Brainerd author to discuss book March 30
Brainerd author M E Fuller will discuss her debut novel, "Saving the Ghost," from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, March 30, at Sage on Laurel in downtown Brainerd.
The event is free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase.
"Saving the Ghost" is a story of resilience and courage. When Ellen McInnis left home at 17, she was free of her abusive father's violence against her. His death brought the terrors of childhood back to life. Ellen, now 57, is desperate to tell the truth. She believes it's the only way she can save herself from total emotional collapse.
But there's only one living family member she can trust, her elderly Aunt Mercy, and Mercy is keeping her own secrets, devastating secrets of unimaginable horrors and betrayal.
Fuller is available to speak to groups about the writing of "Saving the Ghost" and to discuss the importance of this difficult yet timeless topic.
Fuller has published short fiction in Shark Reef-A Literary Magazine, Talking Stick 26, PHOTOWRITE 2018 and South85Journal blog. "Saving the Ghost" is her first novel. She is a freelance writer and visual artist in central Minnesota. She is a member of Brainerd Writers Alliance.
This project was supported by Five Wings Arts Council with funds from the McKnight Foundation.