Local Authors Publishing Two Books at Library

Win a free autographed copy of a 2014 Community Novel Project book! Spirits of Oz and Superimposed are published weekly online. Pre-order your print copy and pick up at the Book Launch.

Superimposed Chapter 10 by Elaine Greywalker

Superimposed Chapter 10

Half-way through the serialized community novel, this flashback chapter to 1950’s Topeka allows Joe Grimaldi to take stock of his business and personal life.

Superimposed Chapter 9

In this week’s adventures, Holly must defend her dying client Joe Grimaldi against attacks from those most dangerous of enemies … his friends and family!

Superimposed Chapter 8 by Diana Marsh 3

Superimposed Chapter 8

In this “must read” weekly installment of the community novel, the WWII cliffhanger from a previous chapter is resolved in a way that leaves many more questions.

One Man Guy

One Man Guy

Two boys are falling in serious “like” with each other in this new romantic comedy.

Superimposed Chapter 7

In the latest weekly installment of the serialized community novel, people from Joe Grimaldi’s past arrive to help him as he nears the end of his life.

Superimposed chapter 6 by Dennis E Smirl

Superimposed Chapter 6

Read the sixth chapter in the 2014 Community Novel Project. In a World War II flashback, German and American soldiers reveal the ugly realities of war and a tragedy becomes an opportunity.

Superimposed Chapter 5 by Rae Kary Staab and Elizabeth Staab Van Deusen

Superimposed Chapter 5

Read the fifth chapter in the new Community Novel Project. Hospice worker Holly gets to know Mr. Grimaldi better, before he takes a turn for the worse.

Superimposed Chapter 4 by Brian W Allen

Superimposed Chapter 4

Read the fourth chapter in the new Community Novel Project. In a second flashback to World War II, a soldier is captured in Germany after his B-17 was hit.

Gorgeous by Paul Rudnick

A Gorgeous Modern Fairy Tale

Paul Rudnick’s new novel, Gorgeous, is the best kind of modern fairy tale, with witty dialogue and scathing social critique of “beautiful people”.