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February 11 2009 Native American Newsletter

Greetings to friends near and far.

Do not forget, Sandi Ault's latest book in The Wild Series, Wild Sorrow, will be released March 3. This is an exciting and riveting mystery!
You can read my book review about this at:

The WILD SORROW Tour with Author Sandi Ault:
March 3 Tattered Cover, Denver, CO 7:30 pm
March 4 Readers Cove, Ft. Collins, CO 5pm
March 7 OFFICIAL Book Launch, with I Love A Mystery at the Shawnee Indian Mission, Fairway, KS 2pm
March 8 Watermark Books, Wichita, KS 2pm
March 10 Bookworks, Albuquerque, NM 7pm
March 11 Borders Sanbusco, Santa Fe, NM 7pm
March 12 Well Red Coyote, Sedona, AZ 7pm
March 13 Changing Hands, Tempe, AZ 7pm
March 14 Tucson Festival of Books, Tucson, AZ
March 15 Poisoned Pen, Scottsdale, AZ 2 pm
March 18 Murder by the Book, Denver, CO 5:30 pm
March 19 Borders, Boulder, CO 7pm
March 21 MacDonald Book Shop, event at the
Estes Park Library, Estes Park, CO 3PM
For more tour info click here

Remember to pre-order your first edition of WILD SORROW. The
previous two WILD Mysteries have sold out of their first editions in
less than a week! To reserve your copy, just click on the bookseller nearest you in the list above.

Join our WILD Wranglers! - If you would like to help out at an event, email us at
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Here is one of my favorite recipes for cold evenings:

Mayan Hot Chocolate

2 ounces (squares) bitter, unsugared bakers' chocolate
1 cup hot water
3 tablespoons honey
dash salt
3 cups hot milk
4 sticks cinnamon bark

Chop the chocolate and heat it in the water until melted. Add honey, salt, and beat while adding the warm milk. Serve in large mugs, place a cinnamon bark stick in each.

Curl up with one of Ms. Ault's books and enjoy!

Till next time, may your moccasins and heart always find a happy path to follow. Walk in Peace and Beauty.

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Hundred In The Hand, Book Review
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