7 p.m. Jan. 22, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park
Dr. Wayne Jonas will talk about and sign copies of “How Healing Works: Get Well and Stay Well Using Your Hidden Power to Heal.” Drawing on 40 years of research and patient care, Jonas lays out a revolutionary new way to approach injury, illness and wellness. The bookstore is in the Town Center at Lake Forest Park, 17171 Bothell Way NE. More at www.thirdplacebooks.com.
7 p.m. Jan. 23, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park
The woman behind the popular food blog Peace, Love and Low Carb has a new cookbook. Holley’s “Craveable Keto” features more than 130 healthy, low-carb versions of your favorite, most craveable dishes. Whether your goal is to lose weight, improve a health condition or to simply find food freedom, this book is a good one to have.
7 p.m. Jan. 25, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park
Shields, an Olympia resident, is touring bookstores to promote “Poison’s Cage,” the sequel to her debut novel “Poison’s Kiss.” Iyla and Marinda have killed many men together: Iyla as a seductress, Marinda with her poisonous kiss. Now they understand who the real enemy is — the Snake King — and together they work to take him down.
Noon to 1 p.m. Jan. 27, Edmonds Bookshop
A practicing pagan, Crosson will talk about and sign copies of her new book “Magickal Family: Pagan Living in Harmony with Nature,” a guide for those who want to practice magick and simplicity. “Magickal Family” is filled with tips, ideas, stories and projects to bring you and your family closer to nature. The bookstore is at 111 Fifth Ave. S., Edmonds. More at www.edmondsbookshop.com.
7 p.m. Jan. 30, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park
A local author and the Bothell Historical Museum president, Turcott presents a visual tour of the history of Bothell and its distinct neighborhoods in her new book “Bothell.”
Susan Wise Bauer
7 p.m. Jan. 31, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park
Bauer will talk about and sign copies of “Rethinking School: How to Take Charge of Your Child’s Education.” When a serious problem arises at school, homeschool advocate Bauer argues the fault is more likely to lie with the school — or the educational system itself — than with the child. “Rethinking School” is a guide to negotiating the school system in a way that nurtures and protects your child’s mind, emotions and spirit.
1 to 2 p.m. Feb. 3, Edmonds Bookshop
Weber is back for another Edmonds visit to promote her newest book, “Pre-Meditated Murder,” the fifth in her Downward Dog mystery series. With her boyfriend as a prime suspect for murder, yoga instructor Kate Davidson must figure out how his estranged wife died.
Rita Hupy and Claire Swedberg
Through Feb. 4, Skagit County Historical Museum, La Conner
The museum’s fall exhibit is based on the book, “In the Valley of the Mystic.” The exhibition brings the book to life by featuring the work of local artists from the 20th century. Hupy and Swedberg’s book was inspired by two questions: Why do artists choose a specific small town to make their home, and how does such a migration impact the artists as well as their new neighbors and community? The La Conner museum, at 501 Fourth St., is open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. More at www.skagitcounty.net/museum.
7 p.m. Feb. 6, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park
A New York Times bestselling author, Moyes will talk about and sign copies of her new book “Still Me,” featuring the heroine of her books “Me Before You” and “After You.” In “Still Me,” Louisa Clark is mixing in New York high society, where she meets a man who brings with him a whisper of her past. As Lou tries to keep the two sides of her world together, she finds herself carrying secrets — not all her own.
Noon to 1 p.m. Feb. 10, Edmonds Bookshop
A Bellingham resident and local historian, Wellman will talk about and sign copies of her new book “Peace Weavers: Uniting the Salish Coast Through Cross-Cultural Marriages.” The book explores how peace-weaving marriages between Salish families and pioneer men played a crucial role in mid-1800s regional settlement.
7 p.m. Mondays, Black Lab Gallery, Everett
The gallery offers a poetry reading each Monday evening at 1618 Hewitt Ave. For more information, call 425-512-9476.
7 p.m. Thursdays, Cafe Zippy, Everett
Everett Poetry night at the cafe is on most Thursday evenings at 1502 Rucker Ave. Call 425-303-0474.
6 p.m. first Thursdays, Hibulb Cultural Center, Tulalip
The museum’s Open Mic Poetry series continues. In the Longhouse Room at 6410 23rd Ave. NE, Tulalip. Visit www.hibulbculturalcenter.org for more.
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