It’s going to be a busy summer for WWW members! Hold on to your hats!
Coming up in 2018’s Summer:
June 14 – Randi Samuelson-Brown will be reading from her book The Beaten Territory at the Bud Werner Library in Steamboat Springs at 7:00PM
June 19 – Milana Marsenich will read from her new release The Swan Keeper at Fact and Fiction in Missoula at 7:00PM
June 20th – Anne Schroeder will appear on the Authors of the Pacific Northwest podcast to speak about her new release, Walk of the Promise Road. Listen here: https://vikkijcarter.podbean.com/
June 29 – Milana will hold a book signing of The Swan Keeper at a fundraiser for the Montana Waterfowl Foundation in Polson MT from 5 – 7 PM.
June 30 – Randi Samuelson-Brown will present the lecture “The Women of Hell’s Swift Alley” at the Byers-Evens House for History Colorado at 1:30PM. (Tickets required)
July 7 – Marcia Fine will be giving the lecture “Marketing Research and Fortitude for Authors” at New Life Presbyterian Church in Albuquerque at 11:00AM
July 11 – Milana Marsenich will be reading and signing The Swan Keeper at the Polson MT library at 7:00PM.
July 29 – Marcia Fine will offer the Keynote Speech at the Anusim Conference in El Paso (time TBD).
Congratulations to WWW Members!
Randi Samuelson-Brown’s The Beaten Territory, was a recent finalist for the Colorado Author’s League 2018 genre fiction award.
Mara Purl’s latest novel, When Otters Play just won a Finalist Award at International Book Awards. It was also the winner in Regional Literature of the Los Angeles Book Festival Awards.
Sara Dahmen’s 2018 release, Widow 1881, recently won the Author’s Circle Fiction Book of the Year award.
Marcia Fine’s Hidden Ones: A Veil of Memories has won First Prize from Indie Writers in the Multiculural Category (this is the 7th award for Hidden Ones).
Milana Marsenich’s first novel, Copper Sky (released in 2017), is a 2018 Spur Award finalist for the Historical Novel category.