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Indie Authors at Malvern Books
WHEN: April 2, 2016 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Join four Austin indie authors as they read selections from their works and discuss how they made the leap to indie publishing. This event features Jami Crumpton, Steve Statham, Aurelia Maria Casey, and Michael Bunker (left to right, below).
This event is organized by Write It Already, a local meet-up that encourages people to write—and finish what they start. There will be light refreshments and books by all four authors for sale at the event.
Born and raised Texas girl, Jami Crumpton, is an award-winning author as well as a wife, mother, and an actress/comedian. When Love Leads You Home is her debut inspirational romance. Jami has three adult children and lives north of Houston with her husband of 26 years.
Steve Statham is the author of six novels and two short story collections. He has had 12 non-fiction books published on automotive subjects, and was the editor of a classic car magazine for many years.
Aurelia Maria Casey is an author, fashion designer, and engineer, because she loves transforming ideas from imagination to reality. She writes epic fantasy, urban fantasy, science fiction, realist fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. She firmly believes that story can change the world and wants to make the real world a little safer, a little more open-minded, with each story she imagines.
Michael Bunker is a USA Today Bestselling author, off-gridder, husband, and father of four children. He lives with his family in a “plain” community in Central Texas, where he reads and writes books… and occasionally tilts at windmills. In November of 2015, Variety announced that Michael had sold a film/TV option for his bestselling novel Pennsylvania to Jorgensen Pictures. JP is currently developing Pennsylvania for production into a feature film or television series. Michael is writing the first draft of the screenplay. Michael’s latest (and best-rated) novel is Brother, Frankenstein, which was released in late April of 2015.