Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Over the next several weeks we want to introduce you to our vendors and consignors!
Meet Local Author, Mary E. Trimble
Mary's Books are now on sale at Poppyseeds!

Mary E. Trimble, award-winning novelist, lives with her husband on Camano Island, Washington.

Trimble’s coming-of-age novels, Rosemount and McClellan’s Bluff have been met with enthusiastic acclaim. McClellan’s Bluff was the EPIC 2004 Winner for Young Adult Fiction. Her latest novel, Tenderfoot, a mainstream light love story with a sub-plot of the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption, will be published mid-2009.

A prolific writer, Trimble draws on personal experiences including purser and ship's diver aboard the tall ship, M.S. Explorer; two years with the Peace Corps in West Africa; a 13,000-mile South Pacific sailing trip aboard their Bristol 40, Impunity; and extensive overland RV trips. Trimble is active with the American Red Cross and responds to national and local disasters.

Mary E. Trimble’s 400-plus articles have appeared in magazines including Liguorian, Writer’s Digest, Log Home Living, Coast to Coast, RV LIFE, Highways, Family Motor Coaching, Sail, RV West, RV Today, The Rotarian, Manufactured Homes, Western RV News, Alpaca Magazine, American Livestock and Trailblazer.

She is a member of Women Writing the West, Pacific Northwest Writers Association, The Authors Guild and Electronically Published Internet Connection.

For more information on Mary check out her website and blog!

Visit Poppyseeds today to get your copies of Mary's Books!


Mary E. Trimble said...

Thank you for featuring me on your blog. You've done a wonderful job on your blog--I'm delighted to be a part of it this week.

Mary Trimble

Heidiwriter said...

Lovely Store and Blog and wonderful to feature Mary's books! I've read them both and they are great reads!

What fun!
author, Cowgirl Dreams

glomac said...

Hi Mary, Congratulations on another book, well done. And thank you for introducing me to the Poppyseed blog. It has lightened my day. Gloria

Cynthia Becker said...

What a fun bookstore. Looks like the kind of place where I could get lost for a day.