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Local Author Day coming to Buckley library

The Buckley library will host Local Author Day, bringing together nine area residents who have penned books.

The Feb. 14 event is a product of the library, Kathy Norbeck and the Plateau Area Writers’ Association. It will run from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. and six of the nine participating authors will be signing and selling books.

Local Author Day at the Buckley Library, will be held on Thursday, February 14, from 12:30 to 2:30. Bring your wallet. Six of nine authors will bring books you’ll probably want to take home, and be happy to autograph them.

“At the age of 68 I undertook an 11,433-mile walk of the perimeter of the USA,” said Rob Reynolds, Enumclaw resident and author of “George Washington, Jesus Christ and Uncle Fred.”

“My travels have taken me at times without conscious thought, to energy-infused locations around our planet…,” said Genora Powell, Buckley resident and author of “The Black Feather: A Telling Circumstance.”

Suzanne Popp, author of “The Bride Price” and an Enumclaw resident, has traveled throughout Africa. She tells of witnessing “the rapid change of governments from colonial occupation to independence,” visiting the households of

young wives and mothers and listening “as they poured out their dreams of a better future.”

Event organizer Marjorie Eldred has written a multigenerational memoir, “Seizing the Treasure,” and says, “If you read my book, it will make you want to write your own.”

Other authors taking part are Paul Jackson, editor of the association publications and author of “Letters From Paul”; Robert Gaylord, past president of PAWA and author of “Five P’s in a Pot: Winning Texas Hold ’em”; Shawn Inman, newly-elected PAWA president and author of “It Feels Like the First Time”; Florence Petheram, author of “Magic is for When You Need It”; and Ellen Hansen, author of “Granny Gullfeather and the Missing Medallion.”

 

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