Hear the writer’s journey of a haunting tale in Mending Stone.
Bend author Sharon Duerst will speak at Central Oregon Writers Guild’s Thursday May 24 meeting. Sharon’s first novel, Mending Stone, is the haunting tale of a woman who experiences loss and betrayal but in her search for answers finds friendship, love and hope. Sharon will talk about her writer’s journey, from the riveting scene in her mind that prompted her to begin her novel to its eventual publication. Sharon was born in Lewiston, Idaho and raised in The Dalles. A University of Oregon graduate in Health Education, she worked on the Oregon Coast for ten years before moving to Bend, where she now resides with her husband Jonathan. They have two grown children. Sharon is thrilled to live on the “dry side” of the Cascade Range, where she enjoys outdoor and creative activities with family and friends. A member of Central Oregon Writers Guild, Sharon is currently working on a sequel to Mending Stone.
Central Oregon Writers Guild meetings are free and open to the public. The Thursday May 24 meeting location is the Redmond Library, 827 SW Deschutes, 6:30 – 9pm For information about the Guild, its mission, programs, membership and volunteer opportunities, contact President Elsie Rochna at 541-923-0896, via email, firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website, www.CentralOregonWritersGuild.com.