Dr. Barbara De Angelis speaks on transformation Oct. 9 at Encinitas’ Seaside Center for Spiritual Living
Ten years ago this month, Encinitas screenwriter Jennifer Gremillion was living in New Orleans, not realizing that a storm brewing deep into the Atlantic Ocean would change her and her family’s lives forever.
Encinitas resident Richard Fitchen is working on a five-book, historical fiction series spanning America’s history.
Like other independent bookstores across the nation, Ducky Waddle’s Emporium is riding the crowdfunding wave.
The International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP) announced its annual award winners last week, which included Encinitas-based author Daron “Farmer D” Joffe for his book, “Citizen Farmers: The Biodynamic Way to Grow Healthy Food, Build Thriving Communities, and Give Back to the Earth,” written with Susan Puckett (Stewart, Tabori & Chang).
A New York Times best-selling author, Eric Blehm is known for telling the stories of those who serve.
Having helped herself, today Lesley Wirth is now able to help others.
For local author Kevin Lydy, everyday scenes or events — so subtle that generally they would go unnoticed — through his eyes become a catalyst for a great story.
Encinitas has often been called a “hippie town,” so it’s no wonder it’s the home of Rocky Gregory, author of “One Groovy Summer.”
For Encinitas author Nancy Johnson, Civil War letters written by her great-great-uncles not only transported her back in time to a defining era in the United States, but also inspired a lifelong love of history and became the catalyst for a trilogy of books.
Attendees at the Authors’ Salon last month, hosted by Hera Hub and moderated by Linda Scott — founder of eFrog Press — hung onto every word that Edith Hope Fine had to say about the world of writing books for children.