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Wednesday, September 07, 2016

Meeting with A Local Children Author, Emily Rays

What a nice thing if author meets author. That happened with me last Thursday at Coatesville Area Public Library (CAPL). I met a new local children author, Emily Rays. We both attended Open Mic Night held every first Thursday of every month at CAPL.

In that event we both presented our literary works. She presented her first new children book, entitled The Lemon Day by reading the whole story of this book. In addition to be as the author of this book, she is also as its illustrator. Before the end of this event, she also presented one of her favorite own poems.

If Emily presented her children book and poem, I presented two-first paragraphs of my short stories. What did she comment about one of them? She said I wrote the beginning of the stories very detail so she could imagine how the characters took action and behave. Other attendance also gave another comment about my other short story. He said he felt like in the psychiatric room.

In the end of this event we both had a short chance to chit-chat before we left and headed to our cars. We exchanged our email addresses and the title of our recent books we had published. We hoped we will have another time to meet again and have more author's chit-chat.

If you want to take a look of her new book, you can visit Amazon. (*)


 
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4 comments:

Emily Rays 9:46 AM  

Hello and thanks to your kindness with your blog-post today. It was a great pleasure to meet with you also and hope to see you at the next open mic night at the library. As in your book title, Enthusiasm, you totally exude just that. I appreciate your nice words!
Emily Rays :)

Fida Abbott 10:22 AM  

Hi Emily,

Welcome to my personal blog. I'm glad you like this post. Yes, I hope one day we are able to meet again at the same event.

I hope one day you will appear on my other blog.

Have a great day and Happy Belated Birthday!

Fida

Emily Rays 3:22 PM  

Thanks a bunch! What is your other blog's link address so I can check it out :)

Fida Abbott 12:35 PM  

Visit: http://media-kit.blogspot.com/
I need to update this blog. It has been awhile. Trying to organize my busy time.

Have fun!

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