7th Annual Northwest Festival of Books ~ Words on Words


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Welcome to the official Web site of the
7th Annual NW Book Festival!

Saturday, July 25, 2015
11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, OR
(corner of SW Morrison and SW Sixth Avenue)


The public is invited
to attend this event
FREE on July 25, 2015!

Hello Friends, Readers, and New Visitors,


7th Annual Northwest Festival of Books

This exciting event takes place on July 25, 2015, and is worth taking in if you are close enough to make it. It’s being held on the historical Pioneer courthouse Square in downtown Portland, OR, which is on the corner of SW Sixth Avenue and SW Morrison. There are 71 booths, many with multiple authors, so it’s a chance to visit with the authors, find out what’s new, and get your own autographed copy of their work. Book genres run the gamut from fiction, mystery, self-help, humor, inspirational, romance, science fiction, how-to, and so much more.

I’d love to meet you and get to know you. I’ll be in Booth 4 along with my fellow Grants Pass author, Doranne Long, author of Your Body Book, and her mother, Barbara Long, author of Home Design and Building, A Woman’s Way.
It’s sure to be a remarkable day.  Come join us!

Doranne Long                   Ellie Pulikonda
Author, Doranne Long                         Author, Ellie Pulikonda


I also wanted to share with you two new reviews of my book, Split Second.


“Thank you.  I just finished reading your book, and needed to tell you how much I enjoyed it.  I rarely read fiction but someone loaned me a copy of Split Second and I started reading it the same evening.  The next morning I went right back to it, needing to know how it ended.  It was a good read.  Again, thank you.”


“BRAVO!  I have (finally!) read your book.  Great plot, wonderful character development and I enjoyed the familiar setting.  Also, the editing was impeccable.  Congratulations.”

Hope to see you all at The Festival of Books!


Split Second

When do a family’s secrets become too dangerous to keep? Find out in Ellie Pulikonda’s shocking debut novel, “Split Second.”


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