KENSINGTON — The second event in the Lit Fest commemorating the 125th anniversary of the Kensington Library will be “ a Night with Romance Authors” again moderated by Daniel Provost, English teacher at Exeter high School.
The event will be on Tues., February 18 at 7:00 p.m. at the Kensington Library which is located on 126 Amesbury Road.
Lily Baldwin, Kathy Bailey and Satin Russell, who are local authors, will read from their books and answer questions from the moderator and audience.
Growing up, Satin Russell was an avid reader who wanted to be either an English teacher, librarian, or author. So, of course, she became a financial advisor. Years later, she realized that life was short, and decided to follow her dream. Now, she’s published three books in her romantic suspense trilogy called The Harper Sisters: “Secret Hunger”, “Secret Need” and “Secret Gifts”.
Kathy Bailey has worked as both a staff and freelance journalist for Seacoast Media Group, the Union Leader, and Nutfield Publishing in Londonderry. She semi-retired in 2017 in order to devote herself to a growing interest in Christian fiction. She has won or was a finalist in several contests, including the 2018 American Christian Fiction Writers Genesis contest. Her debut novel, “Westward Hope” takes place in the Oregon Trail era where two characters with a complicated past unexpectedly meet again.
Lily Baldwin has written numerous romantic novels including the Highland Outlaw Series. She has a BA in anthropology from the University of New Hampshire, and an MA in International Studies from Birmingham University in the UK. She lives in New England with her husband and daughter.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 603-772-5022 or email email@example.com.