Winters Friends of the Library Author Talks begin in May

The first talk in the series will feature Lynn Fulton, author of the novel She Made a Monster.

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Winters Friends of the Library is presenting another series of Author Talks starting on Tuesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. at the Winters Community Library. The featured speaker that evening will be author Lynn Fulton.    Fulton grew up loving books and wanting to write them, but never actually finished anything until she learned to type. Her keyboard skills led to one PhD dissertation and three novels for adults. She has worked as a college instructor, insurance investigator, seventh-grade English teacher and writing tutor. She is also the sister of  local doctor Carla Kakutani. Fulton’s first picture book, She Made a Monster, was inspired by a book group discussion of Frankenstein, twenty years after she taught it to her freshman composition students.Fulton lives in a small town near San Francisco with her husband, son and assorted animals. When she’s not writing, she likes to read, draw, take walks and torment herself by trying to learn piano, which unfortunately is not the same thing as typing.  Admission is free and light refreshments will be provided. Books will be available to purchase at the event.  Fulton’s book can also be purchased online at  ]]>

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