Hilliard Author Book Signing

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Come join us on Sunday November 12, 2017 to meet six local authors and learn about their books at the Hilliard Author Book Signing brought to you by the Hilliard Arts Council and Destination Hilliard.

Hilliard Civic and Cultural Arts Center
5425 Center St, Hilliard, OH 43026

2 to 4 p.m.

Admission is free and any donations accepted will go to to benefit Hilliard Arts Council.

Authors include (See Press Release for Details): 

Each author will have a supply of their books for sale.

Some authors only accept cash.

For more information: email The Hilliard Arts Council


Hilliard Author Book Signing

HILLIARD, OHIO— Hilliard Author Book Signing is slated for Sunday, November 12th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Hilliard Civic and Cultural Arts Center, 5425 Center Street. This collaborative event sponsored by Destination Hilliard and Hilliard Arts Council will feature six Hilliard authors featuring adult books on a variety of topics. Meet the authors at 2:00 p.m. followed by book signings at 3:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

Sandra Crum Akers: 21 novels set in Circleville, Chillicothe, Waverly, Ironton, and Wilmington, Yellow Springs, Washington CH, Peebles, Sinking Spring, West Union, and other small towns of southern Ohio. All are mystery suspense and six have ghosts in them.

Aaron Epling: Readers get a high-level overview of Wills, Trusts, Power of Attorney documents and estate planning strategies specific to Ohio law. Three case studies illustrate the benefits of certain planning strategies and the closing appendix gives the reader a chance to look at actual legal documents like a Will and Power of Attorney. A major theme of the book: “things change when people die” is referred to in a number of contexts showing the reader how important implementation of an estate planning strategy is to your life and the lives of those you love.

Debi Hampton: Cancer: Reflections on Life with Cancer and Finding the Good in Any Challenge is a book about the thoughts of one person and her reflections on life with cancer. Use this book to write about your own journey with cancer or any challenges you may face. Look at life with new perspective. This book is a great companion on doctor visits, at treatments or at night before you go to bed. As a bonus, the book contains a crossword puzzle and word find challenge highlighting forty positive and uplifting “c” words, including cancer.

A.H. Kent: The Fine Society is a trilogy that follows a rather ordinary group of people as they unwittingly discover new underlying details of the matter of our universe and its behavior. The key players are a recently graduated science teacher, Laura Olson and a group of science loving friends. What they serendipitously discover is astounding and the implications of their newly found understanding of matter is daunting. The profound effects one could project range from boon to catastrophe for mankind. However, their knowledge channeled the right way would serve all peoples of the world. In the wrong hands, man’s future on this planet could be in jeopardy. The story focuses on Laura Anne Olson soon to graduate from college headed for a career as a math/science teacher. Like the rest of us idealists just starting out, she dreamed of how her career would unfold as she met the challenges the future would bring.

Brian Wagner: Sometimes It DOES Take a Brain Surgeon is based on the experience that the author had in going blind from a genetic disorder and then having brain surgery. He relates this to walking down the sidewalk as well as how daily life has changed. This is an inspirational story about how one man went blind only to have the best vision that he has ever had.

Rachel Wojo Life often sends hard things our way: illness, financial struggles, broken relationships, and so many kinds of loss. Sometimes we can’t imagine a way forward. So how do we keep going when everything is going wrong? Rachel Wojo has learned that hope rises to greet us when we find the strength to take One. More. Step. Find motivation in Rachel’s book: One More Step: Finding Strength When You Feel Like Giving Up.