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How to Produce a Compelling and Interesting Personal History-Lee Nelson, Brigham City

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Author of over 30 books, Lee Nelson killed a bull buffalo from the back of a galloping horse with a bow and arrow, a research project for Lee’s Storm Testament novels on the old west. Lee’s novels combined with his non-fiction books on near death experiences have sold nearly a million copies. Western Horseman Magazine ran a feature article on Lee winning a saddle horse race with a Montana rancher in a dispute over the price of a new truck.

Lee's newest book, Hoofbeats, his own personal history, includes easy to follow guidelines on personal history writing for others. He has been teaching classes on personal history writing for about 15 years, and frequently is invited to speak and lecture on the subject.

There will be book sales and signing at this event!

This is part of the Utah Humanities Book Festival.

Website: http://bcpl.lib.ut.us/bookfestival.html#utahauthor
Time: 7:00 pm
Date: Tuesday, October 16th, 2018
Location: Brigham City Carnegie Library
26 E Forest St
Brigham City,, UT 84302
Cost: Free


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Updated by the Logan Library Staff: October 2018
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