SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

November 2: EAGLE HARBOR BOOKS, 7 pm

SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

November 5: L’OURSIN, BOOK LAUNCH BRUNCH, 11:30 am. SOLD OUT.

LEAVENWORTH, WASHINGTON

November 8: LEAVENWORTH PUBLIC LIBRARY, 6:30-7:30 pm

WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON

November 10: BOOK AND GAME, 11am-2pm

SPOKANE, WASHINGTON

November 10: AUNTIE’S BOOKSTORE, 7 pm

COEUR DALENE, IDAHO

November 11: THE WELL-READ MOOSE BOOKSTORE, 7 pm

SUPERIOR, MONTANA

November 13: MINERAL COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY, 2-4 pm

MISSOULA, MONTANA

November 14: FACT AND FICTION BOOKSTORE, 7 pm

BOZEMAN, MONTANA

November 17: THE COUNTRY BOOKSHELF, 6 pm

SOLVANG, CALIFORNIA

November 26: THE BOOK LOFT, 4-5 pm

CORTE MADERA, CALIFORNIA

November 28: BOOK PASSAGE,  7pm

CANNON BEACH, OREGON

December 2, CANNON BEACH BOOK COMPANY, 1-3pm

PORTLAND, OREGON

February 27: AFTERNOON LIVE! KATU-TV, 3pm PDT

PORTLAND, OREGON

February 28: ANNIE BLOOM’S BOOKS, 7pm

WALLA WALLA, WASHINGTON

October 25-28th, WOMEN WRITING THE WEST: Saturday, October 17th:

NOVEL TO SCREEN – Robin Gainey, Sara Dahmen

Bringing your novel, manuscript, or script to the screen is one of the biggest steps for authors to take, yet in the new digital age, this may be the way to advance careers. What are the possible journeys a novelist can take to make the leap to media, what connections will help you, what steps usually occur, and where can you network? We answer all of this and more.