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Upcoming Events & Available Authors
K.A. Nelson is a former US Marine Corps officer, Penn State graduate, and avid wreck diver. He resides near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
You can check out his author website for more information on how to book him and upcoming events!
Tim Lake has enjoyed a long career as a newspaper, radio, and television journalist with prominent TV News anchor positions in Philadelphia, Houston, Charleston, South Carolina, and Albany, New York. He has reported on major stories throughout the southern United States, Texas, Washington, the Mid-Atlantic, and New York. Most recently, he was the anchor and host of Empire State Weekly, a political talk show airing on ten TV stations in New York State.
He’s available for book signings, article writing on the Bergdolls, and author talks throughout the eastern seaboard.
Brendan Lyons grew up just north of West Chester in Downingtown, PA. He has a degree in History Education from Villanova University. In 2004 as part of his Eagle Scout project, Lyons took up the cause of funding and building a monument to Charley, which now stands in Greenmount Cemetery in West Chester.
He’s available for book signings, as well Civil War round table talks and podcasts to discuss Charley King.
Jennifer L. Green graduated from University of Delaware with majors in anthropology and history, and earned her Master’s degree in American History at West Chester University of Pennsylvania. She has conducted research and written for websites like ExplorePAHistory.com and the Encyclopedia of Greater Philadelphia and has worked at historic sites throughout Chester and Delaware counties.
She is available for virtual events and in-person book talks in the Greater Philadelphia area.
|March 5th, 7pm EST
|Presentation on Killing Shore
|Hackettstown Historical society
|March 9th, 10:30am EST
|Delmarva During the 1942 U-boat Offensive, presented by Killing Shore author
K. A. Nelson
|Fort Miles Historical Association
|Reserve Seat Here
|The War Offshore, presented by Killing Shore author
K. A. Nelson
|Navesink Maritime Heritage Association