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Author Profiles are graciously contributed by Chris Bacon, Mason County District Library.

 

Ridley Pearson was born in March, 1953 in Glen Clove, NY.   Pearson was raised by his parents in Riverside, Connecticut along with his siblings, Bradbury and Wendy. He went to public school and then went to attend college at the University of Kansas and Brown University. He currently lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife, Marcelle, and their two daughters Paige and Storey.

Category: Book Reviews

Our Young Adult Nonfiction section is gone!!! Now you may be thinking one of three things...

What do Mixed Martial Arts DVDs, Amish Romance novels, and Clive Cussler have in common? Probably nothing! But thanks to the generosity of the community, we have a big stack of each heading to the shelves next week! So come on in and gear up for a relaxing night of reading inspirational romance stories and watching grown men pummel one another inside a steel cage (and follow it up with a story about a submarine filled with lost treasure, or whatever these Cussler books are all about). We promise it's not weird!

Category: New Materials

Author profiles submitted by Chris Bacon, Mason County District Library

 

Ken Follett was born in June of 1949 in Cardiff, Wales. He is the oldest of four children and grew up barred from listening to the radio and watching any movies or TV because of his strict religious parents. Because of this Ken developed an early interest in reading to keep him entertained. His family moved to London when he was ten and after graduating from Poole Technical College he went on to the University College London in 1967. There he studied philosophy and became involved in center-left politics.

Category: Book Reviews

75 years ago today, the world watched while one European nation after another surrendered to Hitler’s forces. In America, everyone was wondering how much longer we could avoid direct involvement in the war—it seemed less like an option and more like an inevitability every day...

Category: New Materials

Author profiles submitted by Chris Bacon, Mason County District Library

 

Nicholas Sparks was born in December 1965 in Omaha, Nebraska to college professor father and a homemaker mother. Nick spent his early childhood moving around the country while his father finished up his graduate work. Sparks, his two siblings and mother and father finally settled in Fair Oaks, California when he was nine. There he graduated as the valedictorian of his high school class. He went to college at Notre Dame in Indiana on a full track scholarship and majored in business. After helping set a school track relay record his freshman year Sparks suffered an Achilles tendon injury later in the season that forced him to spend the summer rehabbing. During that time Sparks wrote his first novel, but it has never been published.

Category: Book Reviews