Do you love to read? Do you like to talk about books, but are too busy to read for a deadline? Do you want to hear about books that other readers have enjoyed? You are invited to this non-traditional take on book clubs – read whatever you want and attend whenever you can, no strings attached. Share a recent read, an old favorite or anything in between.
Do you find yourself constantly asking people what they are reading? Do you love talking to people about books, poems, and essays? We'll chat about what we are reading and maybe even read aloud for a bit. Just sit and listen -- or share!
Come meet the author/illustrator of the popular Lunch Lady and Platypus Police Squad series. Jarrett will perform a reading, sign books, and talk about his Platypus Police Academy program. Featuring guest appearances from friendly Denver Police officers!
The author's books will be available for sale, provided by The Bookies.
Not just for vegans! Try food samples from one of JL Fields’ favorite recipes. Find out why today's pressure cookers are safe, easy to use and ideal for anyone who thinks they are "too busy to cook." Plus, learn simple strategies to add more plants to your diet.
Novelist Dana Myles, East High School, MPW Kennesaw State University, BA Tuskegee University, joined the ranks of independently published authors in the summer of 2008, with her first book, Satin Sheet Memoirs, Volume 1 – a collection of erotic short stories and sensual poems. Since then, she’s self-published three additional books: Let There Be Life, Hello Diva and Breaking Point. Her latest novella, Aphrodite’s Twin, is scheduled to be released in 2015.
Historian Tracy Beach will present on the amazing life of Madame Laura Evens and the history of prostitution in Colorado. And, as a special bonus, Beach will have on display her collection of vintage prostitute clothing dating from 1890-1949, including shoes, fur coats, hats and other artifacts.