Join us this Saturday, October 16 at our stall, which will be chock full of books by local authors and fellow SASP members M. J. Hudon, Larry Danek, and Sue Eller. We will be at High Country Orchard, 8518 E Greenbluff Road, Colbert, Washington from 9-5 for Greenbluff’s annual Fall Festival.
A book is a gift that keeps on giving for years and generations to come. Do some early holiday shopping or treat yourself to a story you will enjoy, and wrap yourself in your favorite quilt on a cool night with a hot mug of your favorite beverage.
We hope to see all you adventurous souls up on the mountain among the pumpkins, apples, and cheery people. Dress warmly and stop by for some friendly conversation as well.
M. J. Hudon is currently working on the sequel to her book, “Waxing is Useless.” Set in and around Spokane, Washington, it is the story of Miranda Moon, a mild-mannered mother and office worker, who discovers there really are werewolves in her own backyard.
Larry Danek has written a series of books about a nomadic ghost, who travels from one abandoned, reanimated body to the next to help departed souls with their unfinished business. Larry is also the author of a science fiction-time travel story entitled Jed’s World. Learn how a former Boy Scout adapts to life as a caveman.
I will be joining these two with the first three of my Emily Trace Mysteries, “Meadowlark Madness,” “Taming of the T-Bird,” and “Send in the Drones,” all of which are set in the Spokane area. I’ll also have my latest, an anthology of some of my short stories, which is titled “Short Trips to Alternate Universes.”
For those of you who have not figured out how to travel great distances using the latest alien technology, all our books are available on Amazon in both paperback and ebook formats.