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Southwest Seattle Historical Society presents local writer Molly Ringle's new adult fantasy, 'Immortal's Spring' Sept. 9 | West Seattle Herald / White Center News Skip to Main Content Area Wednesday, August 24, 2016 | Few clouds, 80.6 °F search Letters Sign in Subscribe Contact Us Front Page News Features Sports Opinion Police Blotter Southwest Seattle Historical Society presents local writer Molly Ringle's new adult fantasy, 'Immortal's Spring' Sept. 9 information from SWSHS Molly Ringle's third and final book ... Westside-O-Rama West Seattle Entertainment Guide Admiral Theater 2343 California Ave. S.W. 938-3456 Movie ... Keeping Track Where area stars meet their future By Tim Clinton SPORTS EDITOR Kelemete back with ... Amanda's View: Winning back Sylvia By Amanda Knox   “You should grab…that thing…that you know for ... Police Blotter Week of 8-22-16 Two men shot in massive fight on Alki Ave Gang Unit detectives ... News West Seattle Jr. Football & Cheer Jamboree and Clothing Drive set for Aug. 27 Southwest Seattle Historical Society presents local writer Molly Ringle's new adult fantasy, 'Immortal's Spring' Sept. 9 Car prowl suspect tracked and taken into custody in Lincoln Park Detectives investigating after two injured in West Seattle shooting On the Go Week of 8-22-16 Chefs shaking things up in West Seattle: Vine & Spoon, Alchemy coming soon to the Junction SLIDESHOW: Arts in Nature offers unique delights Arts in Nature returns to Camp Long Aug. 20 & 21; Big World Breaks will headline musical acts Forty person fight on Alki leads to two men being shot 15th Annual 'Cooking with Class' at Salty's will benefit Pike Place Market Foundation Sept. 15 Fire destroys motorhome in White Center 96 degrees? 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Immortal's Spring spans both the modern day and bronze age Greece, presenting the myths in fresh new ways, telling a love story brimming with magic and good-against-evil in the backdrop of the Pacific Northwest. Her trilogy of novels about the Greek myths include Persephone's Orchard and Underworld's Daughter. The Southwest Seattle Historical Society sponsors this free book-talk on Friday, September 9th (the Second Friday this month because of the Labor Day Weekend) instead of the normal, "First Friday" of this series. This presentation of Immortal's Spring is the 36th installment of the series and will take place at 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9, 2016, at Barnes & Noble/Westwood Village. Molly Ringle grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and lives in Seattle with her husband and children. Her studies include a bachelor of arts in anthropology and a master of arts in linguistics. At the University of Oregon, she lived in an old sorority house that was supposedly haunted, and inspired some of the central ideas for The Ghost Downstairs. When not writing, she can often be found experimenting with fragrances, chocolate, and gardening. Ringle is also the author of several other novels, including the award-winning The Ghost Downstairs. She is best known for winning the 2010 grand prize in the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest, a tongue-in-cheek challenge in which entrants are invited to compose a deliberately bad opening sentence for a novel. The contest is named for English novelist Edward George BulwerLytton, author of the much-quoted first line, "It was a dark and stormy night." 'Words, Writers & West Seattle's' next book-talk is scheduled for Friday, October 7th and will feature Steven W. Bender and "Mea Culpa -- Lessons on Law and Regret from U.S. History". For videos on these and other authors' presentations, visit: www.loghousemuseum.info/events/words-writers-and-west-seattle. Additional information on future presentations can be obtained by contacting Dora-Faye Hendricks, Chair, "Words, Writers & West Seattle" by phone at 206-280-9983 or by e-mail at Dora-Faye@comcast.net. We encourage our readers to comment. No registration is required. We ask that you keep your comments free of profanity and keep them civil. They are moderated and objectionable comments will be removed. View the discussion thread. Please send us your news tips, photos or ideas of how we can better cover your neighborhood. Email us at WestSeattle@robinsonnews.com or TEXT news tips to 206-459-6717 Receive updates on news and events in the West Seattle neighborhood via Twitter! Web development by Freelock Computing © 2016 Robinson Communications Inc. All Rights Reserved. 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