Samantha Specks | Dovetails in Tall Grass
We are delighted to welcome Samantha Specks! She will appear in conversation with Valerie to discuss her new historical novel Dovetails in Tall Grass.
- This event is free to attend, but registration is required. You can register for the event here. Once you register, you will receive an invitation to join the event.
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September 7th, 2021 at 7:00pm
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About the Author:
Samantha Specks is a clinical social worker who has worked on a child/adolescent psychiatric unit, as a Dialectical Behavioral group therapist with adults and adolescents, and as an outpatient psychotherapist. She currently lives in Texas, but her heart and mind resided in Minnesota, her home state, while working on Dovetails in Tall Grass, which is her debut novel. Her happy place is reading a good book or watching a terrible TV show with a cup of tea and her leggings covered in dog hair. Sticking with the theme of strong young women, Samantha and her husband welcomed a baby girl to their family while she was writing this novel. She lives in Houston, TX.
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In 1862, thirty-eight Dakota-Sioux men were hanged in the largest mass execution in US history. This is the story of two young women-one settler, one Dakota-Sioux--connected by the fate of the thirty-ninth man.