Self publishing in the 21st Century, Sunday May 5th from 2-4pm at Central Park Library

Clarence Robert "Bob" Tower

Santa Clara artist and author Clarence Robert “Bob” Tower will be talking about how he published his charmingly illustrated historical fiction novel, The Adventures of Zach Gentry: a Tongue-in-Cheek History of the Opening of the West, using Amazon’s CreateSpace. Quoting from James Cox, Editor of  the Midwest Book Review: “From witnessing the beginning of the Pony Express, to mining gold and silver in Nevada Territory, to the gut-wrenching massacre that took place at Wounded Knee, The Adventures of Zach Gentry pulls no punches in its retelling of icons and legends of American history…Famous personalities abound in Gentry’s travels, which blend legend and adventure into a satisfying whole. A choice pick for reader’s of all ages”!

Kathy (Kathleen) Gonzalez will also talk about the publishing field.  Kathy, a teacher and a writer has been published by Simon & Schuster and she has written many feature stories and essays for newspapers and magazines. However, she has also started her own publishing imprint, Ca’ Specchio, and  self published books about Venice.  Her latest book is Seductive Venice: In Casanova’s Footsteps, a Venice guidebook and e-book about the places associated with the life of one of the world’s most famous lovers!

A book-signing program will follow the lecture.  Books by both authors will be available for sale.

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