HWA Colorado Presents An Evening With Carter Wilson

HWA Colorado Presents an evening with Author Carter Wilson at the Broadway Book Mall, 200 S. Broadway, from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. August 23rd. Mr. Wilson will read from his new novel, The Boy in the Woods, and sign books at the conclusion of the evening. Noted Colorado author and publisher, Edward Bryant, will conduct an interview on Mr. Wilson’s life and work. A private dinner will follow the event at the Imperial, seating limited, offered at $18 a ticket, payable to the Broadway Book Mall. RSVP to: Lawrence@ibadweather.com.

Carter Wilson HeadshotThriller-writer Carter Wilson was born in New Mexico and grew up in Los Angeles before attending school at Cornell University. He has journeyed the globe both for work and pleasure, and his travels to Jerusalem were the inspiration behind FINAL CROSSING, which was released in June 2012 by Vantage Point Books. Carter is represented by Pamela Ahearn of the Ahearn Agency and is a member of the International Thriller Writer’s organization. He currently lives in a spooky Victorian house in Colorado with his two children. Carter’s second novel, THE BOY IN THE WOODS, was released June 2014 by Severn House.

Carter Wilson The boy in the wood cover

HWA Colorado An Evening With Gary Jonas

HWA Colorado Presents an evening with Author Gary Jonas, on May 24th,  had  a large turn-out of writers and fans, and a fun-filled dinner at the Imperial in their private dining room. The event was filmed and is available for viewing below.

Gary Jonas Photo

Gary Jonas is the author of the Jonathan Shade urban fantasy series: Modern Sorcery, Acheron Highway, Dragon Gate, and the forthcoming Anubis Nights. The best of his short fiction was collected in Quick Shots. Other work includes the novella, Night Marshal: A Tale of the Undead West, and the novels One-Way Ticket to Midnight, and Pirates of the Outrigger Rift (with Bill D. Allen), which ran as a Kindle Serial from 47North:

Photos of the events at Broadway Book Mall.

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