Kansas Author Mary Ann Wittman

Join us in the Topeka Room (204) on Sunday, November 18, 2:00-3:00pm to hear Kansas Author Mary Ann Wittman talk about her new children’s books. The Little Christmas Tree, Muffy And The Big Pink Ball & Clemmie and the Mailman are delightful tales for children of all ages. Get a head start with a new […]

Kansas Author Nancy Sprowell Geise

Join Nancy Sprowell Geise in the Topeka Room (204) on Sunday, September 9, 2012 for a discussion of her novel, The Eighth Sea, a love story involving two unforgettable characters – Brenna and Nathan.  Their story is our story, its theme universal – finding the meaning of our lives, our way home. In 1769, on […]

Kansas Author Mark Bouton

Join Kansas author Mark Bouton on Sunday, August 5, 2012, 2-3pm in the Topeka Room (204) to discuss his newest mystery.  In The Sacrifice, the FBI races to find a kidnapped baby before she’s sacrificed by a satanic cult. The newborn daughter of a Texas state senator is snuck out of the hospital, and FBI […]

Kansas Author Gladys Hargis

On Sunday, July 29, join Topeka Author Gladys Hargis in the Topeka Room (204), 2-3pm for a discussion of her recent book. You Live Forever details the author’s near death experience, who she met, and the hope she was given during this journey.  She says: “There are Angels present long before your soul leaves your […]

Kansas Author Buttrfli Jones

On Sunday, June 10, 2012, from 2-3pm, author Buttrfli Jones will be in the Topeka Room (204) to talk about writing and publishing her books.  Like a Tree is a story about a woman who suffers sexual childhood abuse and how that abuse shapes her life as she journeys from victim to victor. The author […]

KS Author Pamela Dawes-Tambornino

Join Kansas author Pamela Dawes-Tambornino in the Topeka Room (Room 204) on Sunday, May 6, 2012, 2-3pm as she shares wisdom from her Cherokee grandmother in Maggie’s Story: Teachings of a Cherokee Healer.   Maggie would tell Pamela what was right and let her do it wrong in order to learn the lesson.  She often said […]