Writers In The Grove Author Book Sale

UPCOMING EVENT – SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2022 11am-5pm

Find your next favorite read. Visit Writers in the Grove Book Sale on Saturday, September 17, 2022.  Our booth at the Forest Grove Corn Roast and Fall Festival on the Pacific University campus will be filled with Writers in the Grove author books. The following are just a few of the gems you’ll discover.

Adams, Paula Sheller, A Bear in My Sky, illustrated children’s literature

Adams, Paula Sheller, this little space, poetry

Farley, Ann, Tell Her Yes, poetry

Field, Susan K, Grit: A Biography of Phyllis (Phillips) Koenig, nonfiction

Gessner, Greg, A Gentle Rage, poetry

Greathouse, Lowell, Rediscovering the Spirit, From Political Brokenness to Spiritual Wholeness, nonfiction

Lubarsky, Diana Kay, Dante’s Angels, fiction

Lubarsky, Diana Kay, Fighting the Dragon, poetry

Nordgren, MaryJane, The Nandria Series, three historical fiction novels

Stackkpole-Cuellar, Anne, Fidelia’s Friends, illustrated children’s literature

Stackpole-Cuellar, Anne, Sculpting the Art in Music, Observations of a Flutist, nonfiction

TAWK Press, Seeds of … An Anthology of Pacific Northwest Writers, anthology

and more!

Author Robert Grandpa Kratz will give away children’s stories. He will print a story on demand, and each will include the child’s name printed in it as the main character. Now, how fun is that?

The Forest Grove Corn Roast and Fall Festival features the 31st annual Valley Art Chalk Art Festival in the morning; vendor booths, entertainment, and some four tons of local corn to eat from 11am to 5 p.m.

See you there!

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