NW Authors Series Presents Ellie Alexander

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Date/Time: November 12, 2022 - 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join us Saturday, November 12 at 2 p.m. for the library’s NW Authors Series featuring popular cozy mystery writer Ellie Alexander.

Ellie Alexander is the author of a number of long-running and bestselling series featuring charming small towns, idyllic settings, delicious foods and drinks, and lovable characters (and sometimes, even murder). Her works include the Bakeshop Mystery Series, Sloan Krause Mysteries, Pacific Northwest Mystery Series, Rose City Mystery Series, and a number of stand-alone novels, novellas and collaborations.

Ellie Alexander has published over thirty books with Kensington Publishing and Macmillan Publishing. Her books have been published in hardcover, mass-market paperback, e-book, audio, and Japanese with over a half million books in print. Ellie’s writing has also appeared in a number of regional and international publications including Climbing Magazine, Women’s World, Mystery Scene Magazine, Buzz Feed, The Oregon Quarterly, The Oregonian, The Columbian, and Portland Family Magazine. Additionally, Ellie teaches classes and workshops on writing and marketing for both published and novice authors.

This is a hybrid event; join us at the library on the day of the event, or watch online: www.cannonbeachlibrary.org. This event is also a part of WOW! Weekend, a 3-day festival in Cannon Beach featuring local vendors, artists, speakers and performers. All library events are FREE and open to the public.

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