‘Windmill’ book reading Thursday in Menomonie
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'Windmill' book reading set in Minneapolis

I’ll be Bookhouse in Dinkytownreading from and signing my novel Windmill at Book House in Dinkytown in Minneapolis on Saturday, Dec. 15, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. The book reading/signing is hosted by Book House in Dinkytown. The long-time bookstore, located at 429 14th Ave. SE, boasts more than 120,000 titles for sale. Windmill tells the story of Carl Steinar and his sons, Peter and Lyle, who for 15 years have maintained a tenuous balance to keep together their family and farm on Nebraska’s western plains. Like blades of a well-oiled windmill, each works in harmony with the other. But when Abbie Blaire, the new reporter in town comes to write a story about them, a monkey wrench is thrown into their perfect machine: She is the spitting image of the wife and mother the Steinar men lost years ago. They soon find themselves on new trajectories in which their needs and ambitions can only collide. I’ll read about a dozen pages from the collection. Books available for signing will on sale at the Book House in Dinkytown.

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