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Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Spring Art Walk Event

It must be spring! The first Art Walk of the season comes this Friday, April 29, to the charming historic downtown of Cottage Grove. And I’ll be there with my books at The Bookmine from 6 to 8 pm or later. It’s such a great store–a pleasant place to hang out during the Art Walk, …

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Gift Shops for Books

Gift shops and other general merchandise outlets can be great places to find books and often provide nice displays for local authors, like this one at Roseburg Book and Stationery in Roseburg, Oregon, near my home. This store on Roseburg’s downtown Jackson Street has been around for over 100 years, and it has generally been …

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Lovely Afternoon at Tsunami

I was delighted to greet a lovely bunch of friends at Tsunami Books in Eugene on Sunday afternoon for the book signing and reading there for my new historical novel, The Shifting Winds. Most of my special Willamette Writers group came, as well as neighbors and newfound cousins and other wonderful friends. This bookstore is …

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Headed for Tsunami Sunday

We’re headed for Tsunami on Sunday for my Eugene launch of The Shifting Winds. The store’s banner, caught in the late afternoon light, speaks of a storm of waves rushing fast against a vivid sky. And I guess that’s the hope for every book. May it create its own waves, bringing readers into a world …

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The Delightful Books Gallery

The Books Gallery in Sutherlin offers the most delightful atmosphere for book lovers, and I enjoyed my Saturday afternoon event there surrounded by books with the enticing fragrance of coffee and tea wafting through. There are of course more temptations from the Lighthouse Center Bakery to go along with your brew of choice. As mentioned …

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