A book signing is planned for Jan. 11 at Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum, 150 N Plaza Circle, Miami, Ariz.
Set in Globe and Phoenix, “The Girl on the Wall: A Tale of the New Old West” was recently published by local author C.F. Yankovich, whose pen name is Cate Francis. The public is invited to meet the author, hear about this and other works, and get books signed on Saturday, Jan. 11 from 1 to 2 p.m. at Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum in Miami.
“The Girl on the Wall” is a “sweet romance,” which means a love story, minus the how-to manual.
“The Girl on the Wall” is available in both Kindle and paperback versions. The Bullion Plaza bookstore will offer a limited number of paperback copies. You are encouraged to buy your book ahead of time from Amazon.com to ensure you will have a copy.
Come spend some time with friends and find out the “stories behind the story.” Why is the girl on the wall? Who inspired the author? What makes Globe a great setting for romances? Does the author plan on more books set in Globe? Has the author written any other books? Come have cookies and learn the answers to these and other questions.
Housed in a school built in 1924, Bullion Plaza Cultural Center and Museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting the culture and history of the Miami, Ariz. area.
Currently, it displays exhibits on minerals, local mining, ranching, Native Americans, dignitaries from the area, medicine, military, and Slavic and Hispanic cultures.