8 local authors to appear at Third Thursday Art Walk
Readers of all ages and just about any genre will enjoy meeting the authors of eight new books at Edmonds Conference Center, 4th and Bell, 5-8 p.m. Thursday Dec. 19.
“A personally autographed copy is a great gift for that special person on your list,” says Barbara Kindness, event coordinator.
Following are the authors who will participate in this special Third Thursday Art Walk venue, where simultaneously a juried art show will be held.
• Robin LaDue and Mary Kay Voss: “Totems of September – a Novel of Loss, Healing and Redemption” (hailed by one reader as a favorite “feel good book,” alongside “Water for Elephants” and “The Help”).
• John B. McIntyre: “Choices Made, Prices Paid” (the personal story of an ex-con and son of a police officer who has an important message for teens and parents).
• David Alan Morrison: “Travels with Penny” (the hilarious adventures of a gay guy and his mom); and “Rescuing Awen” (a fantasy for middle-school age group).
• Sean Salazar: “The Babylon Prophecy – Book Two: Beneath the Temple” (the second in this exciting espionage thriller series). In case you missed it, “Book One: Countdown to Doomsday” will also be available.
• Bruce Bradburn: “The Quadra Chronicles: An Otter Odyssey” (a delightful tale of triplet river otters near Vancouver Island, one of whom –Oscar – dreams of exploring beyond his familiar home, and we follow his exciting adventures).
• Halimah Bellows: “Career Quest Cards” (boxed set of 24 cards with career development exercises; perfect for undecided students or people in mid-life seeking fulfilling change).
• Lee Ann Saxon, editor: “Cooking in Harmony with the Singing Chefs of Sno-King Community Chorale” (over 150 recipes & anecdotes from chorale members; a fundraiser for 2014 Chorale tour in Italy/Austria.)
• Barbara Kindness for Chuck Randall: “My Impossible Dream—The Story of Chuck Randall” (an inspirational true story by the Hall of Fame basketball coach from WWU).