Media/Events

Voices of the Valley: Journeys, and anthology by Tri-Valley Writers Club

 

Local Author Featured in New Book: ‘Journeys’ appeared in the Livermore Independent on November 11, 2018. I served as co-chair in the production of this anthology, and my short story, The Very Bad Fairy is included.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Event on October 13th, 2018: Indie Author Fair at Livermore Library from 2:00 to 4:00 featuring the novel Lower World. The fair follows presentations by Andy Weir of The Martian fame and Ann Parker of The Silver Rush series from 1:00 to 2:00.

Event on August 11th, 2018; Indie Author Fair At Dublin Library from 2:00 to 4:00 featuring the novel Lower World as well as others.

Here’s a cut off video of my toasting folks who contributed to Lower World at my launch party of Lower World, November, 2017.

 

Mom on a Mission

momonamissionThe University of Iowa Alumni magazine featured Eloise Hamann’s efforts to posthumously publish her son, Shannon’s

The setting of Inhabited is loosely based on the author’s hometown, Rock Valley, Iowa. An article describing the novel appeared in the Sioux City Journal, the largest newspaper in Northwest Iowa.

An article also appeared in the Spartan Daily, San Jose State University’s newspaper on the mathematicican author of Inhabited. (Pg. 7)

Eloise Hamann spoke at the November 2015 meeting of the Tri-Valley chapter of the National Active and Retired Federal Employees Association and has spoken at local book clubs. She is willing to speak in the Bay area.

KGOThe author, accompanied by her daughter, Heather,  were interviewed on the Mo Langan show on KGO radio about her efforts to publish her and Shannon ‘s writing.            .