Beth Rowles Scott shares her story from the frozen plains of Saskatchewan to the burning plains of Africa in Pinch Me. Memoirist Brenda Peterson discusses Finding Rapture Here on Earth. And New York Times best selling novelist Robin Hobb introduces The Rain Wilds Chronicles. Please join us Monday at Noon Pacific! .
Beth Rowles Scott has accomplished more in her retirement years than most people do in their lifetimes. For example, she met the love of her life in her 60’s; earned a doctorate; established an award winning program that has built ten primary schools in Kenya and helped thousands of kids attend university with scholarships. See more at www.acceskenya.org. Beth Rowles Scott is appearing at Third Pace Books in Seattle on Friday March 5th at 6:30 pm PT.
Fantasist and New York Times bestelling author Robin Hobb begins a new adventure in The Rain Wilds Chronicles. Book One opens with a tangle of sea serpents migrating up a river toxic with acidity. Robin lives in Tacoma, WA, and has been writing for publication for the past 30 years. Robin Hobb’s short fiction won the Asimov’s Readers’ Award, and she’s been a finalist in the Nebula and the Hugo awards. More about Dragon Keeper and Robin at www.robinhobb.com.
The Los Angeles Times called Brenda Peterson “a hauntingly funny writer”. Her new memoir, I Want to be Left Behind, Finding Rapture Here on Earth, is described as a spiritual mission where Fundamentalism meets Deep Ecology. She’s the author of 16 books including the novel Duck and Cover, and a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. Brenda lives on Seattle’s Salish Sea. Read Seattle Times review by Tyrone Beason. More on Brenda Peterson.
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