We are looking forward to our 5th Local Authors Night at Roundabout Books! Join us in supporting these new authors as they share their stories, answer questions and sign books.
Beth Alvarado, who teaches at the OSU-Cascades MFA program, reads from Anthropologies, in which she layers scenes, portraits, dreams, and oral histories from two very different families to create a web of communal history.
Terry Healey will present his memior, At Face Value: My Triumph Over A Disfiguring Cancer, provides insight and inspiration from the perspective of a 21 year old male who lived life on easy street, then was suddenly confronted with a facially disfiguring and life threatening cancer. It's the story about struggles and transformation.
Author, endurance athlete, wellness advocate, and recovering alcoholic/addict Spencer Newell tell that it was running that helped save him. In Appetite for Addiction, Spencer touches on everything that contributed to his own dependency and shows how honoring his true passion is what allowed him to recover.
Despite these extremes of the high desert climate, agriculture thrives, thanks to the hard work of dedicated farmers and ranchers. Author Sara Rishforth goes behind the scenes to present the story of the local farm-to-table movement.
USA Today bestselling author, Tawna Fenske, writes humorous fiction, risqué romance, and heartwarming love stories with a quirky twist. Cuteness counts sometimes, and At the Heart of It has that in spades. This is a really funny, sweet story; bubbly and tender-hearted, it tells a entertaining story about kind, honest, good people.