Klindt’s Booksellers hosts the annual Northwest Author Festival on Saturday, Sept. 10 from noon to 3 p.m.
Klindt’s is bringing 11 eleven regional authors, all with new titles, together for one day. Each author will set up throughout the store, where you are free to visit with them, have your books signed, and discuss their writing processes.
With authors spanning multiple genres, from local history to mystery, there will be something for readers of all ages to enjoy:
Jeff Alworth, “The Beer Bible” (Cooking/Beverages)
Jessica Blackburn, “The Echoing” (Young Adult)
David Jonathan Brown, “Quest for Forgiveness” (Historical Fiction)
D.C. Jesse Burkhardt, “Columbia River Gorge Railroads” (History)
Sharon Duerst, “Seeding Hope” (Fiction/Romance)
Samuel Hall, “Daughter of the Cimarron” (Historical/Christian Fiction)
Bart King, “The Drake Equation” (Middle Grade Fiction)
Kate Dyer‐Seeley, “Silenced in the Surf” (Mystery/Thriller)
Pauls Toutoughi, “Dog Gone: A Lost Pet’s Extraordinary Journey” (Pets /Nonfiction)
Yvonne Wakefield, “Babe in the Woods” (Memoir)
Edith Webster, “A Long Way from Stones River” (Historical Fiction)
This year’s author festival is scheduled in conjunction with Route 30 Bottles and Brews Homebrew and Chili Cook-Off contests, complete with live music and barbecue — not to mention a soapbox derby. The event is free and open to the public.