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Amy Gail  Hansen, founding member of the Algonquin Area Writers Group joined visited the Algonquin Library for a presentation on how her novel “Butterfly Sister” evolved and her experiences publishing. After the presentation, Amy signed copies of her book.

For several years Amy worked as a journalist for Pioneer Press during the day and worked on her novel on the side. During this time, she brought excerpts from the book to our Algonquin Area Writers Group critique sessions.

The book evolved over the years incorporating feedback from our group, book agents and publishers. “Butterfly Sister” is published by Harper Collins and is available in bookstores and on Amazon.com.

Butterfly Sister a novel by Amy Gail Hansen

Butterfly Sister a novel by Amy Gail Hansen

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Let the snow fly and the cold winds blow outside. Join us at the Algonquin Library Sunday January 13, 2013 from 2-2:30 for An Insiders Guide to Hawaii with frequent island traveler April M. Williams.
Shake off those winter blues with a virtual trip to Hawaii. Our local expert April M. Williams brings you the “must see” sites and gems only locals know about. Get recommendations for budget travel to luxury stays. Learn the local lingo and what foods you may see.
The program at the Algonquin Library Main Library 2600 Harnish Dr. Algonquin, IL 60102  is open to all. Registration or information call 847.458.6060 or online.
For information on other CyberLife Tutors classes, workshops, presentations, visit our online calendar.

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