Jamie will be speaking about this biography on December 9 at the Farmington Public Library. He collected information for years about this beloved local writer.

November 24: Elaine Soto, My Journey to the Black Madonna. In this memoir, Dr. Soto describes her journeys to countries around the world and her art that followed them.

Dr. Barbara is a neuropsychologist and talks about how neuropsychology works and how to eat for the welfare of your brain.

 Marty’s novel is enriched by the author’s personal career at a Botanical Gardens.

Anne will be signing books at the Bloomfield Library on November 4. We talk about the references to Tony Hillerman’s books and writing about the Navajo culture.

Lynn talks about her research for this fiction which is engaging and, at times, funny. Who knew the Celtic fairies were dirty and kind of creepy?

Melody, a prolific Western writer, tells the true stories of fourteen men who rode both sides of the law.

In this three-way conference call, we talk about the collection of short stories and essays written by each of these authors and the collaboration in the murder mystery.

Kate Fox, sheriff of a small town, solves murder mysteries with wit and charm. Shannon makes this character, and the many characters in the series, real people you grow to care about.

Susan’s memoir covers the two and half years she spent with her husband while he suffered with a brain tumor. She talks of the book with candor and sensitivity.

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