Action Packed First Week of Spring!

We're utilizing all the sunshine and good vibes we can this first week of spring with a bouquet of great events here at the Bookshelf!

Monday, March 22nd at 6pm - Virtual Book Club discussion of  My Ántonia by Willa Cather

Join our booksellers for our virtual book club discussion of My Ántonia by Willa Cather. Pre-registration is required. Our Book Club meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 6pm. All book clubs and events will be held virtually via Zoom for the foreseeable future. We're always happy to see new faces, and there's no month-to-month obligation. Please join us for a fun, casual discussion, and enjoy some refreshments - BYOB.  REGISTER HERE

Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:30pm - Books in Common NW: Susan Conley & Rick Bass

 Criss-cross the US in an exciting literary evening with Susan Conley and Rick Bass as they share their respective new books Landslide, and Fortunate Son: Selected Essays from the Lone Star State. Susan Conley's Landslide is an immersive look at one woman's reckoning with the disintegration of her family, her marriage and her community. Rick Bass's Fortunate Son is a literary tour of the Lone Star State by a native Texan of exceptional talent. The essays encompass a Texas that is both lost and found, past and present. They are bound together by a deep love and a keen eye for the land and its people and by an appreciation for what is given, a ruefulness for what is lost, and a commitment to save what can be saved.  REGISTER HERE

Wednesday, March 24th at 6pm - Country Bookshelf Presents: Malcolm Brooks

From the author of the national bestseller Painted Horses, Montana favorite Malcolm Brooks returns with Cloudmaker - a soaring, spirited novel set during the Age of Aviation and the summer of Amelia Earhart's final flight, in which a young tinkerer and an aspiring pilot building their own airplane unexpectedly come into possession of a rare Lindbergh flight watch owned by a bank robber whose fellow criminals want it back. Cloudmaker is a tale of American ingenuity and optimism set against the backdrop of a deepening Great Depression.  REGISTER HERE

Thursday, March 25th at 6pm - Books in Common NW: David Laskin

Books in Common NW is delighted to welcome award winning author of The Children's Blizzard, David Laskin, for a transporting evening to share his evocative new book What Sammy Knew -- a turbulent coming-of-age novel about a young man who loses his innocence and finds his soul in the ferment of New York City in 1970's.  REGISTER HERE

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