Please join Jim Guhl for a book discussion about his latest book, “South of Luck.” The story is set in rural Polk County, Wisconsin during the summer of 1945, and it features a high-school-age boy with a chip on his shoulder and a magnetism for trouble. For his own good, but against his will, he… Read more »
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Join us for an evening with Mary Logue, an award-winning poet and mystery writer who also writes for children and young adults. In addition to the Claire Watkins mysteries and the Karen Nash Librarian-Sleuth series, she’s written Dancing With an Alien, which made several “Best” lists, and the Bloodwater Mystery series with her husband Pete… Read more »
Join award-winning mystery writer David Housewright to hear about his new novel “Dead Man’s Mistress” from the Rushmore McKenzie series. Housewright, a member of the illustrious “Minnesota Writers on the Map,” has 19 novels under his belt. We’ll be serving refreshments. This event is co-sponsored by Chapter2Books, Hudson’s independent bookstore.
Meet Jacqueline West, author of the bestselling middle-grade “Elsewhere” series. Her new novel, “The Collectors,” has been called “a brilliant fantasy adventure.” For all ages.
Hear the life story of Tibetan refugees and the Midwestern woman who helped guide their journey, Madeline Uraneck. Uraneck shares the remarkable story in her book, “How to Make a Life: A Tibetan Refugee Family and the Midwestern Woman They Adopted,” which is a blend of memoir and immersion journalism. Tibetan tea will be served.
Join us for a fun evening with author, actress and comedienne Lorna Landvik. Lorna has written 11 novels, including Patty Jane’s House of Curl, The Tall Pine Polka, Angry Housewives Eating Bon Bons, Once in a Blue Moon Lodge, Welcome to the Great Mysterious, ‘Tis the Season and Best to Laugh. Lorna has performed both… Read more »