Join us here at Mountain Humane Tuesday, October 29 from 5 – 630 pm in Penny’s Barn for the Humane Book Club with Julie Weston! She will be discussing her book “Moonscape”, the continuation of her Nellie Burns Moonshine Mystery series.
Julie grew up in Idaho and practiced law for many years in Seattle, Washington. Her memoir of place, The Good Times Are All Gone Now: Life, Death and Rebirth in an Idaho Mining Town (University of Oklahoma Press, 2009), received honorable mention in the 2009 Idaho Book of the Year Award.
Her short stories and essays have been published in IDAHO Magazine, The Threepenny Review, River Styx, and other journals. Her debut fiction, Moonshadows, a Nellie Burns and Moonshine Mystery (Five Star Publishing, 2015) was a finalist in the May Sarton Literary Award. Her second Nellie Burns and Moonshine mystery, Basque Moon (Five Star Publishing, 2016) won the WILLA Literary Award in Historical Fiction in 2017.