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Free Literary Events at Eugene Public Library, December 2013

All events are free and open to the public. More information: 541-682-5450 or www.eugene-or.gov/library Print Your Book Sunday, December 1, 2:30 p.m., Downtown Eugene Public Library, 10th & Olive This 2-hour class offers an introduction to the many self-publishing resources available online. Whether you have written a book you want to print and sell widely,…

Free Literary Events at Eugene Public Library, November 2013

All events are free and open to the public. More information: 541-682-5450 or www.eugene-or.gov/library From Immigrants, to U.S. Citizenship, to the American Dream Saturday, November 2, 3:00 p.m., Downtown Eugene Public Library, 10th & Olive Author Robert Liebenau will give a talk about his family memoir, From Immigrants, to U.S. Citizenship, to the American Dream.…

Terry and Tiffany Jacobs Release MERMAID DROWNING

Available Now: Mermaid Drowning, Terry Jacobs and Tiffany Jacobs Evelyn has a husband who adores her, three wonderful children, a fulfilling career, and a past which harbors a secret she denies even to herself. After ten years of a perfect marriage, Evelyn’s husband, Sam, discovers her secret within the pages of a forgotten journal. Overwhelmed…

Free Literary Events at Eugene Public Library, October 2013

All events are free and open to the public. More information: 541-682-5450 or www.eugene-or.gov/library Atlas of Yellowstone Tuesday, October 1, 6 p.m., Downtown Eugene Public Library, 10th & Olive Established in 1872, Yellowstone National Park was the world’s first national park. The new book Atlas of Yellowstone is a beautiful and compelling visual guide to…

Benefit for the Oregon Poetry Association (OPA), Sept. 24

Barnes & Noble, Eugene, Oregon, presents a Student Poetry Open Mic and double book launch for local Eugene poets C. Steven Blue & Laura LeHew. The Sept. 24 event benefits the 2014 Oregon Student Poetry Writing Contest, sponsored by the Oregon Poetry Association. Where: Eugene Barnes & Noble, 1163 Valley River Center, 541-687-0356 When: Tuesday,…

Free Literary Events at Eugene Public Library, September 2013

All events are free and open to the public. More information: 541-682-5450 or www.eugene-or.gov/library Novelist David Hascall Thursday, September 12, 6 p.m., Downtown Eugene Public Library, 10th & Olive Eugene author David Hascall will read from his historical novel, The Longest Wooden Railroad: A Season of Embers. Set in 1929, it shows how a tiny…

Available Now: THE MARTINI OF DESTINY, by Anthony St. Clair

“Buoyant with a unique humor, twist and focus on international travel. It went down quick and I loved every moment” — From a ★★★★★ Amazon review One drink changed the world A special martini gives courage to a doubting man, a ghost doesn’t pay for his pints, a destiny-slinging bartender questions everything, and the world…

CHARLES SCHWAB AND THE U.S. GOVERNMENT, by Wayne Pierce, Available Now

In this nonfiction book, author Wayne Pierce begins his story by describing his romantic relationship with a woman he eventually learns is Charles Schwab’s former fiancee. According to the author, Schwab becomes obsessed over his former lover and engages in many months of harassment, stalking, and blackmail. When the author reports Schwab’s illegal activities to…

THE MARTINI OF DESTINY, by Anthony St. Clair, Available June 20

Update: Available Now: THE MARTINI OF DESTINY, by Anthony St. Clair E-book Giveaway Open for Entries Till June 18 » Bartender Jake Hongkong has served drinks, decisions and destinies for The Management longer than any other Jake or Jade. He knows when a person needs more than just a drink, he knows exactly what they…

OTTERS IN SPACE II: JUPITER, DEADLY, by Mary E. Lowd, Available July 5

Pre-order at FurPlanet » Spies! Jet packs! And a water-phobic feline surrounded by otters! IN SPACE! On her way back to Earth, Kipper the tabby cat finds her plans derailed when hostile vessels attack friendly otter ships orbiting Jupiter. The Jolly Barracuda flies to the rescue, dragging the hapless tabby even farther from home and…