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August Events

Sunday August 2: Join The Neverending Bookshop’s Science Fiction/Fantasy book group at 2 p.m. as we discuss “Firefly: Big Damn Hero” by James Lovegrove, edited by Joss Whedon. If you have not watched the show and movie, it is available on Hulu and Netflix. We will be social distancing during this meeting, and please do bring a mask if you decide to join us!

Saturday August 8: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Michael Shurgot at 2 p.m. with his book “Green River Saga”. Co-written by Rick O’Shea, the novel takes place in 1866 and tells the story of a band of Southern Cheyenne and Green River ranchers working to settle a land dispute before actions turn violent. Michael will discuss, read, answer questions, and sign copies of his book. Please stop in to join us!

Saturday August 15: The Neverending Bookshop is thrilled to celebrate Bookstore Romance Day once more! Details to come… Visit bookstoreromanceday.org for more information!

Saturday August 22: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Wendy Kendall at 2 p.m. with her book “Kat out of the Bag”. Wendy’s first mystery introduces the world to Katherine Watson, international purse designer and unintentional sleuth. While hosting a gala to showcase Katherine’s bags, a body is discovered. Chaos ensues and our heroine leaps into action. Wendy will be discussing the world of purses, do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of her work. Be sure to stop by and find out more about Wendy and her super sleuth/purse designer! For more information about Wendy and her work, visit www.wendywrites.org.

Saturday August 29: The Neverending Bookshop will be celebrating Independent Bookstore Day by participating the Seattle Independent Bookstore Day crawl! Stay tuned for details!

September Events

Saturday September 5: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local poet Sara Grimes at 2 p.m. with her book “Catch Your Dreams”. Sara’s poetry is about finding her voice after childhood trauma through words and lyrical poetry. She will do a reading, answer questions about her work, and sign copies of her book. Please stop by to find out more about Sara and her work!

Saturday September 12: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome local author Naomi Wark and her book “Wildflowers in Winter” at 2 p.m. Edna Pearson is 92 and considers family the bloodline. As she falls farther into Alzheimer’s that plagues her mind, she relives memories both joyful and distressing from her life. Join Naomi as she discusses her debut novel and all it’s wonderful details. In addition, Naomi will read from her book, take questions, and sign copies. For more information about Naomi and her writing, visit www.naomiwarkauthor.com.

Saturday September 19: The Neverending Bookshop is please to welcome at 2 p.m. local author Bobbi Miles and her book “The Wistful Scent of Lilac”. Bobbi’s historical novel conquers immigration in th 1900s, along with love, family, and life in a new country. Set around the events of the 1909 Alaskan Yukon Pacific Expositiion, Bobbi’s book follows the life of Eldi Holm, a young woman from Norway. Bobbi will discuss her book, do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of her novel. Join us to learn more about Bobbi and her book!

October Events

Saturday October 24: The Neverending Bookshop is pleased to welcome back local poet Oliver Amatist with his book of poetry “Dead Flowers”. Written in the style of free-verse poetry, “Dead Flowers” follows the narrative of a disabled teen. At 2 p.m., Oliver will discuss his work, do a reading, answer questions, and sign copies of his book. Bring your mask, and join us for this poetry-inspired event! For more information about Oliver and his work, visit www.ollieoverart.com.

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