“Barn Boot Blues,” an teen angst-free novel about a city girl’s relocation to a farm, is a real kick.
Clark County School District teacher Meredith Allard combines romance, paranormal fantasy and historical fiction into her novel “Her Dear & Loving Husband.” The action follows Salem, Mass., professor James Wentworth, a widower who can’t move on until he meets librarian Sarah Alexander, a dead ringer for his long-gone wife, Elizabeth. E-book versions of the novel in all formats are available free from smashwords.com. For more information about the author, visit meredithhallard.com.
My fiance has been divorced for more than four years now. In the beginning, they shared joint custody of their two children. That lasted about a year and then she took him to court requesting primary custody. He fought for but lost joint custody. He had them every other weekend, but eventually that stopped as his ex would tell him that the kids did not want to see or talk to him.
To celebrate the holidays, the Clark County Museum is inviting people to take a tour through winter celebrations and enjoy decorations from different cultures and religions. The museum, 1830 S. Boulder Highway, was scheduled to open the holiday exhibit Monday. It is expected to run until Dec. 25.
“Variety Live” is set to bring back the format of old television favorites such as “The Ed Sullivan Show” to the Starbright Theatre Saturday.
Literary highlights this week include events with Jason Wright, Betty Bunch, Deborah Howell,Joy Harjo, Michelle Huneven, Glenn Schaeffer, Doug Unger, Eric Olsen, Srikanth Reddy, Mark Ribowsky, Carrie Townley Porter, PJ Sheldon, Angelica Ganea-Mileto and Mickey Frazier Sr.
The problems facing the city of Las Vegas’ Ward 3 are different for first-term Las Vegas City Councilman Bob Coffin, who spent almost 30 years as a state legislator and has lived in the ward since 1951. The neighborhoods were designed decades before he took office when times were different.
SANTA TO USHER IN HOLIDAY EVENTS
AT TOWN SQUARE LAS VEGAS
Event highlights this week include productions of Las Vegas Academy’s “Big River,” “Max And Ruby Bunny Party,” and “Listen” a new play by local writer Dave Surratt.