Acclaimed Colorado author Aimie K. Runyan will discuss historical fiction at this free event.
The Arizona Chapter of the Historical Novel Society hosts free public events for readers, writers, and authors. Like the founding international organization, we aim to open the door to historical fiction for anyone who loves exploring the past. Our four yearly events alternate between Phoenix and Tucson.
Aimie K. Runyan is the author of five historical fiction novels, including Daughters of the Night Sky, Girls on the Line, Across the Winding River, The School for German Brides, and her upcoming release (in August), A Bakery in Paris. She has also written two historical romances set in New France.
In May, she released a collaborative tri-period, historical novel set during 1870, 1917 and 1945, The Castle Keepers, with authors J’nell Ciesielski and Rachel McMillan. Runyan has been honored as a Historical Novel Society Editors’ Choice selection, as a three-time finalist for the Colorado Book Awards, and as a nominee for the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writer of the Year.
Complimentary light refreshments will be provided by HNS-AZ.
Runyan’s novel will be available for purchase at the event through our partnership with Bookman’s Entertainment Exchange.
Admission is free, though attendance is limited, and reservations are appreciated.