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Author at Suring Library April 15
The Friends of the Suring Area Public Library invite the public to hear Amberg author Janet Elaine Smith on Monday, April 15 at 6 PM, at the library. A reception will follow.
Smith has been a missionary, a wife, a mother of three, a musician, a Tupperware saleswoman, a teacher, a translator, a social worker, a magazine writer, and a survivor. Her favorite thing is when someone calls her their favorite novelist. She has been writing for over 20 years and is now an author and Marketing Director for Star Publish. She has authored over 20 novels and will be selling and signing her books at this event.
For this reading, Smith will appear in character as Maria Hallett from her book, House Call to the Past and Port Call to the Future. There is no charge to attend.
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