Scarlet Ingstad will be joining us on October 19th from 1pm to 4pm. Scarlet is a historical fiction and young adult fantasy author in Alexandria, Virginia. She has just published her first novel, Krekania, a young adult fantasy about a young woman who flees an arranged marriage and gets transported to the last land of magic. Here she learns she is part of a great prophecy and in order to save the last land of magic, must become what Krekania needs most: the Woman of Fire
Clara martin will be joining us on October 26th from 11am to 3pm. Clara Martin is a former Army officer, former Sexual Assault Specialist, and former substitute teacher. She lives in Manassas with her family, dogs, and a multitude of cats.
Kingdom of the Northern Sun: The Revolution Series tells how in a world ruled by the fae, injured Army lieutenant Eileen O’Donnell must fight for the freedom of human slaves – and, just possibly, find love.
Joseph Hickey will be joining us on November 9th from 1pm to 4pm. Joseph is the author of seven poetry books, including Liefie and The Last Poem. He is a typewriter poetry busker and is the founder of Melodium House
Michael Thompson will be joining us on November 23rd from 12pm to 3pm. Michael is an award-winning author and illustrator from Northern Virginia. His debut novel, World of the Orb, earned national acclaim in the Feathered Quill Book Awards, and his latest publication, Winslow Hoffner’s Incredible Encounters, brings his trademark humor, adventure, and dynamic character ensembles into a folkloric fantasy setting.
Kristina Knapp will be joining us December 7th from 11am – 2pm. Kristina is a self-published author and musician. Imperial Legends is a blend of Science Fiction fantasy with a twist of anime themes
Robert Scott & Scott Howard will be joining us on December 14th from 1 pm-4 pm.
Prince William County’s inaugural poet laureate, Robert Scott has recently released his seventh novel, “God’s Rough Drafts.” An adventure set 112 years into Northern Virginia’s future, the story will captivate readers of all ages.
Set on the moors of Scotland in the waning months of Arthur’s rule, “Three Days and Two Knights” tells how Sir Alanbart, an impoverished and spineless knight; Heather, an indomitable and irresistible serving maid; Scot, a pagan swordsman of questionable intelligence and sexuality, and Sir Gawain, the legendary romantic hero, form an unlikely alliance to free King Arthur from prison. The catch? They have just three days before the blue moon rises, at which time the red wizard Rabordath will use Arthur’s blood to conjure a dragon that will end a kingdom and set all of Britain aflame.