Thursday, November 15, 2012

Mystic Seafarer’s Trail includes Amelia Earhart's Wedding Day



Secrets behind the 7 Wonders, Titanic's Shoes, Captain Sisson's Gold, and

Amelia Earhart's Wedding

Mystic, CT—Author's latest book, Mystic Seafarer’s Trail, is a humorous and historical look at the haunts and homes of Mystic’s famous sea voyagers—living and dead—and includes little-known details about Amelia Earhart’s wedding in Noank.

About the book: While searching for the Seven Wonders of Mystic with her beagle/basset hound, author Lisa Saunders uncovers the secrets behind the Titanic's shoes, Captain Sisson's hunt for gold, and Amelia Earhart's Noank wedding. But will she ever find an adventure of her own--one that will make her thin and famous? Enough to afford a housekeeper? When walking the Mystic Seafarer's Trail (which Lisa designed for those who don't like to go uphill), she meets a blind sailor who invites her on a long, winter voyage. Can this plump writer defy squalls, scurvy, and her fear of scraping barnacles to survive this epic journey?

The soft cover and e-book (which provides an excerpt) are available at: www.amazon.com/author/lisasaunders

Upcoming events include:

Sunday, December 2, 2012, 2 – 4 p.m.

Mystic Seafarer’s Trail Launch Party and Holiday Open House

Meet the seafarers featured in the book. Light refreshments and autographed copies available.

Where: Mystic River Acupuncture, 167 Broad Street, Groton, 06340 (on street parking)

More info, directions: www.mysticriveracupuncture.com, 860-448-6766, clm1208@aol.com

 

Tuesday, December 11, 2012, 6:30-8:00 p.m.

Mystic & Noank Library, Ames Room

Mystic Seafarer’s Trail presentation and author book signing. Light refreshments.

More info: http://mysticnoanklibrary.com, Development Office, 860-572-8191, or mnldevelopment@juno.com

About the Author: Lisa Saunders is an award-winning writer living in Mystic, Connecticut, with her husband and beagle/basset hound. A graduate of Cornell University, she is the author of several books and works as a part-time history interpreter at Mystic Seaport. She is a member of the Mystic River Historical Society and Daughters of the American Revolution. For more information about Lisa’s work or availability for speaking, visit www.authorlisasaunders.com, or write to saundersbooks@aol.com (Media may contact Saunders directly for a review copy.)

 

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