REELING and FISHING event at Drury Lane Books with Sarah Stonich

Sarah Stonish, author of REELING and FISHING, will join Drury Lane Books on Sunday, July 16 for a reading and signing event.
When Jul 16, 2023
from 17:00 PM to 18:00 PM
Where Drury Lane Books, 12 E Wisconsin Street, Grand Marais, MN
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A hilarious saga of fishing, family, and three generations of tough, independent women—the first in a trilogyRayAnne’s next adventure takes our intrepid heroine, haunted by her beloved grandmother’s death, to New Zealand to film a new season of her all-women fishing talk show

Sarah Stonich, author of novels Reeling and Fishing!, will join Drury Lane Books at 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 for a reading and signing event. This event is free and open to the public.

About Fishing!:

First published in 2015 under a pseudonym, this first installment in a trilogy filled with hilarity and heartbreak unspools with the gentle wit and irresistible charm that readers of Sarah Stonich have come to expect. Fishing! eases us into unsuspected depths as it approaches the essential question . . . when should life be steered by the heart, not the rules?

"A lighthearted, comedic novel for women that isn’t all about landing a man (fishing pun intended)." —Star Tribune

"Fishing! is a hilarious saga of fishing, family and three generations of tough, independent women, filled with charm, wit, heartbreak and honesty." —Northern Wilds

About Reeling:

Ready or not, RayAnne is taking public television’s first all-women fishing talk show on the road to New Zealand. Those who met RayAnne in Fishing!, Sarah Stonich’s first outing with the intrepid, accidental talk-show host, will encounter familiar and unexpected pleasures in her latest antics—and a story whose lighthearted surface and surprising depths will charm readers finding her for the first time.

"This is a fun read, important and tender."—Star Tribune

"There isn’t a whole lot of fishing in this book but that’s OK because its really about family love and the characters are wonderful."—Pioneer Press

"You'll be glad there are two novels because you won't want the first one to end."—Ely Winter Times