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Robert Easton’s Memoir “Beyond the Palouse” Will Be Displayed at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase

The prolific author recounts his life of adventure beyond the Palouse Hills, beyond the State of Washington, and even beyond North America.

Sacramento, California, USA – WEBWIRE

Don’t miss Robert Easton’s book exhibit at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase.

Heading to the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase? Make sure to visit the exhibit for author Robert Easton’s memoir “Beyond the Palouse” (ReadersMagnet; 2019).
The 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase will take place on May 27 - 31, 2020 at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA
Easton’s “Beyond the Palouse” will be exhibited by ReadersMagnet at the 2020 BookExpo New Title Showcase.
“Beyond the Palouse” is a sequel to the author’s first book “Tales from the Palouse Country” and also the second part of a planned trilogy and involves areas beyond the Palouse Hills, beyond the State of Washington, the U.S., and even beyond North America and Europe. Where the first book left off, the sequel continues for a period of thirty years.
With adventure as the primary theme, “Beyond the Palouse” deals with the author’s struggle to be able to leave his small unnamed hometown and seek adventure wherever he could find it. He discovered he enjoyed traveling somewhere and then writing about the experience.
Learn what Robert Easton had reflected in his life of adventure in “Beyond the Palouse.” Order a copy today on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and the author’s website

Beyond the Palouse
Author | Robert Easton
Published date | November 14, 2019
Publisher | ReadersMagnet
Paperback price | $11.84
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 collection of stories or essays, “Tales from the Palouse Country;” 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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