Wine & Words is Back!

Join us Thursday, March 8th from 6:00-9:00pm for Wine & Words at The Black Dog Arts Cafe’ in Snoqualmie! FVP’s Featured Author, Victoria Bastedo with be our Special Guest for this evening of Author Readings and tasty treats. All ages welcome. A Literary Open Mic will follow the program. See you there!

Wine and Words Flyer March 2018

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Literary Open Mic Tonight!

Don’t miss this chance to hear works by talented local writers tonight – Jan 26. 7:00-9:30. Poetry, short stories and novel excerpts to entertain and move you. You’re welcome to bring a couple short pieces to read too. Food, Desserts, Espresso, Beer, Wine. Click on the image for more details about the event. Or check out Black Dog Arts Cafe’.

Black Dog Lit Open Mic

Playwrights Festival!

Don’t miss this showcase of Snoqualmie Valley and area playwrights and actors Thurs, Jan 18 and Fri, Jan 19 at The Black Dog Arts Cafe’.  Eight short plays including ones by FVP’s own Victoria Bastedo and former FVP Featured Author, Stephen Matlock and other talented writers. Great theatre for whatever you can afford. Donations benefit The Black Dog Arts Coalition.

PW Fest 2018

FVP’s Final Event of 2017

We always have a great time seeing and supporting our community at the North Bend Si View Holiday Bazaar. And this year we had record sales and would like to thank our community for supporting us too! I hope you enjoy reading your favorite Indie Authors in the New Year!

Happy Holly Days! Si View Bazaar…Books!

Our Holiday Tradition…FVP Books will have a booth at Si View Holiday Bazaar in North Bend on December 2, 2017. Come on out between 9-3 and Meet our Authors and Find lots of Great Books for Gifts or to Read During the Holidays.  Also stop in at the Holiday Festival in downtown North Bend afterwards for a fun family celebration and tree lighting. See you there!

Si View Holiday Bazzar flyer 2017

Writing On the Road! Superhero Hide-Out

I can’t wait to go to Writing on the Road this year! Friday, Nov. 17th Upstairs at the Fall City Road House 5-10pm. All NaNoWriMo writers are free to come to this Snoqualmie Valley Region event. Wear your superhero costume or themed gear and let’s write!!

Hero High-Five

Snoqualmie Valley Region NaNoWrimo Events Calendar

FVP is a big supporter of NaNoWriMo and nearly all of our Featured Authors have completed a novel or several during a frenetic and fun November. Snoqualmie Valley, where we’re based, has our own Region. You can join us for your Home Region on nanowrimo.org if you don’t have an active Region of your own. We have plenty of forums for interaction and many events if you’re near our area. Here’s this year’s superpowered calendar for the Snoqualmie Valley Region NaNoRhinos!

SnoV Region NaNo Event Calendar 2017

Indie Author Day!

King County Library System is hosting Indie Author Day! Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association (PNWA) is sponsoring this exciting day featuring many indie authors and books and including several presentations. FVP’s Featured Author, Rachel Barnard will be presenting and would love to meet you! Be sure to be there this weekend. Saturday, October 14th in Issaquah, WA.

 

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the…

Don’t miss this year’s Bard & Starlet Radio Hour performance. Coming right up on October 21st!  Four short plays by FVP Novelists and a fifth play by guest playwright and director, Bruce Stewart, live on stage. Mark your calendar now!

Bard & Starlet Radio Hour Flyer 2017 Funny Thing - Final

Readerfest! Aftermath of my first Seattle event with FVP!

Thanks to all who came out to see us at Readerfest on Saturday! Here’s Rachel Barnard’s and Victoria Bastedo’s take on the day…

FVP Victoria Bastedo at ReaderfestFVP Readerfest 2017 setup

Rachel Author Barnard

A different setup for a different event! I really liked our featured book area.

Tables and chairs (and tablecloths) were provided. The two food trucks, though they were only around until 3pm or so, were interesting and cool choices. Panels and music entertained people throughout the event. The collection of authors was diverse.

I debuted my semi-finished coloring book (just going to color in more of the cover) for the first time at an event. Sales were on the smaller side, but this first year of Readerfest was well-stocked with vendors and panels and looks to be bigger next year.

Thank goodness parking was a cinch and maps led us straight to the brig! They even had some wonderful helpers and gave us waters! Thanks, Readerfest and hope to see you all next year!

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