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Holiday Book Club Brunch
Laurie Notaro is a New York Times best-selling author from Oregon, and known for her funny non-fiction books, as well as her novels. "Crossing the Horizon" is her latest novel, which is based on real heroines: "It’s 1927. Charles Lindberg has inspired millions but no woman has yet embarked on trans-Atlantic flight. Three women, based on real aviatrixes from the early years of aviation, determine to make their mark on history and set out on a thrilling but dangerous mission." Laurie will join us from Oregon, via Zoom, to discuss her books. This is a free program and anyone can join in, but the first 20 people in the Boerne area to sign up can stop by the Library for a "Christmas Goodie Bag" to enjoy while they are watching the program, from home. Books can be purchased through our book festival website. Any books purchased through us will come with a signed bookplate, by the author. And the Library will receive a percentage of the sales. Signed books make great holiday gifts!

Dec 4, 2020 11:30 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Laurie Notaro
Guest Author
Laurie Notaro is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and was a reporter and a daily columnist at the metro daily The Arizona Republic before publishing twelve books of fiction and non-fiction with Random House and Simon and Schuster. Her work covers the genres of humor, women’s fiction, historical fiction and literary fiction. She was a finalist for the Thurber Prize for American Humor, and has been awarded the Hearst Award, the Golden Circle Award and several awards from the Society of Professional Journalists. She has a BA in print journalism from Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism.