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Author Robert Easton’s “Tales from the Palouse Country” will be displayed at the 2019 Miami Book Fair

He dedicates his book to the “millions of struggling, dreaming unknowns” like him: “the unestablished part-time beginning writers,” “the talented small-press people,” and “the persevering editors of literary magazines.”

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Check out Robert Easton’s book exhibit at the 2019 Miami Book Fair.

Robert Easton recently published a new version of his book, “Tales from the Palouse Country” (ReadersMagnet; 2019).
For readers who get nostalgic about old Washington like the author, check out the exhibit of this book at the Miami Book Fair 2019 Street Fair on November 22 – 24, 2019 at Miami Dade College (Wolfson Campus) in Downtown Miami.
The Miami Book Fair aims to spread awareness of the literary arts in Miami’s multi-ethnic community; promote reading and writing, and serve the community through the promotion of the craft and the power of the written word. Aside from the weekend Street Fair, the book fair, which will run from November 17 through 24, hosts author talks, panel discussions, book signings, musical performances, and many other activities.
Easton’s book “Tales from the Palouse Country” will be exhibited by ReadersMagnet at the 2019 Miami Book Fair.
The book is a collection of thirteen exaggerated stories or essays concerning the author’s experiences growing up in a small, unnamed town in the Palouse country of eastern Washington State. Much of the material is drawn purely from his childhood memories of the late 1930s and 1940s.
“All of the ‘tales’ are based on actual incidents but some of the names of places and people have been changed or deleted to protect the guilty—and the innocent,” said Easton. “Some of the stories are nostalgic satires. Others are ‘fictionalized fact’ or ‘factualized fiction’, whichever the reader prefers.
“Some are the wordy, rambling kinds of yarns that have traditionally been spun around pot-bellied stoves in barbershops, pool halls and the backrooms of country stores.”
Hearken to the “good old days” with Robert Easton’s “Tales from the Palouse Country.” Order today on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
Tales from the Palouse Country
Author | Robert Easton
Published date | October 26, 2019
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Paperback price |
About the Author
Robert D. Easton is a native of the state of Washington. He earned two liberal arts degrees from Central Washington State College at Ellensburg, Washington and has done postgraduate work at colleges in California. Even though classified as a veteran of the Korean War, he served only in Europe and in stateside army posts as a teletype operator and message center clerk for the U.S. Army Signal Corps during 1953 and 1954. His article, about Jack London, placed 22nd (out of 100) in the 1974 Writer’s Digest Article Contest. He has written nonfiction articles for Air California, National Humane Review, Horse and Rider, Sacramento Magazine, and Good Old Days magazines. He is the author of three other books: a memoir, “Beyond the Palouse;” a paperback titled, “Cobwebs, Echoes, and Footprints;” and a travel memoir, “Sailing Around the World in 300 Days: The Last World Cruise of the Yankee Trader.” He lives in Sacramento and has four grown children and six grandchildren.

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 From The Palouse Country
 Robert Easton
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