Author Patricia Nolan-Brown will present a talk and book-signing at the Woods Hole Public Library on Monday evening, August 11 at 7:30 PM. Her new book is “Idea to Invention” in which she shows the path between the first brilliant idea to the finished product. Step by step she outlines clear ways to carry a product through to production while keeping hold of the process for oneself. She will bring copies of her books for sale and signing.
Patricia Nolan-Brown has been inventing and marketing problem-solving products for more than 22 years. Among her many inventions is a best-selling car seat mirror, sold internationally, which enables drivers to see infants placed in rear-facing car seats. She has sold tens of millions of products and holds multiple patents and registered trademarks.
In addition to being a serial inventor, Nolan-Brown is also a consultant, video-blogger, and motivational speaker for widely diverse groups: from Fortune 500 CEOs to grade-school science-fair hopefuls. She has demystified the invention process for thousands of people and helped them convert their ideas into must-have merchandise.
Her business savvy and warm, humorous style have made Patricia a popular guest on radio shows from Austin to New Zealand, She and her inventions have also been featured in many newspapers and in national magazines and newscasts.
Patricia lives just north of Boston with her husband, three daughters, and her Westie, Coconut. For additional information, you may visitwww.patricianolanbrown.com or call the Library at 508-548-8961.