Friday and Saturday will welcome a host of talent from the entertainment and media industry to gather at the waterfront in downtown Beaufort for the annual Beaufort Pirate Invasion. Among those most familiar with pirate festivals and Caribbean history is author, Jaye Helm who will be signing books, providing photo opportunities.
Beaufort, NC, July 31, 2015 –(PR.com)– Friday and Saturday will welcome a host of talent from the entertainment and media industry to gather at the waterfront in downtown Beaufort for the annual Beaufort Pirate Invasion.
Big names in the industry will rub shoulders in the historical setting as buccaneers mingle with the public in the festival. Among those most familiar with pirate festivals and Caribbean history is author, Jaye Helm who will be signing books, providing photo opportunities, and meeting her fans at Old Beaufort Shop on Turner Street in Beaufort, NC.
“This will be an exciting opportunity to meet fans in Beaufort,” Helm states. “I can’t think of a better place to launch the book.”
Helm’s first novel, “Sarafina and the Pirate’s Spyglass,” has already experienced pre-sales records according to the publishing company that represents her book, Doce Blant Publishing. This is the first novel in the Sarafina series, which is a classic tale of adventure, written for children and YA readers.
“We anticipate that sales will continue to climb,” says Marti Melville, the Creative Director for Doce Blant Publishing. “We anticipate an exciting year for 2015 as the world meets Sarafina.”
About the Book
Upon discovery of a rare antique box, Sarafina uncovers an ancient spyglass that transports her back to the 18th-century where she meets scallywags bearing cutlasses, who sail aboard tall ships that bear an unusual black flag. But when she is suddenly kidnapped, she must quickly use her cunning to survive the adventures of the Spanish Main before the spyglass is lost and she is forced to live the rest of her life at sea as a pirate.
About the Author
Jaye Helm’s love for writing started at the age of sixteen. She began her career as an author writing poetry and children’s stories – her earliest poem published several years ago. Coloring her love of reading is the historical flare found in the 18th-century Caribbean with pirates. Jaye can be found dressed up in authentic clothing from the Golden Age of Piracy, frequenting pirate festivals all over the U.S. Jaye Helm lives in Georgia. She is currently writing the second book in the Sarafina series.
Contact information: Marti Melville 951-265-4411 firstname.lastname@example.org www.doceblant.com
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