AMANDA ROSE • SPECIAL TO THE PICAYUNE
MARBLE FALLS — The Marble Falls Public Library is welcoming New York Times-bestselling author Linda Castillo on Nov. 7.
Originally from Ohio, where her Amish thrillers are set, Castillo knew from an early age she wanted to be a writer, penning her first novel at 13. The author of 27 novels, she is the recipient of numerous industry awards and a nomination for the prestigious Rita.
Hear her story at the library’s Lunch with an Author program at 11:30 a.m. Nov. 7. Seating is limited, and reservations are required. To reserve a seat for you and a friend, stop by the library at 101 Main St. in Marble Falls or call (830) 693-3023.
If you are new to Amish fiction, the Marble Falls library is the place to discover why the genre is becoming increasingly popular. From thrillers to love stories, the Amish country and traditions make a fascinating backdrop in the writings of many authors whose works are available to check out at the library. A good start would be to check out a book by Castillo.
Also, over the past few years, patrons have been visiting the library’s website at www.marblefallslibrary.org to download eBooks and eAudiobooks. We have now joined with Zinio for libraries to bring you digital magazines. Download your favorite magazines today, free of charge.
And as always, we are happy to assist patrons with setup and trouble shooting. Call (830) 693-3023 to set up your appointment.
Rose is the director of the Marble Falls Public Library.