McMinn, according to the news release, is the author of 26 published novels. "Chickens in the Road" goes on sale Tuesday. A hardcover edition is $17.39 on Amazon.
Huntington woman pens novel
Rose Sefton of Huntington has written a novel titled "Mind Mauling Hot Sauce," and printed by PublishAmerica.
The book tells the story of a child protective service worker in Minneapolis who finds out social work is a dangerous job.
TERRA ALTA -- "Shovelful of Sunshine" by Stacie Vaughn Hutton won Gold in Moonbeam's category for books about Mind-Body-Spirit/Self-Esteem.
The story about a little girl coming to terms with her daddy's dangerous job as a coal miner is illustrated by Cheryl Harness and published by Headline Kids, an imprint of Headline Books in Terra Alta.
The 32-page hardcover picture book sells for $16.95, and is available at local and online bookstores.
Book signings at Tamarack
BECKLEY -- West Virginia authors, with books for sale at Tamarack, stop by to sign their books, talk to interested readers and answer questions from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
On Oct. 18, Norman Jordan will sign his poetry book "Sing Me Different;" Saturday, Annette Rose will sign copies of her book "Eat, Scream and Be Merry" and Lisa McCombs will sign copies of "Abby;" Oct. 20, Wes Harris will sign copies of his books "When Miners March" and "Dead Ringer;" and Oct. 27, Bob Barnett will sign copies of "Growing Up in the Last Small Town."
For additional information, contact www.tamarackwv.com or 888-262-7225.