Roni McFadden, an author who resides in Willits, was recently recognized by the Will Rogers Medallion Award and the 2016 Reader’s Favorite International Book Award Contest for her memoir, “The Longest Trail.”
Michael Harkin’s independently published book, “Move to Fire,” the story of a Willits boy who was paralyzed by a faulty handgun, was recently honored by Publisher’s Weekly
Copperfield's Books shared which books readers couldn't read fast enough this year. Which ones have you read?
In Beyond Recovery, Shawn Langwell has written a revealing memoir that details his tragic childhood, struggle with addiction, and his uphill journey through recovery.
Sonoma County author, Laura McHale Holland, has a story to tell — her own.
When I found out that Spreckels Performing Arts Center was taking on "Peter and the Starcatcher," a screenplay based on the similarly-titled book by Dave Barry and Ridley Pearson, I put on my Neverland t-shirt and headed to the theater.
The latest release by author Ransom Stephens tackles gray matter, and why we think the way we do.
Jordan Rosenfeld presents her new book, "Writing the Intimate Character," with a writing workshop at Copperfield's in Petaluma.
Celebrate National Novel Writing Month by writing your own novel in 30 days. Here are 11 tips on how you can make that happen.
Following the success of her first series, the “Keeper Saga,” author T.L. Kitchens has begun a new chapter in her stories with the "MacLachlan Clan" series, a collection of long historical romance stories that take place in the Scottish Highlands in 1305. The first book in this new series, “Surrender [...]