Auburn authors publish new books | Lifestyles


Two Auburn authors recently published new books.

Tammy Davis, who was born and raised in Auburn, recently published her first book, “Haven Island: Faith Revealed”.

In a press release, Davis said she struggled to read in elementary school, but later became a voracious reader. She was inspired to become a writer by her grade 11 English teacher, Martha Shosa.

“Haven Island” is influenced by Irish mythology, in particular the love story of Aengus Og, god of love, and Caer Ibormeith, goddess of dreams and prophecy. Davis began reading the stories while learning about his ancestral origins of English, Irish, Scottish and German. His next three books will continue the story of “Haven Island”: “Hope Revealed”, “Love Revealed” and “Luck Revealed”.

“Faith Revealed” is now available at Walmart and Barnes & Noble stores, and online at Amazon.

Meanwhile, Auburn author Sharon L. Hann has released “Hope Faith Love”, a new collection of plays.

Using her own experiences as inspiration, the pieces are meant to encourage readers to reflect on their relationship with God and their priorities, according to a press release.

“These pieces were written to help everyone realize, no matter what they are faced with, that there is always an answer and a place to go for advice and reassurance,” the statement said.

“Hope Faith Love” was published by RoseDog Books, of Pittsburgh.

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