The Literary Showcase January 11, 2014 The Best of the Best!

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William May grew up in Townsend, Massachusetts, served in the United States Naval Air Force, and retired as Chief of Police in Townsend after a thirty-year career, serving from 1973 through 2002, his last 21 years as Chief of Police. He lives with his wife Jeanne in southern New Hampshire.  “Once Upon A Crisis” is an informative true story about a police officer cross-trained in law enforcement and emergency medicine that takes many unexpected twists and turns over a thirty year career. Marla Martenson is a matchmaker and the author of four books; two relationship advice books. Excuse Me, Your Soul Mate Is Waiting and Good Date, Bad Date and two memoirs, Diary of a Beverly Hills Matchmaker and Hearts On The Line. She has appeared countless radio and TV shows including the Today Show, WGN Chicago Morning News, San Diego Living, Beyond Belief with George Noory on Gaiam TV, Urban Rush and Better TV. When not busy matchmaking or writing she can be found sipping vanilla soy lattes, writing about her adventures, and trying to get her husband to put the toilet seat down. Anita Waggoner  is a creative, dedicated,  tenacious individual. She writes novels, short stories and screenplays.  Her  novel Farewell to Freedom has received five star reviews and won an award for Best Fiction in the 2011 National Indie Excellence Book Awards Contest. Anita was named a winner in the 2011 Author's Show contest "50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading. In recent years Joan Meijer has become an indie writer indulging her interests in personal projects like Relentless: The Search For Typhoid May, soon to be released in paperback and audio, and Provenance a rescue story inspired by a true event in New York City. Meijer has been published by such majors as Doubleday, Hay House and Harper SanFrancisco.

 

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