Wednesday, July 16, 2014

July Junque: Day 16 - 18 Book Signing Fun

July is the best month to poke around the corners of a book store - C'mon out and visit


July 19 10:00 – 2:00

Dog Eared Books

318 Santa Fe Drive, Weatherford, Texas 76086  - 817.598.1800



About the authors:

MARTHA FAULKNER enjoys combining three of her greatest loves: children, writing, and humor. She has taught elementary for over twenty-five years and currently teaches third grade in Aledo, Texas. Martha uses her stories to teach writing skills to her “Frog” students as she shares her love of writing. 

Martha lives with her husband Jim on a small ranch in the West Texas town of Weatherford. She has three grown children, two daughters-in-law, and three granddaughters with whom she looks forward to sharing her stories.

A member of Trinity Writers Workshop since 2000, Martha is also a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Although the author of many short stories and humorous poems, this is Martha’s first children’s book.


JOANNE FARIES, originally from the Philadelphia area, lives in Texas with her husband Ray. Published in Doorknobs & Bodypaint, she also has poems in Silver Boomer anthologies. Joanne is the film critic for the Little Paper of San Saba. Look for her humorous memoir My Zoo World: If All Dogs Go to Heaven, Then I'm in Trouble, a story collection Wordsplash Flash and three poetry books - Wordsplash Poetry Puddle: Nature, Hazy Memory, and Tread Water on Amazon.


NANCY LYNN was born in Fort Worth, Texas, grew up in the countryside west of the city, and returned to live in Fort Worth. She attended TCU and has a degree in education. Although she worked in banking for many years, she is also a contract writer and continues her hobby of writing short stories. THE AIREDALE'S TALES is told by Bentley the Airedale, who lived with Nancy Lynn for 12+ years. You will see that he was a charmer and a rascal and wanted to share his adventures about life on earth (Fort Worth in particular) with everyone who reads about them. Be prepared to laugh and maybe cry a little as you read THE AIREDALE'S TALES.


ANN SUMMERVILLE, author of A Graceful Death and Grandmother’s Flower Garden, was born in England, and in search of a warmer climate, moved to California before settling in Texas.  Her short stories and flash fiction have been published in the Lutheran Digest, Long Story Short, The Shine Journal, Doorknobs & Bodypaint, Associated Content, Trinity Writers’ Workshop newsletters and also their collection of Christmas stories.  Ann resides in Fort Worth with her son, two boisterous dogs and a somewhat elusive cat and is currently working on her 9th cozy mystery.


  1. It's always nice to learn more about writers' lives. Thanks, Joanne. And you critique films too? That must be fun.
    Be well.

  2. Best of luck at the book signing, Joanne! I'm impressed with all you do!


  3. I thought I'd posted a comment here but can't see it so I hope it all went well :-)