YA author Sandhya Menon brings us another sweet romance at Third Place Books in Seward Park.
Wendy Wahman kicks off summer reading at the Barnes & Noble Columbia Center in Kennewick. She has many upcoming events-- check them out!
Temple Grandin will be at University Temple United Methodist Church to discuss Calling All Minds.
Help Sarah Jane Marsh launch Thomas Paine and the Dangerous Word at Brick & Mortar Books!
Wendy Wahman (see above)!
Join YA authors Kelly Loy Gilbert, Andrew Shvarts, and Tamara Ireland Stone for a discussion at University Bookstore.
So many of us have taken a writing class from Peggy King Anderson. Here's our chance to celebrate her! Join the party for Peggy's new middle grade historical fiction at Brick & Mortar Books!
Karen Robbins shares her book creating journey at The Charles Pink House in Port Townsend.
Wendy Wahman celebrates Nanny Paws, Eastside-style, at Brick & Mortar Books (see above).
Join YA authors Sabaa Tahir and Renée Ahdieh at Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park to hear about their latest releases.
Kat Sheperd rolls into town to celebrate her spooky middle grade debut at University Bookstore!
June 16, vol. 1
David Patneaude launches his latest YA novel, Fast Backward, from Brick & Mortar Books!
June 16, vol. 2
Hugo House presents another Write-O-Rama! $60 and a writing implement gets you an afternoon of 5 workshops of your choosing.
June 16, vol. 3
Wendy Wahman at Page 2 Books in Burien (see above).
Suzanne Selfors and Dana Simpson visit West Seattle via Page 2 Books for their WordsWest Literary Series.
The Chuckanut Writers Conference returns for two days of writing workshops.
June 29-July 1
Katherine Grace Bond offers her 3rd annual "Full-Bodied Writing" Summer Retreat.
It's no lie that it's time to party for Laurie Thompson's latest at Brick & Mortar Books.
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