Kansas Author George Feliu on Writing a Series

Guardians-of-Havenshire book coverJoin us in the Topeka Room (204) on Sunday, April 21, 2:00-3:00pm to hear Kansas Author George Ismael Feliu, Jr. talk about the process of writing a series.  His series Guardians of Havenshire concludes with Triumph & Tragedy where each character’s journey comes to an end whether in triumph or tragedy.

George Feliu has been writing since 2nd grade. He has lived in New York, where he grew up and Kansas, where his wife, Sarah grew up. He taught English and History in New York for five years before his most recent move to Topeka.  He wrote his first novel by participating in Nanowrimo (national novel writing month) here at the Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library. Because of Nanowrimo, he has now published four books in the fantasy genre and is working on a novel set pre-Arthurian times.

Books available for sale & signing after the talk.  For more information please call the Topeka Room at 785-580-4510.

*Book and Biographical information supplied by the author.

Charity Rouse

Charity is a Public Service Specialist working with genealogy and local history reference in the Topeka Room/Genealogy. Her start at TSCPL came as a genealogy researcher soon after the Baker Genealogy Center opened in November 2007. In early 2009, she became a Genealogy volunteer and in May 2010 she came to work at TSCPL. She earned her Master of Library Science degree from Emporia State University in December 2011. One of her favorite times of year is when the Topeka Room is decked out for the holidays.