Meet The Author

Discover a new author or reconnect with an old favorite with the Library’s Meet the Author series. Authors introduce their works, discuss the creative process, and take time for questions and answers from the audience. Meet the Author programs take place in the Main Library Auditorium. Admission is free and open to everyone, and books are available for purchase and signing.

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Meet The Author- The Final Witness: A Kennedy Secret Service Agent Breaks His Silence After Sixty Years  

  Special Agent Paul Landis was standing on the running boards of the vehicle directly behind JFK’s Cadillac on November 22, 1963 when tragedy rang out under the skies of Dallas. He hung on to the President’s car as it raced to the emergency room and sat with the President’s wife at the hospital. He […] Read More

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Meet the Author: Digital Assassins

Danielle Spencer is sounding the alarm that Cybersecurity threats are real. Technology is advancing rapidly; laws and policy are not. With two Masters Degrees, a Bachelor of Science and certifications in cybersecurity and Project Management, the author of Digital Assassins: Surviving Cyberterrorism and a Digital Assassination Attempt tells her own story, in fictional form, of […] Read More

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Meet The Author- Cycling Rights

  Protect yourself and others as you enjoy the fun of riding your bike this season. Author and Attorney Ken Knabe will discuss the newest edition of his book Cycling Rights which includes seven comprehensive all-new chapters: Group Riding, Cycling Safety & Kids, Bike Cleveland, Local NEO Bike Clubs, The Ohio Bicycling Federation, The Ohio […] Read More

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Meet the Author- Broad Street Tully: A Rust Belt Tragedy

  For more than thirteen years, David Higgs worked as a table games dealer and pit manager in casinos across the Midwest. What he discovered underneath the glamourized veneer was a sickness he never knew existed: problem gambling. His debut novel, Broad Street Tully: A Rust Belt Tragedy, was inspired by his experiences. Set in […] Read More