LOCAL AUTHOR VISITS THE SEBRING LIBRARY TO TALK ABOUT HER NEWEST NOVEL
Anne Reynolds is a longtime resident of Lake Placid. She is an educator, archaeologist, speaker, and author. Her life revolves around family, church, education, and the joys of discovery. Her other interests are art, archaeology, reading, travel, education, and sharing adventures with her friends and family. She is also an award winning poet and free-lance writer. She claims writing is her passion and painting, her therapy. “A Will of Her Own,” was awarded second prize for Pre-Published Women’s Fiction. The story is set on a South Central Florida ranch near Okeechobee. In A Will of Her Own, she references local events and places in Lake Placid and Sebring.
Reynolds’ first fiction work “Winter Harvest”, is a contemporary romance novel, set on a cattle ranch in Colorado. The story is Dana Winter’s journey to acceptance, wholeness, and new love, after suffering loss, a failed marriage, and scandal. This is a story about flawed people who find forgiveness and redemption. Winter Harvest was a finalist in the Royal Palms Literary Awards
Reynolds will have a book signing at the Sebring Public Library on Thursday, November 19, from 11:30 am to 1:00 pm. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information contact the Sebring Public Library at 863-402-6716.
Download flyer — Anne Reynolds November 19 2015