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Tucson Festival of Books 2022

The Tucson Festival of Books is this weekend (March 12-13), on the campus of the University of Arizona. This is a great opportunity for readers to meet many authors! Unfortunately, due to COVID, I will not be present, but my fliers and bookmarks will be at Tucson Sisters in Crime booth (#427) and the Arizona Authors Association booth inside (#223).

If you aren’t able to attend, look into book events in your area!

I would love to see readers, listeners, authors, and organizations support local libraries, even those in hospitals and at facilities like the Veterans Administration…weather, fire, and war have caused many libraries to need our help…contact them to learn how you can support them!

Aloha, Jeanne

 

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Jeanne Burrows-Johnson

Author, narrator, and speaker Jeanne Burrows-Johnson embraces years in the performing arts, education, and marketing. She was art director, indexer, and a co-author of Under Sonoran Skies, Prose and Poetry from the High Desert (a 2012 Southwest Books of the Year top pick). In 2017, Prospect for Murder won a first place for art and was a finalist in mystery/suspense at the New Mexico-Arizona Book Awards. Jeanne has a Bachelor of Arts degree in history from the University of Hawai`i, where during graduate studies and a teaching assistantship, she became a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Phi Alpha Theta. She’s also a member of the National Writers Union, Sisters in Crime, Arizona Mystery Writers, and the British Association of Teachers of Dancing, Highland Division. Her Hawaiian mystery series features lush Island environs, puzzling deaths, snippets of pan-Pacific history, and her heroine’s haunting visions. Project descriptions, Island recipes, and a link to her writing and marketing blog are at JeanneBurrows-Johnson.com.

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