Looking for something literary to do this summer?

Copperfield’s Books in Santa Rosa’s Montgomery Village and Redwood Writers have teamed up to present four nights with local writers.

The first event happens this Wednesday, July 10, at 7 p.m. with four local fiction writers. Each will give a brief reading and answer questions about her/his novel and writing.

The authors and their works: Laura McHale Holland/THE ICE CREAM VENDOR’S SONG; Amanda McTigue/GOING TO SOLACE; Linda Loveland Reid/SOMETHING IN STONE; and David Ramirez/THE C-FACTOR.

I’ll be part of a group of fantasy and other genre writers on July 17. Four non-fiction writers will appear July 24 and four children/young adult writers will round out the summer nights on July 31.

The bookstore is located at 775 Village Court, near Ross department store. All the events begin at 7 p.m.

Thanks, Copperfield’s and Redwood Writers’ President Robbi Sommers Bryant for helping to connect readers and writers.

– Robert Digitale

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  1. Amanda McTigue

    “One of the triumphs of fiction is that it is created in the dark… In a reversal of the natural order, I am the shadow, my fiction is the substance.”

    That’s Kurt Vonnegut. A wonderful quote, right? Wednesday night I’ll be happy to be a shadow cast by one small slice of my novel. Happier still to be read to by my fellow authors! Nothing pleases me more: a childhood hold-over, I suppose.

    Thanks for sharing this, Robert.

    July 8th, 2013 11:08 am

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