Our next AWW LitSalon Fundraiser is designed perfectly for the Halloween time of year... featuring an award-winning writer whose work includes psychic topics and ghost hunting... at a gorgeous estate which served as the setting for the supernatural thriller movie, "True Nature," on October 26, 4:00-7:00 p.m.
And the cost is just $20.00 per individual/$35.00 per couple, and includes beverages (wine, beer, and non-alcoholic drinks) and appetizers. Half of the cost of the ticket is tax deductible.
Our setting: Hook Estate
, with hostess Beth Duke, movie producer and original founder of Dayton's 2nd Street Public Market. (Directions will be sent to paid registrants after registration closes on Oct. 21.) The supernatural thriller was filmed at Hook Estate; one of our silent auction items will be a copy of the movie! (Trailer here
.) The home is as gorgeous on the interior as on the exterior and is the perfect setting for...
Our guest author: John Kachuba
is the award-winning author of twelve books and numerous
articles, short stories and poems. Recently awarded the Grand Prize in Gemini
Magazine’s Short Story Contest, he has also been awarded the Dogwood Fiction
and the Thurber Treat Prize for
humor writing from The Thurber House. John teaches Creative Writing at Ohio
University, Antioch University Midwest and the Gotham Writers Workshop. He is a
member of the Historical Novel Society, the Horror Writers Association, and the
American Library Association’s Authors for Libraries.
John frequently speaks on paranormal and metaphysical topics and is a
regular speaker at conferences, universities and libraries and on podcasts,
radio and TV. He has been a repeat guest on radio’s “Coast-to-Coast AM with
George Noory” and appeared in the Sundance Channel’s TV production, “Love/Lust
– The Paranormal.” His website is www.johnkachuba.com
and his blog is http://jkachuba.com/metaphysical-traveler-blog/
|One of John's many books|
Available for sale will be copies of the books in John's popular Ghosthunting series.
will be Dayton Daily News Editor Ron Rollins. His style is always entertaining and insightful; after interviewing John, he'll open up the floor to your questions!
Of course, our LitSalon events also include plenty of time for chatting and mingling, enjoying the tasty treats on offer, and perusing the fun silent auction items we'll have available.
Registration closes Oct. 21 and is limited to 24 guests, so please sign up soon! Registration link: http://tinyurl.com/AWWOct26LitSalon