Door Prizes! Dessert Bar! Mimosas! Coffee & tea! Shop in Pine Creek’s wonderful gift shop!

Four authors will be reading from their works, and participate in a panel discussion with questions and answers. All proceeds benefit the Brandon's Goal Foundation, and are tax-deductible. Bios below.




Date & Time: Sunday, March 23rd, from 2 - 4pm

Location: Pine Creek Farms and Nursery, 23225 Sofie Road, Monroe, WA 98272. (360) 863-8866. www.pinecreeknursery.com 


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Participating Authors for "An afternoon with Northwest Authors" 

Rebecca J. Clark is a writer and personal trainer who lives in Monroe with her husband of 27 years and their two children.  She is a best-selling romance author with four published novels. She will be reading and discussing her just released diet book, The Checklist Diet. Contact: www.RebeccaJClark.com

Maureen Rogers is a Canadian transplant, living in Seattle. Her essays and fiction have appeared in many on-line and printed publications including five Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies and two of the Not Your Mother’s Book series: On Being a Parent and On Home Improvement. She will be reading a selection from one of these. Her current writing project is a short story collection of Firehouse Tales: Hose Jockeys, Hotshots and Heroes. Contact: mrogers@gmail.com

Paddy Eger writes YA (young adult) fiction and adventure. She will be reading from her debut novel, 84 Ribbons. This YA coming-of-age novel is one of five books featured in the spring edition of ForeWord Reviews in an article entitled “The Risky Business of Growing Up”. She received three book awards for her nonfiction book, Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms and praise for Educating America Desktop Flipbook. Contact: www.paddyeger.com  

Nicki Chen grew up in Sedro Woolley and lives in Edmonds. She lived in the Philippines for 15 years with her husband and children. She will be reading from her new historical novel, Tiger Tail Soup: a Novel of China at War. She is currently working on her second novel. Contact: www.nickichenwrites.com