BROWNWOOD – April 22, 2016 – Howard Payne University’s Walker Memorial Library will host a book signing for two HPU authors next Wednesday, April 27, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Featured authors are Kadee Carder, 2006 HPU graduate, and Deborah Pierson Dill, 1992 graduate and administrative assistant for HPU’s School of Science and Mathematics. Copies of the authors’ books will be available for purchase by cash or check during the event.
Carder’s “Insurrection” is the recently released first installment in a three-part series following the remarkable journey of Saylor MacTavish. The young-adult science fiction novel is available for purchase at Hastings, Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com. Portions of the book may be previewed on Carder’s website, www.kadeecarder.com, where she also blogs.
“Readers will feel a sense of camaraderie with the characters of ‘Insurrection,’” Carder said. “Hopefully, along with Saylor, they will find unexpected adventures and they too are capable of being more than they ever imagined.”
Dill’s “Not So Far Away” is the fourth and latest novel in the Christian-themed “Blithe Settlement” series published by Pelican Book Group. The story is set in a small Central Texas town and follows characters introduced in previous books in the series. Other titles in the series are “Perfect Shelter,” “Return to Me” and “Moving On.” Dill has also written two e-novellas for Pelican Book Group, “Ransomed Hope” and “Ransomed Trust.” Her books and e-novellas are available for purchase at Amazon.com, BarnesandNoble.com and ChristianBook.com.
“The message I hope readers take away from all the ‘Blithe Settlement’ books is that, with God, nothing is wasted,” said Dill. “He can redeem the worst of our experiences, and use those things to draw us close and point others to Him.”
For more information about the book signing, contact HPU’s Walker Memorial Library at email@example.com.
Photo cutline: Kadee Carder (top) and Deborah Pierson Dill