For anyone who joined us at the Author Event today I humbly request a sharing of pictures! Unfortunately, I only own a simple point and shoot camera so many of my images are slightly out of focus – Smile, laugh, cry … relive the moment 🙂
Come one come all to the JUZDIZRTS Author Event in Richmond Hill @ Covernotes!
—1pm – 3pm 10268 Yonge Street
JUZDIZRTS has 7 fantastic authors tingling with anticipation ready to share excerpts from their latest books. Be sure to stay after the showcase to meet each one in person and learn more about their writings and experiences as we draw for free prizes, drink coffee, and enjoy each others company.
The Richmond Hill Line Up – July 27th
Thriller Author V. M. Gopaul – Tainted Justice
Travel Author Jim Scott – On Five Continents and Three Oceans
Thriller Author Lawrence Segel – Squaring the Circle
Eclectic Author Sherry Loeffler – That Dreaded ‘C’ Word
Contemporary Fiction Author Ruth E. Walker – Living Underground
Thriller author Lawrence Segel has joined the JUzDIzRTS Author Event!
Dr. Segel is a freelance medical journalist with hundreds of articles published on such subjects ranging from medical humour, infamy and blunders, to the history of medicine, and medicine in literature.
He has published two novels: the 2012 New Age reincarnation thriller “Squaring the Circle” and a 2013 medical-legal drama, “Informed Consent.”
Dr. Segel lives in Aurora with his two dogs, and has a keen interest in various occult paths from both Western and Eastern traditions.
Dr. Lawrence Segel will be reading from “Squaring the Circle.”
Perhaps, the ultimate vengeance comes from the grave!
Squaring the Circle is a New Age thriller. It is an atypical ghost story that addresses humankind’s darkest history, yet shines light on the possibility of finding redemption through alternative other-worldly forces. Squaring the Circle may be an impossible mathematical equation, but this book offers answers that defy logic.
“This event is an excellent forum for writers to meet each other and develop an audience for their works. Writing seems to be such a vicious circle of frustration. No one wants to publish or read you unless you are already published and well known. I’m sure this event will have many undiscovered talents present, but not so undiscovered once it is over. Thank you for all your help.”