“It’s Like Live Audio Books!” You’re Invited to Bring a Friend to this Social Event Showcasing Local Authors. Kick Back Enjoy a Drink and Listen to Stories Read by Jeffrey Cook and other Novelists from the East Side Seattle Area. Also Literary Open Mic…
Enjoy Wine Specials, Espresso or other Tasty Treats at this Live Reading Event!
FREE ADMISSION, EVERYONE WELCOME!
Featuring: Jeffrey Cook, Casondra Brewster, Victoria Bastedo, Sheri J. Kennedy, David S. Moore & Kennedy J. Quinn and More…
It was Norwescon’s 40th year this year, and many of our featured authors attended. I found this photo of FVP Featured Author, Jeffrey Cook, among the photo archives of Norwescon for the 4oth anniversary. This was our table from 2014, our first year at the Con as a group. Such fun to see how things started out and a great picture of Jeffrey!
A New Release from FVP Featured Author, Sheri J Kennedy! FEELING HUMAN – Find it on Amazon today!
Yay! The big day is finally here and my new book Feeling Human is officially released on Amazon! In celebration I’m hosting a Virtual Launch on Facebook and will be hanging out at Writer’s Cafe’ with books available for signing all evening. You can find out more HERE! Join in!
Here’s what early readers are saying about Feeling Human:
“It was brilliant! Intriguing, unusual and yet so human and familiar.”
“The storytelling in this book is amazing. Each scene is fascinating and well written and the writing style pulls me right in.”
“A unique look into the mindset and emotions of people with entirely different lives, desires, and struggles. This story ties together various tales in a seamless… telling of Jac’s story, of not just self-discovery, but of understanding the reasons behind the actions of others.”
“I really lost myself in it. I liked the variety of…
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Do you like Audio Books? You’ll love Wine & Words…It’s like Live Audio Books with Friends. Come on out and enjoy some readings with us! …Black Dog Snoqualmie
Do-nut miss this great local production of a funny and thought-provoking play. April 7-9 Last chance!
After a visit to Georgia’s Bakery – where I snacked on the delicious cronut – I went upstairs to the Village Theatre to see the Superior Donuts production!
My last experience with community theater wasn’t that great, so I didn’t have high expectations going in, however, just seeing the set I could tell that this show was going to be good. Care and detail had been put into the set. The walls of the donut ‘shop’ were made to look old and outdated. They even had a fake view to the outside with an open sign and everything!
If you get a chance, I would highly recommend this play!
Full of laughs and catch you by surprise contemporary phrasing (aka adult language), Superior Donuts was highly entertaining. The play itself contained great dialogue and character interaction and while some scenes were a bit unusual, the play as a whole was…
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Another great writing tip from FVP Featured Author, Victoria Bastedo:
Make a way to keep a record of creative thoughts while you’re out and about. Put a notepad in your purse or coat pocket, or figure out the Voice Recorder app on your phone. You have to be purposeful about this or you’ll lose some great inspirational moments.
Many writers know that they have creative thoughts while they’re driving. Or you might hear a great conversation or see an intriguing sight at the park or the gas station. ‘I’ll have to remember this idea so I can do something with it later…’ is a risky decision. For me, I never remember it all later. Later I can only think- ‘but it sounded so clever when I had the bright idea in the car!’
One last tip on this subject; you might have great ideas while in the shower. Don’t bring your phone app in there!