March 23, 2017
Return to Ixia with Maria V. Snyder at the County Library
Kelsy Thompson -
Herriman, UT – New York Times bestselling author Maria v. Snyder will visit the County Library’s Herriman Branch on April 6 to discuss the newest installment in her “Study” series, “Dawn Study,” and to answer audience questions. Following the presentation, attendees may get their books signed by the author.
Meteorologist turned novelist, Snyder began writing fantasy and science fiction when she was bored at work and needed something creative to do. A dozen novels and numerous short stories later, Snyder has been on the New York Times bestseller list, won a half-dozen awards, and has earned her Master of Arts degree in Writing from Seton Hill University. “Poison Study,” the first novel in the “Study” series, was a County Library Reader’s Choice Winner.
The event is free and open to the public. For more information about this and other author events, visit slcolibrary.org or call 801.943.4636.
- WHAT: Maria V. Snyder Author Event
- WHEN: Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m.
- WHERE: County Library – Herriman Branch - 5380 W Herriman Main St Herriman, UT 84096
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