A Thriller for Everyone -- Sept. 1. 2008

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BookWorm Publishing, (BWP), represented three Long Island East End thriller authors at the recent SOUNDS ON SOUND Festival, held on July 26th and 27th at the Martha Clara Vineyard, owned by the Entenmann's family, and produced by Diversely Delicious Gourmet International Foods. The thriller category is considered to be a highly popular genre of fiction, and BWP seized the opportunity to present this dynamic trio at the event amidst the talented blues musicians who took to the stage throughout the day.

I was pleased to meet with so many people, and have the opportunity to discuss my books,

Patti Ann Bengen of BWP, and writer of romantic thrillers, was there to meet and greet people as they shopped with the vendors represented at the event. "I was pleased to meet with so many people, and have the opportunity to discuss my books, "New Beginnings" and "The Devil's Dance. It was most unfortunate that we were rained-out, and I mean severely, on Sunday. It would have been another day of meeting interested readers, and great sales on books for all three authors." Ms. Bengen brings her experience with domestic violence and people abuse to the public's eye through her thrillers. The author explained her other interests: "I was pleased to introduce Nia and ZUMBA to so many interested parties. Nia is a threefold, low-impact, cardiovascular program blending the explosive power of the martial arts, the dance arts, yoga, tai chi, and meditation, making it possible to stay fit and reap holistic benefits. ZUMBA is a high-impact Latino dance program that is sweeping the world with its hot dance m oves set to dynamic Latino rhythms.


Robert Banfelder, author of psychological thrillers, "The Author," "The Teacher," and "No Stranger Than I," had the opportunity to talk about his books and the serial killers in them. No doubt a heart-pounding subject, Banfelder easily drew in the crowds. At that moment the question was not "who dun it," but what title should I buy? http://www.robertbanfelder.com.

Frank Mundus-the "Monster Man" and fisherman who caught the shark portrayed in the book and movie "JAWS" and was the inspiration for the character "Quint" - reeled in the crowds with his photo albums and autographed pictures of his prize catches. People eagerly bought autographed copies of the author's newest release, "Fifty Years A Hooker," as young and old listened, in fascination, to the tales Mundus had to relay, especially one young child attending the festival with his favorite stuffed animal that just hapened to be a hammerhead shark. http://www.fmundus.com.

All three authors have their books listed with http://www.amazon.com for sale.


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