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JAYNE ANN KRENTZ -- TUESDAY APRIL 21, NOON
Jayne Ann Krentz is back, this time as Amanda Quick, to sign copies of “Garden of Lies,” a tale of intrigue and murder set in Victorian London. She’ll be in the store at noon Tuesday April 21 to sign copies and meet fans. Can’t make it that day? You can order a copy for Jayne to sign, which we’ll send to you (or you can pick it up at the store). Find the details at the “Jayne Ann Krentz” tab on our website.
ATHIMA CHANSANCHAI -- SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1:30 p.m.
How well do you know your own city? What's on your bucket list of sights, sounds, tastes and experiences? What should be? Seattle journalist and writer Athima Chansanchai is here to help you discover your own city with her new book "100 Things To Do In Seattle Before You Die." Come meet Athima and learn more about the well-known treasures and undiscovered gems of this city.
INDEPENDENT BOOKSELLERS DAY
STELLA CAMERON -- 1:30 p.m. May 2
We're celebrating Independent Booksellers Day by introducing a second author for whom we're handling advanced orders of signed copies of books. Stella Cameron is a local author but a national bestseller. Now she's launching a new series of mysteries, with the first book, "Folly," due out May 1. We're now taking orders for that book. For more on Stella and the new Alex Duggins mystery series, see our Stella Cameron page.
Stella will be in Page 2 at 1:30 p.m. May 2 to sign copies, meet fans and speak on the topic of "New Trends in the Character-Driven Mystery." Please call or email to reserve a spot at this presentation.
MEGAN MORRISON -- 11 A.M. SATURDAY MAY 9, BURIEN LIBRARY
Middle-school teacher Megan Morrison has created the fantasy world of Tyme, whose residents include a certain well-known long-haired girl. But do you know there’s much more to the Rapunzel story? Come meet Megan, learn about her debut novel and have her sign copies for you (cupcakes are also on the agenda). Page 2 is handling sales for this event, which will be held at the library, a block from our store.
MARTHA BROCKENBROUGH -- 2 P.M. SATURDAY MAY 23rd
The latest book from Seattle author Martha Brockenbrough (“Devine Intervention,” “The Dinosaur Tooth Ferry”) is a Depression era tale of an unlikely love, between an African-American girl who dreams of becoming the next Amelia Earhart by day and sings in the smoky jazz clubs of Seattle by night, and the white adoptive son with all the world’s opportunities before him. What do the fates have in store for these two? Come meet Martha, learn about the book and Seattle in 1937, and enjoy a jazz vocal performance by her daughter.
SONJA ANDERSON -- 3 P.M. SATURDAY JUNE 13
Elementary-school librarian and local author Sonja Anderson introduces her new book "Sophie's Quest," featuring the fun and faith-challenging adventures of Sophie Topfeather, an owl, and Timley, a mouse, as they run away from home and board a ship bound for the Holy Land.
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WHERE WE'RE AT
We are Located at:
457 SW 152nd St.
Burien, Washington, 98166
At the corner of Sixth Avenue (across the street from the new condos, just west of the city hall/library building).
Open 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Monday through Saturday
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