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Writers’ group to hold Valentines-themed book-signing event


The Las Cruces Writers Group (LCWG) will hold a Valentines-themed “book signing for lovers” from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 6, at Good Samaritan Society at the Social Center, 3011 Buena Vida Circle in Las Cruces.

A total of 13 Las Cruces authors who are members of the group will be autographing and selling their books at the event.

Genres include fiction, non-fiction, historical, photography, young adult fiction and more.

Participating authors are: Mary Armstrong, “The Mesilla: Two Valleys Saga: Book 1” and “The San Augustin: Two Valleys Saga: Book 2”; Judy Cicero, “Tate and the Lotus Pond”; Tanya D. Dawson, “Andersen Light”; Rachel Glickler, “The Gleaning” and  “The Cull”; Fenton Kay, “Bear Market,” “Eye of Newt-Skin of Toad” and “The Old Courthouse”; Elaine LeVine, “Evelyn’s Golden Leaf”; Lisa Lucca, “Ashes To Ink, A Memoir” and “You Are Loved - An Email Memoir”; Rosemary Matos, “Promises From Cuba”; David Oosterhout, “Oink! Only In Korea!”; Gerald Otis, “Paroxysm-Love, Murder and Justice in Post-Civil War Washington, D.C.,” “Joseph Lee Haywood: His Life and Tragic Death,” “Presumed Crazy: A Fisherman Gets Entangled in the Mental Health Gulag,” and “Physician Career Choice and Satisfaction”; George Pintar, “Fascinating New Mexico Stories-Told by Chile Charlie,” “Adventures of Chile Charlie” and “Never Too Late”; Charmayne Samuelson, “The Lost Kingdom of Gold,” “Hypnotize Yourself Happy in 3 Easy Steps” and “Wild Mustangs of the Onaqui Mountains, Photography”; Bob Worthington, “Fighting Viet Cong In The Rung Sat,” “Under Fire with ARVN Infantry” and “Untold Stories.”

LCWG holds a monthly general business meeting and monthly seminars on the topics of publishing, marketing, book signings, writing, editing and tools to support each other in helping writers get their ideas from mind, to pen, to publication.

The group welcomes new members. The annual membership fee is $25.

For more information, visit lascruceswritersgroup.org.