USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHORS TO READ FROM THEIR WORKS
FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!
ADDED ATTRACTION!! KINDLE FIRE RAFFLE. ONE LUCKY WINNER EACH EVENING.
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Could you use some fantasy in your life, perhaps some romance? We’ve planned two special events for you. Come to one or both. Each evening will provide unique content.
Dec. 14, 6-8 p.m. at The Eatery upstairs (Mammoth Brewing Company). Readings from Tarnished Legacy by Ann Gimpel and Haunting Suspicions by Kate Richards.
Dec. 15, 7-9 p.m. at Black Velvet Wine Bar. Readings from Deceived by Ann Gimpel and All’s Fair by Kate Richards.
***ADDED VENUE! Dec 16, 6-8 at the Bistro at Snowcreek.***
A selection of the authors’ works will be available for sale each evening. Books signed by the author make great holiday gifts!
Ann Gimpel, USA Today bestselling author and longtime Mammoth resident, will read from Deceived and Tarnished Legacy, two of her recent books. A lifelong aficionado of the unusual, she began writing speculative fiction a few years ago. Since then her short fiction has appeared in numerous webzines and anthologies.
Her longer books run the gamut from urban fantasy to paranormal romance. Once upon a time, she nurtured clients. Now she nurtures dark, gritty fantasy stories that push hard against reality. When she’s not writing, she’s in the backcountry getting down and dirty with her camera. She’s published more than fifty books to date, with several more planned for 2018 and beyond.
A fellow USA Today bestselling author, Kate Richards will also read from two of her books, Haunting Suspicions and All’s Fair.
Richards divides her time between Los Angeles and the High Sierra. She would gladly spend all her days in the mountains, but she’d miss the beach—and her very supportive husband’s commute would be three hundred miles.
Wherever she is, she loves to explore all different kinds of relationships in her stories. She doesn’t believe one-size-fits-all, and whether her characters live BDSM, ménage, GLBT, or any other kind of lifestyle, it’s the love, the joy in one another, that counts.