FRIDAY AUGUST 21 AT 6:30PM
Four short talks, one great evening.
Presenters: Judith Fisher, Linda Lambert, Sharon Bowers (writing as Aron Lee Bowe) and
Join us for Local Authors Night, a more-or-less quarterly presentation by a panel of Mendocino County writers. Each will read or speak for 10 minutes, followed by an open question-and-answer period and a wine-and-cheese reception.
Are you a published (or self- published) writer living in Mendocino County? Interested in participating in future Local Authors Nights? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Born just after World War II, Judith Fisher had a seemingly normal childhood, but beneath the veneer of middle-class normalcy, her mother battled depression, migraines, and addiction to prescription pain relievers. By the time Judith was ten, her mom had suffered three nervous breakdowns and had had a number of electroshock treatments.
A sizzling new novel set in Taos, New Mexico. The third in the Justine Trilogy, preceded by the award-winning, The Cairo Codex and The Italian Letters.
The Italian Letters lies in the sensuous curvature of ancient, 20th and 21st century Italy. The sequel to The Cairo Codex follows the adventures of anthropologist Justine Jenner after she is expelled from Egypt in the wake of discovering the diary of the Virgin Mary.
When an earthquake nearly buries anthropologist Justine Jenner in an ancient crypt, she finds what appears to be an ancient codex which, if real, could radically threaten the world's great religions.