Public Book Signing Hosted by Seton Hill University 6/28

June 24, 2013
Author: Jennifer Reeger
More than 35 authors associated with the Master of Fine Arts in Writing Popular Fiction program at Seton Hill University will participate in a book-signing event on Friday, June 28, from 7-10 p.m. in Seton Hill University’s Katherine Mabis McKenna Center located on the University’s hilltop campus. The event is part of the 12th annual Writing Popular Fiction Workshop, "In Your Write Mind," sponsored by the WPF alumni group. For more information, contact Amy Metz at 724-552-4366.

Books will be available for purchase at the event and a raffle of signed books will be held.

Some signers of note are New York Times bestselling author Maria V. Snyder, Rita Award winner Shelley Adina, Star Trek: The Next Generation screenwriter Diana Dru Botsford, Spur Award winner Meg Mims and Bram Stoker winner Michael Arnzen, who is Professor of English and Chair of the Humanities Division at Seton Hill. A full list of authors appears on the In Your Write Mind website.

As a returning author, Meg Mims is excited about meeting her fans and sharing with them big news. “I'm excited to talk about my western historical mysteries, Double Crossing and Double or Nothing,” she says. “The book signing crowd is a wonderful mix of eclectic readers and authors. I'm also sharing my news that my writing partner and I have been contracted for a new cozy mystery series featuring Professor Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle - the Deadly series will debut in 2014 from St. Martin's Press.”

Sally Bosco, another returning author, states, “The Seton Hill writing community rocks! They are truly the movers and shakers of the popular fiction-writing world. There is a diversity of genres represented, but the one thing all of the In Your Write Mind writers have in common is the compelling and innovative nature of their writing. It's where finely honed craft meets imagination to produce something magical.”

All authors participating in the Seton Hill University Writing Popular Fiction book-signing event are published writers who are current students, alumni, faculty members or guests of Seton Hill’s Writing Popular Fiction program.