Mill Creek, WA: Here Comes Auralia

When I was a kid, my idea of a great Friday night on the town involved going to the library and assembling a stack of storybooks so immense that my mom had to help me carry them to the counter.

So it’s a thrill to be invited again to read at a public library.

On Thursday, February 28, I’ll be reading from Auralia’s Colors, and answering questions, at the Mill Creek Library at 7:00 pm. And you’re invited. Yes, there will be copies for sale.

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