Monday, March 10 at Noon
The Coach House at the State Capital Museum (211-21st Ave SW, Olympia)
Olympia author Heather Lockman reads from and chats about her Northwest e-novel The Indian Shirt Story—a tale of integrity, celebrity, salmon, and beer set in a fictional (but very familiar) town in South Puget Sound.
Wednesday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m.
Olympia Timberland Library (313–8th Ave SE, Olympia)
Author Heather Lockman reads from and chats about her novel, but promises to say different things than she did in March.
Heather Lockman’s The Indian Shirt Story, an irresistible novel from the Pacific Northwest, is now available as an ebook from Amazon, Musa Publishing, and most other ebook stores.
When it is it acceptable to tread on the face of George Washington? The senator from Samoa thought the answer was “Never.”
“This is terrible,” he said, hanging back in the foyer of the Washington State Governor’s Mansion while the rest of his tour group moved on. “So disrespectful—walking over George Washington. This is an important man, a man who fought for freedom. He shouldn’t be here on the floor where people step on his face.” (more…)