Cap off Lit Fest 2020 with a virtual author roundtable featuring Heather Bell Adams, Alissa C. Miles, Bianca Sloane, Brenda McClain, Diane Chamberlain, and Donna Everhart. Grab a cocktail and join us for a lively discussion of books, writing, and our love of reading. This will be a free event on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Page158Books/live/
Heather Bell Adams is the award-winning author of MARANATHA ROAD. Her short stories and scholarship have appeared in numerous literary magazines and reviews. A native of Hendersonville, North Carolina, she currently is an attorney living in Raleigh.
Alissa C. Miles lives with her family in North Carolina. She edits while she writes and then edits some more. She is the author of several short stories and a contributor to Medium’s The Epilogue. You can learn more about her and her work at alissacmiles.com. MAD MOON is her debut novel.
Bianca Sloane is the author of the suspense novels What You Don’t Know, Sweet Little Lies, Every Breath You Take and Killing Me Softly (previously published as Live and Let Die), chosen as “Thriller of the Month” (May 2013) by e-thriller.com and a “2013 Top Read” by OOSA Online Book Club. When she’s not writing, she’s watching Bravo TV, Investigation Discovery, reading, or cooking. Sloane resides in Chicago.
Bren McClain is a writer who never gave up. After winning a handful of awards over the last two decades for novel excerpts and short stories, her literary novel, ONE GOOD MAMA BONE, found a home with Pat Conroy's Story River Books. She is at work on her next novel, TOOK, which was named the gold medal winner for the 2016 William Faulkner -William Wisdom Novel-in-Progress. Find her online at www.brenmcclain.com.
Diane Chamberlain is the New York Times, USA Today and Sunday Times bestselling author of 26 novels published in more than twenty languages. Influenced by her former career as a social worker and psychotherapist, she writes suspenseful stories that touch both heart and mind.
Donna Everhart is a USA Today bestselling author who writes stories of family hardship and troubled times in a bygone South. A native of North Carolina, she resides in her home state with her husband and their tiny heart-stealing Yorkshire terrier, Mister. Readers can visit her at www.donnaeverhart.com.