a unique on-line visual experience"

Danielle Grandinetti, The Vanishing Kidnapper (fiction, jr. high western mystery) - Follow John and Kaitlyn Rivers as they discover people are not always what they appear to be.

Kathy Jacobson, Noted! (fiction) Explore the adventures of Jillian as she pursues her dream of a new start, a new career, in a new place

Ray Last, Wandering (memoir, 60s & 70s) - From Rock & Roll to hippie to Christ.

Lisa Lehmann, Lake Michigan, the Wisconsin Shore (Photography) - Collection of photos from the shore of Lake Michigan by nine local photographers.

B.S. Levy, The Last Open Road (fiction, racing) - World's Fastest Novelist

Allen Nohls, Dustoff and Medivac Vietnam (including Memoir of Vietnam - Allen Nohls, Plymouth resident and sole-survivor of a mid-air helicopter crash. A chapter in this book tells his story.

Beth and Rick Olsen, We Never Left You (memoir, grief) - "After unspeakable tragedy, one couple must forge their own path to healing in the bittersweet true story, We Never Left You.

Lisa Paulson, An Unconventional Journey: The Story of High Wind, From Vision to Community to Eco-Neighborhood - Details the gritty challenges and transformative moments of community participants over a twenty-five-year trajectory. Living World War II compilation of weekly letters from her father during World War II.

Beldon Paulson, Odyssey of a Practical Visionary (Memoir) - Highlights co-founding a social assistance center in the waterfront slums of postwar Naples, Italy; living in a communist village in Italy at the height of the Cold War; and more.

Barbara Techel, Through Frankie’s Eyes, Frankie The Walk ‘n Roll Dog (memoir) - Capturing what matters by pausing often and listening deeply.

Mary T. Wagner, When the Shoe Fits (Essays on life, humor, inspiration) - It's never too late to make mid-course corrections!


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