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Authors Among Us

Woman writing in a book with a quill

Meet and interact with local authors and discover new reads

Theme: Celebrate local writing

October 4, 2016 Tuesday), 1:00 to 2:30 PM
Ocean Park Library

For more information and to save your spot, call 604-502-6449.

Meet the Authors

Frank Townsley is an avid naturalist and traveler who loves capturing nature’s treasures in both his photography and his painting. Immersing himself in the great outdoors has almost been a passion since childhood. He was raised in North Vancouver in the shadows of the North Shore Mountains. His photography has graced the covers of several publications, and the cover image of this book, British Columbia: Graced by Nature's Palette, was chosen by the Pacific Parklands Foundation, printed on the cover of tens of thousands of flyers. He teaches both photography and painting throughout the Lower Mainland. Find Frank's book in the library catalogue

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author Kaylea Cross writes edge-of-your-seat military romantic suspense. Her work has won many awards and has been nominated for both the Daphne du Maurier and the National Readers’ Choice Awards. A Registered Massage Therapist by trade, Kaylea is also an avid gardener, artist, Civil War buff, Special Ops aficionado, belly dance enthusiast and former nationally-carded softball pitcher. She lives in Vancouver, BC with her husband and sons. Find Kaylea's books in the library catalogue

Christine Hayden was born Edmonton, Alberta, Canada and now resides in South Surrey, British Columbia. Christine’s parents instilled in her, at an early age, the overwhelming joy of reading. Her first love of reading is closely followed by creative writing, illustrating, music, theatre and her two latest challenges, golf and piano. Miss Maggie happens to be her Daughter’s cat who no longer presides over the Court Street squirrels but is spending her formative years contemplating their northern cousins while living with Christine and David in Surrey. Find Christine's books in the library catalogue