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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Authors at the Boyce Thompson Arboretum Event - December 6, 2014

Dear Folks,

The weather was not the greatest last Saturday, but the company was!

I and 25 other authors participated in what I hope will be an annual event, discussing our books, and visiting with all those who came out under gray skies.

For those of you who did not get a chance to meet us, or who would like to catch up and / or make some purchases, I have compiled a list of authors and their contact information.

If I missed anyone or got it wrong, please feel free to use the comment section, andl I update this post with corrections.

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Boyce Thompson Arboretum Author's Day
December 6, 2014

Teri Aragon
Healthy Cooking and Gardening in the Desert

Jim Burns
Bird and Birding
Photograher, tour guide and author

Catherine Crowley (aka The Herb Lady)
Author / lecturer on growing edibles in the desert and how to use them

Elizabeth Davidson, Ph.D
Research Scientist and children's book author

Max Early
Potter and Author

Dennis Ellingson
Christian pastor and writer

Donald L. Ensenbach
"storyteller of prehistoric Native American legends and myths."

Gary Every
Writer/performer prose, poetry, and fiction

Jean Groen & Don Wells
All things edible and usable from the desert

Jane Gerencher
Author of Children's Books

Anneliese and Doris Hagemanm
"dowsing is for me the best tool to tapping into my Inner Knowing"

Lori Hines
Paranormal Mysteries

Jude Johnson
historical fiction, nonfiction, romance, and children's stories
Twitter: @JudeJohnsonAZ

Junior League of Phoenix
"dedicated to providing volunteer service throughout the Valley to positively impact the lives of families and individuals every day"

Eleanor Mell
"Her love of people and fascination with Dutchman Hunters led her to write her first book "

Pinau Merlin
Author, Lecturer, Naturalist

Colleen Miniuk-Sperry and Paul GIll
[Colleen} "left her software project management job in 2007 to pursue outdoor photography and writing full-time"

Carolyn Niethammer
Carolyn writes about the Southwest

Kathleen O'Dwyer
"O'Dwyer threw her comfortable Chicago life up in the air and moved to Arizona to take on the challenge of ranch management and writing her first novel"

Pat Parish
"For as long as I can remember, treasure hunters have been captivated by accounts of the Dutchman Jacob Waltz's life and the whereabouts of his hidden gold mine."

Dany Pierard Deviche
Little Skiff seires of books - teach children how to stay strong and confident in the face of adversity

Jack San Felice
" author and a historian, and most recently a ghost hunter."

Marilyn Stewart
a childhood and beyond among the Aborigine of Australia
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Conrad Storad
"author or editor of more than 50 science and nature books for children and young adults"

Sonja White-David
"wrote book reviews for the Denver Post and feature articles for Bloomsbury Review and Denver Magazine. Lady Law is her first book"

Aileen Wilsen
South African cooking in the USA

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I wish you all the best and happiest of holidays, Merry Christmas, and a Very Happy New Year!

-- Catherine, The Herb Lady

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