Local authors will discuss self-publishing during a free event Jan. 18 at Sumner Pierce County Library.The discussion will help people will learn about getting books into print, through personal experiences of three local authors.Ilene Little, former journalist and author of “How to Plan a Successful Medical Tourism Trip,” has a background in patient advocacy and tourism.Florence Petheram’s latest book, “Magic is for When You Need It,” tells the story of a young girl who learns about herself during a summer on a ranch.Helena Poortvliet, artist and writer, created the characters in her book, “The Black Horse of God,” based on extensive historical research.The Friends of the Sumner Library sponsor this free event.It is scheduled for 2 to 4 p.m. Jan. 18 at the Sumner Library, 1116 Fryar Ave.
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