February Book News

Montana Women Writers

LESLIE BUDEWITZ: Thank goodness for books, right? In this strange season, at least we have books! And thanks to the magic of Zoom and other online platforms, we still have book events! Join Flathead Valley mystery writers Christine Carbo, Debbie Burke, and me for an online event sponsored by the Buffalo Hill Terrace Senior Living Community on Wednesday, Feb 24 at 3:00 Mtn time. The event is open to the public via Zoom; call the community at 406-752-9624 or email me for the Zoom link. We’ll talk books, plots, inspiration, writing process and more, and take readers’ questions. Heck, I might even talk about this new writer, Alicia Beckman, and her suspense debut coming in April! (Okay, okay, Alicia’s my new pen name. Join us and I’ll tell you more about it!)

A book for kids about Glacier is getting lots of notice! By Janet Montana aka. Janet Smith.

Are there monkeys in Montana? Well there are NOW!

In this comic-book crossed with a scenic photo guidance book, our little TALKING plush monkey friends, along with two REAL KIDS (my grandkids), help us observe real-life wild animals in their natural habitat without interfering with them, teaching the first  valuable lesson: leave wildlife alone!

Flight to Forever, the sixth book in Debbie Burke’s thriller series, has just been published. The ebook is available at this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08T8J4WM2 

The paperback will soon be available and can be ordered by your favorite independent bookstore. 

Way to go, Debbie!

Susan Purvis continues to receive accolades for her memoir, GO FIND. She was featured in a new neighborhood magazine, Whitefish Living.

She also received a Notable Book Award in 2020. Congratulations, Susan!

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