The Central Wisconsin Book Festival welcomes author Beth Amos to the McMillan Memorial Library in Wisconsin Rapids to host a fun interactive workshop designed to help writers learn how to captivate readers and create suspense through the use of characterization, atmosphere, misdirection, and more.
Amos, currently writing as Annelise Ryan, is the USA Today bestselling author of more than 25 novels. Her newest project is the Monster Hunter Mysteries, featuring a Door County bookstore owner and cryptozoologist, Morgan Carter. The first in the series, A Death in Door County, will be published in September.
Her previous work includes the Mattie Winston Mystery series and its spinoff, the Helping Hands Mysteries. She also wrote the Mack's Bar Mystery series as Allyson K. Abbott.
Beth is a recently retired ER nurse who created pseudonyms, in part, so her patients wouldn't know she spent her spare time thinking up clever ways to kill people. She'll share a bit from her new book and talk about a life of writing that now spans 30 years!
Free and open to the public, no registration required. Call the McMillan Memorial Library at 715-422-5136 for more information.
This event is free and open to the public, no registration required.
Support for the 2022 Central Wisconsin Book Festival was provided through the Community Arts Grant Program of the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin, with funds provided by the Wisconsin Arts Board, a state agency; the Community Foundation; and the B.A. & Esther Greenheck Foundation.
Support also provided in part by the Ruder Ware Law Firm; the Dudley Foundation; the Marathon County Public Library Foundation; the Portage County Public Library Foundation; McMillan Memorial Library; the CoVantage Cares Foundation; Whitewater Music Hall; Bound to Happen Books; and Janke Book Store.