Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Writer's Block: Ethel K. Coffey

Posted By on Wed, Nov 3, 2010 at 11:00 AM

Local author Ethel K. Coffey's new children's book, Cloud Watchers, has recently been published ($23.99).

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Summary (per a press release):

Cloud Watchers is a story set in the magnificent Sonoran Desert. The main characters are based on two very real characters- the author's own dogs, Meg and Baylee. In the story, Baylee is unhappy and unable to stop worrying. Meg thinks that, perhaps, a wise old coyote who lives on the peak may be able to help.

Author Bio (from author's website):

Ethel K. Coffey was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona. She currently lives outside of Tucson with her partner David, two dogs (Meg and Baylee) and two cats (Cougar and Benney). After teaching for many years, Ethel was ready to embark on a new journey. She is now writing children’s stories which include characters and settings she dearly loves. Although Cloud Watchers is the first to be published, she has written six other stories which will soon be made available.

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