Art on the Fly “Barn Quilt”

This is now being coordinated by the Woodward Public Library. If you want to attend please contact the library.

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Bring your favorite beverage and paint the night away,
with Jolene Peters, of Art On The Fly!

When—October, 21st at 6pm

Where—The American Legion Hall
2830 130th Street
Woodward, IA 50276

Cost—$40.00 per person, materials included
Cash or checks made out to Art on the Fly

Take a look at Jolene’s Facebook page to see past classes.

Please fill out the form below to register.

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C. Deanne Rowe

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C. Deanne Rowe

C.-Deanne-RoweA well written romance with  a heart wrenching plot, a song with  lyrics which touch your soul; nothing is more powerful.  The  only  way it would be  was if you  were on

a warm sunny beach with white sand and blue water as far  as you  could see.  I have always loved the power of words.  How they could make me  cry, laugh, or  provoke all range of emotions.  I wouldn’t be  who  I am  without words.

I learned to feel  good listening to songs which filled my heart.  I learned the meaning of love  watching all the good romance movies. Of course, there was sex scattered through the pages of the paperbacks I hid  from my parents.  Words have always been my friend, my comfort, my teacher. It was  only  logical I would grow up  and want to be  an  author, to spin a tale which would captivate readers.  My life journey has taken me  in this direction and I can  only  hope I don’t disappoint those who  choose to follow.

Visit Deanne’s website at: http://www.cdeannerowe.com

Magnolia “Maggie” Rivers

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Magnolia “Maggie” Rivers

 

maggie-riversA Southern girl  born and bred, I began writing as a child, and sold my first piece of writing at the age of twenty-one.

Growing up  I spent as much time with  books as I could.  I still love  that first smell of a book as you  open its pages and the feel  of them in my hand.

Like most writers, my house is filled with  books I’ve read countless times.  I could open my own  library!

I collect stilettos and have them sitting on  every available space in my office.  They  tend to show up  in a lot  of my stories as does my micro- mini  teacup Chihuahua named “Mouse”.   Believe  me  though, she’s no mouse.  I should have named her “Killer” instead!

I write hot, sexy, sizzling romances where the hero is just what my heroine needs.  He’s strong and confident with  broad shoulders and six- pack abs.  His face is more rugged than handsome but he  has a heart of gold hidden underneath all his  protective armor.

Visit my website at:  http://www.maggierivers.com

Savannah Verte

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Savannah Verte

 

Savannah-VerteA lifelong lover of words and reading, Savannah Verte hasn’t quite figured out what she wants to write when she grows up. Born and raised in the upper Midwest, Savannah’s gypsy spirit and never quit attitude keep her busy and seldom idle. For so many reasons, Savannah considers herself a ‘Contemporary Vagabond’ when it comes to writing and hopes that others find her diverse offerings as enjoyable to read as they are to write. Her first release in decades, Viva Zapata & the Magic 8-Ball began the journey August 1, 2015. Her short story, What they didn’t know, was featured in the January/February BTS magazine, and she co-authored a paranormal piece, Kingdoms Fall, which came out in early 2016. She will be releasing her next two solo ventures, the first two books in The Custos series -Book of Change & Book of Time also in 2016. After that, she’ll be working on her competition piece, Chasing Daylight for Cherry Adair’s Finish the Damn Book Challenge. There is a long list of titles to come after those are done too.

As the primary owner and driving force behind Eclectic Bard Books she considers herself immensely fortunate to see writing from varied perspectives as she endeavors to publish the authors rostered there. Working with other writers, Savannah gets to expand her horizons every day as someone brings a new idea to the table and the brainstorming begins. There is something addictive about the creative process for her and helping other authors embrace their dreams make hers a reality daily.

That’s the official Savannah, the unofficial version is just a girl who loves experiencing life with every twist and turn it takes. When she was born, she had such fine, light hair that her mother used to tape bows to her head so people would know she was a girl. She’s had a host of crazy unrelated jobs- everything from cake decorator, dry cleaner, and insurance agent to Emergency Room assistant, bartender, crime lab tech and bouncer. Savannah loves air hockey but completely sucks at it. She love good jazz, good scotch, and antiques but also old rock, a quiet tea, and a tidy home. She’s completely technology impaired and can get it after she’s broken the computer or done it ass-backwards a few times… Thank Gods that there are some amazing meme creators that let her pilfer images or she’d be lost. Lime green is her color, the rhinoceros is her logo & philosophy, and she’s completely mad about seeing new authors try.

Follow Savannah on Facebook: www.facebook.com/authorsavannahverte
or on her webpage My Revolution: www.savannahverte.com

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Dick Enos

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Dick Enos

 

Born in DM, grew up in Altoona, and graduated from South East Polk H.S. I cut my teeth on the likes of Mickey Spillane, Raymond Chandler, E.R Burroughs, Lester Dent, and Walter Gibson.

They opened my mind to worlds that both existed, and would never be, but it left me with a desire to tell stores of my own.  To take readers to those places, those times, and make them believe.

My first novel, Killer Kowboys from Space, did just that and began the career of Rick Steel.  When the world needs a hero, the world needs Rick Steel.  Set in the early fifties, Rick and his crew go anywhere, daring anything, in search of adventure!  Action, and Adventure at its best!

Lara Destiny, is my contemporary hero.  She was once NYPD, and born Larry.  She faces the trials, tribulations, and the triumphs of a Transgender woman, working cases on the seamier side of life in New York.

Joyce Knock

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Joyce Knock

 

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Joyce Knock is a retired  teacher with  experience at  all levels of education…from preschool through college.  She was inspired to write “I am NOT dumb and I am NOT a stinky butt!” as a result of volunteering in her grandson’s first grade classroom.  While working with the students she was privy to the names that they were calling each other either in the classroom, lunchroom or on the playground.  Being aware that name calling is the number #1 form of bullying and the damage and hurt that it can permanently inflict on children she decided to write a “child friendly” book addressing the issue.  When not promoting her book she is active in volunteer work in her community, Des Moines, Iowa.  Her volunteer work includes mentoring an adult student at the Drake University Reading Program, advocating for children as a Court Appointed Special Advocate [CASA], as a relief manager at the Ronald McDonald House and a general population library assistance at the Women’s Prison at Mitchellville, Iowa

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Dennis Maulsby

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Dennis Maulsby

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Dennis Maulsby is a retired bank president living in Ames, Iowa. His poems and short stories have appeared in The North American Review, Passager, The Hawai’i Pacific Review, The Briarcliff Review, and on National Public Radio’s Themes & Variations. His Vietnam War poetry book, Remembering Willie won silver medal book awards from two national veterans’ organizations. His second book of poetry, Frissons, a collection of haiku was published in 2012. Prolific Press released a third book of poetry, Near Death/Near Life, on May 30, 2015. A book of short stories, Free Fire Zone is under contract to Prolific Press and will be released in mid 2016.