Author Archives: David Healey

Susquehanna Lock House Museum sets Shank Lecture Series

In 2020, one of the really dynamic historical lecture series in the region will feature talks on horse racing, slavery and freedom, and old Maryland recipes—with samples. Join Harford County Historical Society Director Maryanna Skowronski for a talk on early … Continue reading

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First Friday book signing!

Join us at Washington Street Books in historic Havre de Grace, MD, for a First Friday book signing with several authors on Dec. 6 from 5-8 pm! John and Kathy’s events are always enjoyable with music, snacks, and great conversation … Continue reading

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Interview with thriller author Eric J. Gates

By David Healey When you’re interviewing a thriller writer who is an expert on cybersecurity and computers in general, it’s a bit embarrassing if the microphone doesn’t work on your Skype account. There’s author Eric J. Gates on the other end … Continue reading

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Canaltown Writers Schedule

Canaltown Writers Conference Chesapeake City Branch Library  2527 Augustine Herman Highway (Route 213) Saturday, September 28, 2019 10 am Welcome and Coffee! 10:15-11:30 “Make it Sound True: How to Hijack Your Reader’s Hearts” with Nancy Mitchell 11:45-1 pm “How to … Continue reading

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Set sail on a C&D Canal History cruise!

In September, I will be leading two history cruises with Captain DJ … the talk will touch on some of the facts and history of the canal and include a few stories from the amazing past of the waterway and … Continue reading

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Pirate Moon & Other Stories new release!

This is my first collection of previously published stories and essays (along with a few new pieces) mostly focused around the Chesapeake Bay region. The essays here touch on everything from the origins of the unique dialect known as Delmarvese … Continue reading

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