Sometimes a book is so good, you don’t want it to end. And when it does, you go through a bit of a mourning period. This is a strange sentiment I’m feeling for a book titled Hell’s Children, but it’s where I’m at right now.
Petaluma author, Sandra Anfang, has released her latest poetry book, "Looking Glass Heart," and is holding a book release party on July 12 as part of the Rivertown Poets series at Aqus Café in Petaluma.
Making her debut as a novelist, author Audrey Greathouse is coming to Barnes and Noble in Santa Rosa on July 20 at 6 p.m. as part of her book tour for “The Neverland Wars.”
Bay Area writer Tim Jollymore will debut his third novel, “The Advent of Elizabeth,” at Copperfield's in Montgomery Village, Saturday, June 5.
What better way to show your mom how much you appreciate her than with the perfect book? Here are 8 books your mom will love.
This Saturday, April 30, 400 bookstores across the US are taking part in this year’s Independent Bookstore Day.
Author Kathleen M. Nevin shares the story of logging history in Mendocino County in “Newport and Kibesillah — A Tale of Two Mendocino County Coastal Logging Towns.” The book details the history of Newport and Kibesillah, two towns nestled between Fort Bragg and Westport, and the lives of the residents [...]
Author Bart King, a Sonoma County native, is gearing up to for the release of his debut novel, “The Drake Equation.” Published by Disney Hyperion, this middle grade novel is set in a fictionalized version of Santa Rosa, bearing resemblance to King’s hometown of Sebastopol. The story follows Noah Grow, [...]
Jarod and Tommy’s story continues in "Vessel of Safety: Book Six," when the teens must fight to protect a ring that can control the demons of the world.
On Monday, April 25, Many Rivers Books and Tea in Sebastopol welcomes legendary performance artists and eco/anti-consumerism activist Reverend Billy to present his new book, “The Earth Wants YOU.”