July 31 there will be two authors to meet and greet at a Books Plus book signing in historic Fernandina Beach from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.Books Plus on Amelia Island frequently hosts book signings by local and national authors. This Saturday, July 31, there will be two authors to meet and greet in this historic Fernandina Beach bookstore from 1:00 to 4:00 PM.
Come meet local author Annette Myers. She wrote The Big Sand Dune, a finalist in the Indie Excellence book award.
Annette was born and raised in Fernandina Beach, Florida. She is a retired educator and community activist. Her career has included teaching school, high school guidance counselor, grant writing, consulting, and journalism.“The Shrinking Sands of an African American Beach” is her first published book.
Your second author on hand for the afternoon will be Pamela Bauer Mueller, author of Splendid Isolation.
This Georgia Author of the Year, was raised in the Northwest and graduated from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon. She worked as a flight attendant for Pan American Airlines before moving to Mexico City, where she lived for eighteen years.
Pamela is bicultural as well as bilingual. She has worked as a commercial model, actress, and an English and Spanish language instructor during her years in Mexico. After returning to the United States, Pamela worked for twelve years as a U.S. Customs inspector.
After serving six years in San Diego, California, she was selected to work a foreign assignment in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Pamela took an early retirement from U.S. Customs to follow her husband, Michael, who received an instructor position at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia.They reside on Jekyll Island, Georgia, with their cats, Jasper and Sukey Spice. Pamela completed The Kiska Trilogy, Hello, Goodbye, I Love You, Neptune’s Honor, An Angry Drum Echoed and the recently released Aloha Crossing in Georgia.