Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Book Signing Thanks to Onslow County Crafters' Guild

I had a great time selling and signing my self-published books that deal with local southeastern North Carolina "little known" histories.

Doing some paperwork before my book signings

Due to the fabulous and hard work of the staff members of the Onslow County Crafters' Guild the books signing and display pertaining to my current and long-term research project was a successful adventure.




Wall displaying showing examples of my current cemetery work




Linda Bergman-Althouse was beside me, selling her book, " Save them all, " an intriquing look at how people share a common concern in protecting our local natural resources which, includes our precious wildlife. Linda has a "Holiday Gift Basket" contest going on; why don't you drop her a line or two to see how you can enter.

Display by Linda Bergman-Althouse

Cindy Wozniak was selling some wonderful award winning photography during the Guild's craft fair too. Visit her site to view her intriquing photography.


My on-going research project is now being referred to as--Resurrection Mission--now associated with a "Not-For-Profit" organization home-based in Florida. Similar to my work, the International Association of Preservationists, inc (501-c) promotes, in an educational venue, the idea that older cemeteries need to be protected.

Individuals laid to rest, many forgotten veterans, community officials, or "former slaves," are being forgotten and not officially recognized for their sacrifices and contributions to their community and to our Nation.

The adventure continues...

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