April 29, 2022
Authors Mary Walsh and Bruce E. Mowday
will sign books and talk about their works
during Hershey Artfest
HERSHEY _ Authors Mary Walsh and Bruce E. Mowday will make a joint appearance at Hershey Artfest.
The Hershey History Center will host Hershey’s largest premier juried art show, Hershey Artfest, on Saturday, May 7 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the Cocoa Beanery and the Englewood Barn Complex, 1215 Research Boulevard, Hummelstown.
“Mary and I are looking forward to meeting book readers from the greater Hershey area,” Mowday said. “Mary writes wonderful historical fiction, rom-com, steamy romance, cozy ghost stories, and non-fiction books and mine are non-fiction history, true crime, business and sports. We’ll have books for all readers.”
Walsh lives in Mechanicsburg. For more information on her books, see www.marywalshwrites.com. Mowday, who lives in West Chester, has written more than 20 books on history, true crime, sports and business. For information on his books, see www.mowday.com.
Walsh added, “My first novel Catch a Break was born when I got into a fender bender. That’s when I realized I could weave a story about anything. Some of my stories are based on personal events and some are figments of my broad imagination.”
The ArtFest features food and music, and an expanded selection of artists. The Hershey Artfest has something for everyone. For more information on the festival, see www.hersheyartfest.org.
Mowday will have copies of his latest book, Lafayette at Brandywine: The Making of an American Hero. Also, he will feature his three books on Gettysburg, Pickett’s Charge: The Untold Story, J. Howard Wert’s Gettysburg and Emotional Gettysburg. His true crime books include Stealing Wyeth, about the theft of 15 paintings from the famed artist’s estate, and Jailing the Johnston Gang: Bringing Serial Murderers to Justice.”
Walsh will feature her rom-com books Plenty of Fish in the Ocean State and Catch a Break, steamy romance books Where or When and His Second Chance, cozy ghost story Fine Spirits Served Here, historical fiction Once Upon a Time in Chicago, and several non-fiction books.