Boos & Brews
 at Maine Sport Oct. 26

Oct 11, 2019

ROCKPORT — Something wicked is coming to Maine Sport Outfitters! Creep, float or crawl on over to 115 Commercial St. on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 5 to 7 p.m. for a scary good time. Enjoy spine-tingling stories from local Maine authors, bone-chilling beverages from local breweries, and wine from Cellardoor Winery. Plus, don’t miss out on the chance to win some frightfully-fabulous door prizes!

This event is free and open to all. Guests must be 21+ to enjoy complimentary beer and wine samples. Presenting authors will have their books for sale during the event. If you have any questions, call 236-7120 or visit

About the authors:

E.J. Fechenda has lived in Philadelphia, Phoenix and now calls Portland home. She is the Amazon bestselling author of "The New Mafia Trilogy" and in addition to working on the "Ghost Stories Trilogy," she’s a contributing author for the "Havenwood Falls" series. She has a degree in Journalism from Temple University and her short stories have been published in Suspense Magazine and several anthologies.

Five-time novelist and freelance writer Meg North lives in Portland. Her love of horror began at a young age, and she delights in all the wonderful gothic ghoulies and ghosties of the Victorian era. Her latest novel, "Shocking Charlotte," will be released in 2020 and is set during the 1880s - the time of Edison and Tesla. FMI:

Morgan Sylvia is an Aquarius, a metalhead, a coffee addict, a beer snob, and a work in progress. A former obituarist, she is now a full-time freelance writer. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in several places, including Wicked Haunted, Northern Frights, Twice Upon An Apocalypse, and The Final Summons. Her most recent book is "As The Seas Turn Red," an ocean-themed poetry collection. She lives in Maine with her boyfriend, two cats, and a chubby goldfish. FMI:

Jen Blood is the USA Today-bestselling author of two critically-acclaimed, action-packed mystery series: "The Erin Solomon Mysteries" and the "Flint K-9 Search and Rescue Mysteries." In addition to her career as an author, Blood is also a freelance writer and certified dog trainer. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing/Popular Fiction from the University of Southern Maine, is a regular blogger with Maine Crime Writers, and leads workshops throughout New England on writing, editing and independent publishing. FMI:

Katherine Silva is a two-time Maine Literary Award finalist for speculative fiction, a connoisseur of coffee, and willing victim of crazy cat shenanigans. She is a member of the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance, the New England Horror Writers Association and creator of the Midcoast Maine Halloween Reading series. Her latest literary projects include a paranormal murder-mystery comedy series heavily influenced by ska and punk, and a period piece described as “Downton Abbey meets American Horror Story." FMI:




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