WANT ME TO BE
The latest book from author Mindy Mejia.
A murder mystery set in southern Minnesota.
From Emily Bestler Books, January 2017.
Mindy Mejia is a Minnesota author whose debut novel, The Dragon Keeper, was published by Ashland Creek Press in 2012. Besides the occasional book review or blog entry, Mindy focuses on the novel and she writes what she likes to read: contemporary, plot-driven books that deliver both entertainment and substance. Her latest thriller, Everything You Want Me To Be, is on sale now.
The Bookstore at Fitger’s March 11, 2017
Rosemount Writers Festival and Book Fair March 18, 2017
Mysterious Galaxy March 26, 2017
Rosemount Area Arts Council – Meet the Author April 18, 2017
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