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Local author to share work at library

5:41 PM, Jan. 16, 2013  |  Comments
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Cynthia Ruchti, author, speaker and writer/producer of "The Heartbeat of Home" radio show, and the editor of the Backyard Friends magazine will be at the Marshfield Public Library to share her work at 10 a.m. Feb. 2. This is a free program for the general public in the Beebee Forum room in the lower level of the library.

Ruchti will share her story-behind-the-story as it applies to "They Almost Always Come Home," her debut novel, and she will read excerpts from her most recent book "Cedar Creek Seasons." These and other books will be available for sale after her presentation.

Ruchti lives in the heart of Wisconsin where she creates stories of hope and compassion within a rich spiritual context. She served as president of American Christian Fiction Writers, or ACFW, for the 2009-2010 term and now serves as ACFW's professional relations liaison. In 2007, she was the recipient of the ACFW Member Service Award. In 2011, she was a finalist in Women's Fiction for ACFW's prestigious Carol Award. She speaks to women's groups and serves as an instructor at writers' conferences across the country.

To learn more about Ruchti, go to www.cynthiaruchti.com/about.

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