Marne Ann Kirk has a fascination with romance and mythologies. Her passions are combined in her debut novel, "Love Chosen, Book One of The Fae Dragon Chronicles," which is now available.
She's at work on "Love Dared, Book Two of The Fae Dragon Chronicles," and "Goddess on the Run," book one of her paranormal romance series, The Holy Water Warriors' Tales, will be available this summer from Crescent Moon Press.
Kirk will be signing books with Betsy Dornbusch, who also writes a fantasy series, on Saturday, May 12, at Artist Michael's Coffee House & Gallery, 326 Main Street in Delta. Come by, visit with the authors from 9 a.m. to noon, and pick up a book or two. Later that afternoon, Dornbusch and Kirk will be at Hastings Bookstore, 2401 North Avenue in Grand Junction, from 2 to 4 p.m.
On Mother's Day, May 13, they'll at The Coffee Trader in Montrose, 845 Main Street, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. They would love to chat about their stories and the writing process.
Marne Ann Kirk grew up wild, running and exploring the vast high deserts and mountains of Idaho, Montana, Utah and New Mexico, but she always came home to Delta. As a child she loved making up stories and, well, lied about everything. She grew out of the lying stage; now she calls it storytelling. She's the vice president of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, secretary for the Future, Fantasy and Paranormal Chapter of Romance Writers of America, she volunteers for Crested Butte Writers Conference, and teaching writing classes at various conferences. She and her husband, Mitch Kirstatter, have seven children, two grandsons and a small herd of dogs to keep life interesting.
For more information, visit www.marneannkirk.com or www.cowboysndragonscafe.blogspot.com.blog comments powered by Disqus