The Weare Area Writers Guild comes together to share our work, provide feedback, and encourage each other.
We meet at 10:30 am on the 1st and 3rd Fridays each month, in the Sawyer Room of the Weare Public Library, 10 Paige Memorial Lane, Weare, New Hampshire 03281.
You can buy signed books from us at the events listed below or purchase unsigned copies online. Click on the image of any book, and it will take you to the purchase link. Most are available on Kindle and in paperback.
"...a deeply honest and moving account of their struggle with Alzheimer’s disease."
Concord Regional Visiting Nurse Association on MELTING ICE—SHIFTING SAND
“Intensely absorbing…the charged political climate of the day is drawn with refreshing nuance."
Historical Novel Society on UNDER THE SUGAR SUN
"If only American history were taught to school children as colorfully and truthfully as Evans portrays the era she writes of. She manages to entertain, frighten, comfort, and teach her readers with subtlety and depth."
Amazon reviewer P. Parker on EBENEZER MUDGETT AND THE PINE TREE RIOT
"Kevin Lane has not re-invented the genre here but he has taken it and produced a highly polished, skillful and above all enjoyable book that will allow readers to escape into a richly textured fantasy world."
FantasyBookReview.co.uk on GLAMMENPORT
“Put your chair and toes in the sand and take in the quintessential Maine scene....This book will transport you into a world of emotions with characters whose personalities you’ll come to love!”
Romance reader Lisa Baron on HOPE FROM DAFFODILS
"In a clear, conversational tone, [Sullivan] offers practical and reassuring advice on a range of topics, including how fathers influence what their sons read, what kind of physical environment fosters reading, and why reading large numbers of titles—even below grade level—is essential to making boys lifelong readers . . . While Sullivan's stated audience is parents, educators and librarians will also find valuable insights in this volume."
Marybeth Kozikowski, School Library Journal, on RAISING BOY READERS
"Ellen Reed has that rare writing gift of Samuel Clemens [Mark Twain]. She spins a heartfelt folksy tale filled with intrigue and mystery. . . .
Be warned: once you start reading you may not want to stop."
Amazon reviewer Brian Van Korn on THE GHOST OF BARRED OWL FARM
"I purchased this delightfully, witty, warm and wise children’s book on the advice of a young mother whose children loved the story. I found the tale to be an excellent learning tool with many lessons: family unity, kindness to and understanding of others, both in the human and animal worlds."
Amazon reviewer Janice Kenny on AIREDALES AND OTTERS TOGETHER