Local author M. Paul Hollander will be sharing his local Civil War-era historical fiction book "Lost Lady: The Lady Elgin Tragedy." He will talk about the history behind this tragedy as well as the process of researching local history and turning it into an engaging book. He will also share his experiences in self-publishing, and the event will end with a Q&A with the author. Refreshments will be served! The presentation will be followed by a meeting of the Sheboygan County Writers Club, and you are welcome to stay to discuss writing at the meeting or leave after the author's presentation/Q&A.
Author bio: M. Paul Hollander is a teacher, motorcycle enthusiast, and a history lover. Each year he combines those three passions traveling around the country, visiting historical sites, delving into the past, and learning what is seldom found in history books. He is the co-creator of the Lewis and Clark Replica Trail in Grand Marsh, Wisconsin, a hiking/biking trail which allows visitors to “walk” in the steps of some of the most monumental explorers in history. He currently resides in eastern Wisconsin.