Noteworthy January 2016

We celebrate the creativity of our city’s writers and musicians.

Falling Like Snowflakes
Eden Martelli is too busy fleeing the clutches of old trouble to realize she’s running straight into the arms of new love in Fort Wayne author Denise Hunter’s new Summer Harbor romance. Will Christmas tree farmer Beau Callahan be able to win Eden’s heart – and that of her 5-year-old son?
$12.99 Available at amazon.com

Shepherd’s Crook
Animal photographer Janet MacPhail has just arrived at a sheepherding competition with her Australian Shepherd Jay when she learns two dozen sheep have disappeared. Have they wandered off or been stolen? Former Fort Wayne resident Sheila Webster Boneham’s new mystery features a dead livestock handler, wedding plans and a pair of thugs.
$14.99 Available at amazon.com

Sound and Color
Fort Wayne’s Streetlamps for Spotlights are post-punk rockers who regularly play The Brass Rail, and their unique blend of hard-charging rock with introspective lyrics guarantees a good time
in their debut. (We particularly liked “Right Back” for its strong, soulful sound.)
$9.99 Available at Neat Neat Neat Records

First appeared in the January 2016 issue of Fort Wayne Magazine.

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