A Presentation to the AAUW Easton Branch
By Rebecca Price Janney, Apr 26 2017 03:05PM
I’m very much looking forward to delivering a talk, along with two other authors, this Saturday for the Easton Branch of the American Association of University Women. The event will be their Fourth Annual Authors’ Luncheon, and I’m honored the leaders chose me to be one of the presenters. The other two authors will be Larry Diebert and Chris Redding.
The luncheon will be at the historic Pomfret Club in Easton, a place I visited last fall when I spoke to the Kiwanis organization. I’m excited to have this opportunity to talk about my path as a writer, how the journey began and where I’m at along the way at this point.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION of UNIVERSITY WOMEN
April 29, 2017
Fourth Annual Authors Luncheon
The Easton Branch was founded in 1926 with the aim of encouraging local young women to attend college. Then and now the continued goal of the or-ganization is to promote education and equity to create a better tomorrow for all. With fundraising efforts, we are able to maintain this goal year after year.
A conversation with three authors on their works and their lives.
Larry Deibert has written eight books. He is a Vietnam veteran and is retired from the U.S. Postal Service . Larry and his wife, Peggy, live in Hellertown, Pa. He has two grown children, Laura and Matthew. He is currently working on several projects, including his first werewolf novel, Were- wolves In The Christmas City.
Chris graduated from Penn State with a degree in Journal- ism and is still a diehard Nittany Lions fan. In fact, she bleeds Penn State Blue! Her dream is to get her Master’s degree in education and teach creative writing at Penn State. Her books are filled with romance, suspense and thrills. She also dabbles in copywriting, including web content and product descriptions. When she isn’t writing, she works for a local winery. Chris Redding lives in New Jersey with her husband, two kids, one dog and one show rabbit.
Rebecca Price Janney
Rebecca Price Janney is the award-winning author of 19 books including her latest, Easton at the Forks: A Novel. A graduate of Lafayette College and Princeton Theological Seminary, Rebecca received her doctorate from Bibli- cal Seminary in April 2000. She grew up in the Lehigh Valley, where her grandparents lived across the street from each other, and the Delaware River ran down the middle of the towns she calls home, Phillipsburg and Easton. She now lives in suburban Philadelphia with her husband, 12 year-old son, and a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.