The Lake Agassiz Regional Library Minnesota Author Expo, “7 Authors in 7 Months” continues December 8 & 9
with Ron Gamer!
Writing Workshop- “Alternative Publishing Paths”
Wednesday, December 8 at 1 p.m. in Gonvick LINK Site
Thursday, December 9 at 4 p.m. in Frazee LINK Site
There are many paths that lead to the same destination and this applies to writers who aspire to see their work in print. Discover the pros and cons of several 21st century alternatives to the traditional publishing process.
Author Presentation- “Reluctant Young Readers”
Wednesday, December 8 at 5 p.m. in Bagley Library
Thursday, December 9 at 7 p.m. in Cormorant LINK Site
Do you have adolescents who’d rather be out and about on a snowmobile or ATV than perusing the printed page? Pack them up and motor on down to hear the author share and discuss his north woods outdoor adventure series! Book signing to follow.
The Chance Series:
“Hidden Chance: Secrets of the Hermit’s Hideaway” Adventure Publications, 2007
“Wild Chance: Whitewater Awakening” Adventure Publications, Fall 2005
“Winter Chance: Walking in Wolf Tracks” Adventure Publications, 2003
“One Last Chance: Trapped by a Blowdown” Re-edit release, Adventure Publications, 2007
Ron Gamer Author Bio
“Semi-retired” after thirty-five years in the classroom, Ron has pooled his love of the outdoors, a zeal for the written word, and his understanding of students into an adventure series targeted toward adolescents. Set in Minnesota’s famed BWCWA, the “Travis and Seth” Trilogy was written with a specific objective—the use of universally taught writing skills to create stories of interest for an adolescent audience—including the reluctant readers.
In 2003, “One Last Chance” was the recipient of a Minnesota Intellectual Property Lawyers Assn. award for contribution to the intellectual community of Minnesota.
January Author: Will Weaver
February Author: Patricia Cumbie
March Author: John Coy
April Author: Blake Hoena
Carpool to meet them all! (Visit www.larl.org for details about dates and locations.)
Programming is sponsored by Lake Agassiz Regional Library and supported in part or in whole with money from the Minnesota Arts Cultural fund.