The Ennis Daily News in Ellis County ran a story today in anticipation of my visit to Waxahachie Saturday:
Journalist, author to appear for book signing
Corrie DiManno, Staff writer
Journalist by day, and science fiction author by night, Lou Antonelli is living a double life.
However, Antonelli is able to draw inspiration where the two worlds collide for his first book, Fantastic Texas.
Antonelli is going to be at Hastings in Waxahachie signing his book on Saturday from 5-7 p.m.
Fantastic Texas is comprised of 12 reprinted short stories that are all set in Texas, or in some cases, a secret, magical, alternative Texas-like the second story in the book, The Witch of Waxahachie which was originally published in Baen’s Universe magazine in April 2008.
That is all that's available on-line.
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