Mountain Home Arts Council & Cottonwood Collective present
Southern Idaho Author RW Bennett
Reading & Book Signing
Reading & Book Signing: Southern Idaho Author Bennett at Cottonwood Collective
The Cottonwood Collective and Elmore Books & More, in partnership with the Mountain Home Arts Council, will host a reading & book signing for Southern Idaho Author and Mountain Home native RW Bennett on Friday, January 13, at 5 pm. Come meet the author and get a signed copy of his historical novel Rock Creek: Water, Risk and Grit (November 2016).
About the novel:
In 1884, a woman determined to establish her own destiny is thwarted by violence, abandonment and betrayal. She forges a bond with an immigrant Scottish couple who, ten years earlier, escaped a life of hopelessness in the service of the aristocracy and journeyed to the American West to build a ranch. She risks her life to help them overcome a brutal winter that threatens not only the couple’s livelihood but their lives as well. Later, they join forces after the young woman makes an extraordinary discovery at Rock Creek on an abandoned property near the frontier town of Ryegrass.
About the author:
RW Bennett is a descendant of four generations of Southern Idaho ranchers. He grew up in the sheep and cattle ranching business and was raised in Mountain Home, Idaho, near the family ranch. He and his wife Marsha live in Boise and will celebrate 47 years of marriage in 2017. They have two married daughters and four grandchildren. Richard has written numerous magazine and newspaper articles and is currently working on his second novel. Follow Richard on Facebook at RW Bennett – Author.
About the Cottonwood Collective with Elmore Books & More:
The mission of the Cottonwood Collective (230 N. 2nd E. St., Mountain Home) is to promote the work of local artisans and provide the community a welcoming place to purchase exceptional gifts and discerning fine art; to create a comfortable place to gather and to learn through classes, events, and shared conversations. Elmore Books & More sells new and used books. For more information, contact the Cottonwood Collective at 587-6659.
About MHAC: The Mountain Home Arts Council entertains, enriches, and educates the community by promoting and presenting varied artistic and cultural events.
For our full season of events or other information, please visit our website, www.mharts.org, find us on Facebook or call the Arts Council office at 587-3706.
Thanks! And Happy New Year!