A month after all of Honesdale, Pa’s Steampunk Festivities have concluded, the Alert Hook & Ladder Co. #2 of Honesdale was visited by local writer / Hawley, Pa resident Will Wyckoff & his grandsons Max & Sam Hubbard.
After meeting several of Honesdale’s finest & checking out the firetrucks, the boys made a donation to their hosts in their grandfather’s name.
During the July 21st Steampunk festivities, Wyckoff was part of a book sale & signing featuring many local writers on Main Street in front of the Cooperage.
As advertised, all profits from Mr. Wyckoff’s sales were earmarked for Alert #2 where his son Zach is a member.
Author of Birds on a Wire, Rabbit Trails, & Slow Fire Burning, the local writer commonly donates his sales to a handful of local organizations “as a thank you for what they provide to our county.”
Past recipients have been Bethany, Honesdale’s, & Hawley’s libraries as well as Hawley Fire Dept.
On a national level, profits from his book sales also support the American Diabetes Association, the Autism Society of America, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, & PSU’s annual THON which supports research into children’s cancers.
Anyone who wishes to receive an autographed, personalized copy of Mr. Will Wyckoff’s books and support any of these causes, may do so by contacting him via his website: WillWyckoffbooks.com or by contacting him on Facebook.
As always, any of his books may also be purchased via Barnes & Noble or Amazon Books in paperback or Kindle format.