What a wonderful time I had in the City of Brotherly Love! The festival's upbeat spirit was not broken by the blustery winds on Saturday nor the raindrops Sunday afternoon.
I shared the Infinity Booth with a few authors each day and enjoyed sharing our publishing insights. I had a chance to walk around the festival and chat with other authors. I was delighted to see my friend, Austin Camacho, there with his mystery books. At the end of this message is a list of the authors that attended, their books and URL's if they have one.
I had coloring pages made from the sketches in my horse books and the youngsters who stopped by enjoyed being artists! I displayed some of their work while others chose to take their artwork home. I even met a few adult horse lovers!
Several costumed characters entertained the crowds and I'm pictured with a Star Wars storm trooper! Darth Vadar made an appearance and Winnie the Pooh!
Check out the books by these authors (the books can be bought at Infinity's site at http://www.buybooksontheweb.com/ -
Bob Swiatek(NY) novelist and humorous cookbook http://www.bobcooks.com/
Bob O'Connor (WV) Civil War Fiction http://www.boboconnorbooks.com/
Tom Archer (PA) novelist: "Burnt Popcorn and Cheap Perfume"
Roberto DiVincenzo (NJ) memoirs: "First Male Born" and "Last Male Born"
Chris Forman (NY) mystery series http://www.mariahartmysteries.com/
Joe Sindoni (PA) self help book http://www.50reasons.com/
Ron Gardner (NJ) stroke survivor http://www.gardnertraining.com/
Irma Jenkins (NJ) novelist "Dear Honeybunches"
Gerry Stampfel (NJ) fantasy "The Warrior's Path"
Austin Camacho (VA) mystery http://www.ascamacho.com/