Local author Elizabeth Wehman will present a book talk and signing at the Durand Memorial Branch of the Shiawassee District Library at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 29. The event is free and copies of her latest book “Promise at Daybreak” as well as her first novel “Under the Windowsill” will be available for sale and signing after the program.
“Promise at Daybreak” is the second novel for Wehman, who is a former Durand and Perry/Morrice Independent newspaper writer and (Owosso) Argus Press contributing writer. Her first novel, “Under the Windowsill” was released in August 2014. She has also been published in many periodicals including Today’s Christian, The Lookout and The Christian Communicator.
Set in Durand, “Promise at Daybreak” is contemporary women’s fiction highlighting the life of two elderly sisters. The book shows the bonds of family through the relationship of sisters. The book will be of particular interest to those who find themselves caring for elderly family members, enjoy sister relationships, or know promises among family are reminders that those relationships are strong, despite normal disagreements.
For more information on the program, persons may contact the library, (989) 288-3743. Wehman can also be contacted directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.