E-town grad thriller novelist, teen trilogy writer share work at Bowers Writers House
At 5 p.m. Saturday, March 24, Bowers Writers House hosts its first alumni-student reading with Pam Chillemi-Yeager, Elizabethtown College class of 1977 graduate, and current E-town student Cayla Kluver, who presently is on leave from her studies as she tours the country to promote her Legacy trilogy.
Chillemi-Yeager's debut novel "Deadly Tattoo: The First Day of Christmas" was released in 2008, and her second novel, "Dark Revenge: The Second Day of Christmas," which continues the story of retired homicide detective Mick Christmas, was nominated for a Bram Stoker award. Chillemi-Yeager resides in South Carolina with her family.
Kluver, a Wisconsin native, self-published her first novel when she was 15. Since then she has written a young adult trilogy, which is published by Harlequin Teen and is sold in more than 16 countries. Kluver plans to return to Elizabethtown College at the conclusion of her tour.