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Local Authors at The Loft – February 2019

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The Book Loft of German Village

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Join us February 10th from 1pm -5pm and meet the authors! Free Event!

The Book Loft of German Village is proud to spotlight local talent. This February, we present Susan Kay Box Brunner, Susan Furniss, D.N. Borders, Angie Hill and Mina R Raulston.

During the event, those that had RSVPed on Eventbrite will get an additional 15% off your purchase of the featured authors books as well as your entire purchase of any of the books and gifts on our shelves! Just present your Eventbrite ticket on your phone when you check out with our cashier. Offer excludes all green and pink labeled items.



The paparazzi, the media, and the bloggers couldn’t get enough gossip on the man named Durim Bridges. Nor could the public escape the news when Durim Bridges was in his height of glory or the day he crashed and burned in love. And yet his professional fame rose, along with his newfound wealth, and he was eventually voted one of the top ten most eligible bachelors in the world.Again the paparazzi, the media, and the bloggers continued in hot pursuit of Durim Bridges. An overheard phone call placed Durim Bridges in a little town in Ohio called New Beginnings. And it can’t be found on the map. Where is New Beginnings? What would Durim Bridges a potential senior partner in the prestigious law firm Bradley and Bradley of New York City, possibly be doing in a town so removed from anywhere else? Suddenly a picture snapped. A man looking a lot like Durim Bridges, though not dressed in known business suit attire, but in jeans and cowboy boots moved. “Oh hurry, the man is behind the café and who’s the woman in the shadows?”

Susan Kay Box Brunner is an Award-Winning Author, Devotional/Motivational/Panelist Speaker, a Workshop Leader in the ABC's of Writing, & Marketing Tips, --And Radio Personality. Susan is native to central Ohio who currently resides in Grove City. As a Christian writer, her novels offer hope, family values, and range from inspirational-romance, adventure, history, and mystery. Susan is a graduate of Franklin Heights High School, and The Ohio State University. Susan serves in the Columbus community and is involved with local Bible groups, the Grove City Women's Civic Club, the Columbus Arts/Writers Group, and the Grove City Writer group. www.booksbysusan.com



An intimate collection of grief poetry and prose centering around the difficult emotions we hide beneath the surface - away from the rest of the world. This book was birthed by the deaths of the author's husband and youngest daughter. They died within 58 days of each other. In beneath the surface: grief, the author explores and distills the guttural, raw response to their deaths and believes that grief is not something to "get through" or "get over" - it's something you live. An honest reflection of grief, this book is meant for people living one of the most misunderstood of all human experiences - grief.

Susan Furniss is an author, blogger, and grief advocate. She has just published her first book: beneath the surface: grief. The poems and prose within the book center around deep raw grief after the deaths of her husband and youngest daughter 58 days apart followed by the death of her dear friend two years later. Her story is relevant to anyone grieving and the challenges of facing life after devastating loss.

Susan’s mission and writing purpose is to validate for other grievers that is okay and normal to mourn, and mourn deeply. She firmly believes that grief isn’t something to “overcome” or be healed” of – instead grief is something that you live. Susan lives on a small farm in Pickaway County.


After suffering the devastating loss of his mother Susan, Derryck makes a life altering discovery within his parents’ home. He unearths secrets which have been locked away for centuries. He delves deeper into his families forgotten past, and learns the truth of his bloodline, who he is, and where his destiny lies. Ethereal entities unveil to him the entirety of our terrestrial history. They give him insight to their past and offer him the opportunity to join their order. If he agrees, he will enter into an unseen conflict which has been ongoing since the emergence of man. This is A Keepers Tale We follow the Bader family throughout the histories as they struggle to maintain equilibrium among our societies. Nefarious forces within powerful guilds wish to kill or enslave humanity by the masses. The Bader family and their allies have been appointed to quell their attempts.

D.N. Borders has lived in Ohio all his life, but enjoyed visiting many other states while employed with a graphics company in his youth. He has since settled down in a small Ohio county, and lives a quiet life with his wife, their two children, and two very spoiled feline companions. He enjoys spending time outdoors hiking and fishing with his family. He has a degree in criminal justice and a passion for history, taking a special interest in Ohio history. His enjoyment of historical novels and his very active imagination led to his decision to write a series of fictional short stories.



"Mommy, Why Am I Not A Butterfly" is a short story to share with your daughter to let her know how special she is to you God bless each person and their family that reads this book. A special thank you to my dear daughter, Brooke and my dear son, Spencer. Love you both very much.

"Mommy, Why Am I Not A Butterfly" is a short story to share with your daughter to let her know how special she is to you God bless each person and their family that reads this book. A special thank you to my dear daughter, Brooke and my dear son, Spencer. Love you both very much.

-Angie Hill



Have you ever been so hurt that you couldn't imagine ever being whole again? Do you know someone who is so broken that all the pieces to their puzzle no longer exist? Do you know what it feels like to have all your hopes and dreams collapse with little to no hope of ever seeing them come to fruition? Mina Raulston found herself in just that situation when she was forced to divorce her husband of fourteen years because of domestic violence. Read Ms. Raulston's compelling story of abuse, poverty, and brokenness turned to healing, deliverance, redemption, and provision brought about by the power of God in her life. If you are hurting, or know someone who is, learn from her experience how to reach out and receive God's solution to your brokenness.

Mina R Raulston has been a freelance writer since the mid-1990's. She has been published in a variety of newspapers, magazines, websites, wrote speeches, and self-published her first book. This book is the first book published by her own publishing house, Hat Rack Books, LLC.

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