Eau Gallie First Friday Features Local Authors

By  //  December 7, 2012

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share on Delicious Digg This Stumble This

Books Available For Purchase and Signing

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Four local authors will sign books at the Eau Gallie First Friday & Tree Lighting tonight.

Writer, photographer and storm chaser Chris Kridler is the author of the novel “Funnel Vision.” (Image courtesy Amanda Stratford, stratfordphotos.com)

The free event will be from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at the Eau Gallie Arts District at Highland Avenue and Eau Gallie Boulevard in Melbourne.

Space Coast authors Karlene Conroy, Terry Cronin, Carol Ann Didier and Chris Kridler will be selling and signing their novels.

It’s a great way to pick up a little mystery, drama, romance or adventure as holiday gifts at the Eau Gallie First Friday Art Walk and Christmas Tree Lighting.

Karlene Conroy is co-author of “The Don Quixote Girls,” a funny, touching and tearful novel using Florida’s Garden of Eden legend as backdrop for the story of four long-time girlfriends who characterize the sandwich generation of today, but with an ominous twist. Conroy co-wrote the novel with fellow Space Coast writer Mia Crews.

Copies of Carol Ann Didier’s book “Apache Winter” will be available for purchase and signing at the Eau Gallie First Friday event on Dec. 7. (Image courtesy carolanndidier.com)

Terry Cronin is author of “The Skinvestigator” mysteries (The Sunshine State Trilogy: “Tramp Stamp,” “Rash Guard” and “Sunburn”), featuring crime-solving Miami dermatologist Harry Poe, who investigates everything from murder to illicit cosmetic surgery in stories that get under your skin. Cronin is a Melbourne-based doctor whose credits include the “Students of the Unusual” comics.

Carol Ann Didier is author of the Apache Warrior Trilogy of historical Native American romance novels: “Apache Warrior,” “Apache Promise” and “Apache Winter.” Carol is a Space Coast author who has thoroughly researched Apache history and culture to realize her fictional world.

Chris Kridler is the author of “Funnel Vision,” an adventure novel about storm chasers who cross paths across Tornado Alley, told with drama, humor and a dash of romance. Kridler is a storm chaser, photographer, journalist and former Florida Today columnist who lives in Rockledge.

For more information about Eau Gallie First Friday, call 321-574-2737.