We are excited to announce that Attorney Lake Perriquey will present sessions at CAC18 on the topics of Copyright, Intellectual Property, and Trademark
In a world where too many rocks are thrown at those who represent anything other than the norm in middle-class white America, two friends decide to take matters into their own hands and stand up to the hatred with which they are targeted in order to save their home and ultimately their lives.
Can love blossom between the most unlikely pair in a multi-cultural, tension-ripe environment? Author J.L. Oakley breathes life into an often forgotten part of Pacific Northwest history in her beautifully penned novel, Mist-chi-mas: A Novel of Captivity.
A BIT of CANDY in HARD TIMES by Blaine Beveridge – Historical Fiction, Political, Prohibition, Pacific Northwest
Starts with a bulls-eye and enthralls to the last page. It’s tough to put down, so arrange your schedule accordingly. You’ll be waiting for Beveridge’s next book.
Writing craft methods and tricks of the trade are shared by Jacquie Rogers, award winning Western fiction author, in this informative blogpost. Her books are known for being smart and sassy with a nod to Shakespearean comedies.
Down a contemporary rabbit hole, on a playful romp through Seattle, a middle-aged statistician and her friends seem to find everything—except, perhaps, love. An escapist fun read for a serious world.
Realistic teen life plus a hefty dose of magic realism equals a mighty fine read! Gretchen Wing's "The Flying Burgowski" will lift you above it all and satisfy your longing for a really good YA book.
Superb writing styles blend with ease in The Red Wheelbarrow Writers' first anthology of non-fiction titles. This anthology will capture your heart and expand your soul.
Gone are the days where an author simply reads, opens the floor to Q&A, and then signs books. (Can you say YAWN FEST?) Read on to find out how to get a leg up on your book tour competition!
It’s “Trainspotting” meets “Brazil” in this darkly comic romp that takes its hero from a “nanny state” to full-blown anarchy - a literary word salad.