Saturday September 7: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome Dr. Richard Rapport and his book “Seattle’s Medic One” at 2 p.m.! Dr. Rapport’s book discusses the two men who in 1968 created Seattle’s Medic One program – a coronary care system to be implemented before the patient reaches the hospital. Dr. Rapport will discuss his book, take questions, and sign copies of his work. Please join us!
Sunday September 8: The Neverending Bookshop’s Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Group will meet at 2 p.m. to discuss “The Beast Player” by Nahoko Uehashi.
Saturday September 14: Join The Neverending Bookshop’s audiobook craft group at 6 p.m. for another night of crafting and books! We’ll continue “A Long Way to a Small Angry Planet” by Becky Chambers. For those following along at home, we left off at Day 157, toward the end of the book. Bring your portable craft and join us!
Saturday September 21: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Amanda Frame with her fantasy book “Into the Void” at 1 p.m. Amanda’s book follows two people, John and Anna, who are separately impacted by the Void – a desolated mirror image of our own world. Though their narratives are decades apart, can they find a way out together? Amanda will discuss and read from her book, answer questions, and sign copies of her work. Join us in welcoming Amanda to Perrinville!
Saturday September 28: Mel & Mia’s Unique Pastries and The Neverending Bookshop are pleased to welcome the Perrinville community at 11 a.m. to a celebration launching a community wishtree! Based on the book “Wishtree” by Katherine Applegate, the celebration will focus on acceptance and joy within the Perrinville (and beyond!) community. TNEBS owner Annie Carl will read an excerpt from “Wishtree” and Mel & Mia’s owner Rebecca Pennington will have special menu items for sale. Community members young, old, and in between are welcome to bring their wishes to tie to Perrinville’s wishtree. Please join us for this celebration of community and acceptance. For more information, please call (425) 415-1945.
Saturday September 28: The Neverending Bookshop happily welcomes local author LeeAnn McLennan with her Supernormal Legacy trilogy at 2 p.m. LeeAnn will talk about her books, do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of her work. The Supernormal trilogy centers around 14-year-old supernormal Olivia and her super powered adventures. For more information about LeeAnn and her books, visit www.lemwritesstories.com.
Saturday October 12: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome back local author and historian Paula Becker! Paula will be discussing her new book “A House On Stilts”, a memoir about her son and his fight with addiction. Paula describes her latest book as an “intensely personal account of trauma and survival offers a timely exploration of a family forced to grapple with America’s opioid crisis.” Paul will discuss her book, take questions, and sign copies. For more information about Paula and her books, visit www.paulabecker.org.
Sunday October 13: The Neverending Bookshop’s Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Group will at at 2 p.m. to discuss “Practical Magic” by Alice Hoffman. Feel free to join our conversation, and help us pick our book for November.
Friday October 18: Are you ready to hear some spooky stories? The Neverending Bookshop is very pleased to welcome local authors J. Anderson Coats, “The Green Children of Woolpit”, and Deborah Cuyle, “Haunted Everett Washington”! Both books contain lovely, chilling tales, perfect for the autumn season. They will discuss their books, take questions, and sign copies of their work. Join us for a hair-raising good time!
Saturday October 19: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome Oregon author Jackie Shannon Hollis with her book “This Particular Happiness”at 2 p.m.! Jackie’s book discusses her decision to spend a life with the man she loves, but without children. Jackie will be in discussion with her husband Bill. She will also read from her book and sign copies. For more information about Jackie and her work, visit www.jackieshannonhollis.com.
Saturday October 26: The Neverending Bookshop warmly welcomes author April Christofferson and her book “Grizzly Justice” at 2 p.m. Following characters Ranger Will McCarroll and Blackfeet wolverine biologist Johnny Yellow Kidney through their fight of protecting the grizzlies of Yellowstone, April’s latest book takes on conservation and environmental protections. April will do a reading, take questions, and sign copies of her book. For more information about April and her work, visit www.aprilchristofferson.com.
Saturday October 26: What’s better on a spooky evening than sharing it with bookish people? Join local authors at 6 p.m. at The Neverending Bookshop as we celebrate the supernatural season with stories, snacks, and the bookshop ghost!
Saturday November 2: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Christine Day at 2 p.m. with her book “I Can Make this Promise”! Christine’s first middle grade novel follows the story of Edie, a young Native American girl who’s mother was adopted by a white couple. With no connections to her heritage, Edie has no way of knowing her history. Until she finds a mysterious box in her attic. Join Christine to learn more about Edie’s story! For more information about Christine and her work, visit www.bychristineday.com.
Saturday November 16: At 2 p.m., The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Douglas Margeson at and his book “Gazing at the Distant Lights”. Framed in a coming-of-age story, Douglas tells the story of a young man and his college experiences in the 1960s. Douglas will discuss and read portions of his book, answer questions, and sign copies. For more information about Douglas and his work, visit dougmargeson.com.