Come join us at the Canterbury on Wednesday, July 10 starting at 4pm to meet author Trilby Plants and hear her speak on the process of writing. Plants has written children’s books, speculative fiction, and, with her latest work, suspense. Stop on in, say hi, and buy a signed book! See more information below in her press release:
Trilby Plants and Nancy Tucker are co-authors of Double Danger, a romantic suspense set in the Escanaba, Michigan, area. Plants will present a talk at Canterbury Book Store, 908 Ludington St, Escanaba, MI, Wednesday, July 10, from 4PM to 6PM.
During her talk titled “Secret Doors” she will share insights into how she finds ideas and transforms them into story.
She will sign copies of Double Danger and her other books which are available at the bookstore.
“One of those books you do not want to start late at night. Your choice then becomes a sleepless night finishing the book or thinking and dreaming about it until you can get to it the next night.” — 5 Star Review for Double Danger
About the Authors
Trilby Plants writes for children and adults. Her children’s book, Meena Mouse’s Perfect Raspberry is based on an incident in the life of an ancestor in the UP during the 1870s. Her creepy novel Gatekeeper has Magic, a deliciously evil villain, and giant spiders. Recent publications include Flash Fiction Magazine (flashfictionmagazine.com), and The Petigru Review, the literary anthology of the South Carolina Writers Association. Her short story “Retirement” was nominated for a Pushcart by TPR. A Michigan ex-pat, she now lives in Murrells Inlet, SC, where she writes, knits and creates video book trailers and animated covers for authors.
Nancy Tucker splits her time between Grand Blanc and Traverse City with her husband and two dogs. She writes fiction, nonfiction and dabbles in poetry. Her favorite color is purple, or sometimes red.