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Tuesday, January 12


By NM author Jay Cutts. Available at: or on Amazon. An Amazon Breakthrough Novel Quarterfinalist, Death by Haggis is a tongue in cheek detective novel inspired by the Bulwer-Lytton Fiction Contest for the "opening sentence to the worst of all possible novels." Until the day Jane Hamchester walked into his squalid office, the highlight of Detective Sam Barlow's life had been a particularly good tuna sandwich. Now he is charged with trying to save the life of the only woman he ever, uhm, thought was really swell. His only problem is that there are no clues, other than the nonsensical utterances of a dying man. Barlow's desperate search takes him first to Scotland and then to the Aegean. But time is running out. Not only for Jane but for the human race. Barlow's only possible hope lies at the bottom of an ancient cavern, a remnant from the time when a different kind of human populated the Earth, a kind of human that could have saved mankind. Alas, they are long extinct. Or are they? Free preview at: [email reply]


By NM author Jay Cutts: Annie Gomez and the Gigantic Foot of Doom. This YA sci-fi/fantasy adventure portrays the "teen condition" with more than a bit of humor, a la Terry Pratchett's Tiffany Aching. It features Annie Gomez and her "coterie" of fellow outcasts. Annie Gomez, having just completed 10th grade, wrestles with being the smartest person she knows (and probably the smartest person ever) and yet having to deal with absurd parents, thick classmates, and saving the world from aliens (or possibly fairies.) Will she prevail at the last minute? Where has Aaron been this whole time? What happens when you fall in love with someone from a parallel dimension? And what can stop that gigantic foot descending from the sky to destroy the Earth? Available at: or on Amazon. Get a free preview at: Call us at 505-281-0684 for details. [email reply]


This Thursday, Jan. 14. Bookworks, on Rio Grande, north of Griegos, next to Flying Star. Starts at 7 pm. I'm the author of Death by Haggis and Annie Gomez & the Gigantic Foot of Doom. I'll be doing a presentation this Thursday at 7 pm at Bookworks, on Rio Grande north of Griegos, next to Flying Star. It's free and hopefully will be entertaining. I'm going to do some readings/presentations from my two novels. There might be mood music. There might be props. There might be drama and humor. There might be pathos. Or it might just be pathetic. Come and find out! It would be fun to have some friends in the audience and I'll do my best to make sure it's entertaining. Think of it as a sort of Rocky Horror event, only less rocky and less horrible. Feel free to bring props or costumes related to detective novels, fairies, space aliens, teenagers or other fictional creatures.


Sunday, January 31


GRAND OPENING!!!! Albuquerque, the Duke City's, newest hot spot for paint and wine/beer is opening Feb 12th. Your new go to destination for a date night, ladies night out, or family fun night, Duke City Paints-N-Pints is the place to be. Partnered with Camino Real Winery we have the best selection of local New Mexico wines and craft beers to offer. Check us out on Facebook for special offers or visit us on the web, . [email reply]
Sunday, January 24


Looking for something different to do on 1st, 3rd, & 5th Sunday each month? Join USA Dance NM #5047 for ballroom dancing at the Alb. Square Dance Center, 4915 Hawkins NE. Dancing 6:00pm-9:00pm. Free beginner class at 5:30pm. $5.00/members & $8.00/non-members. All levels of dancers are welcome! A mix of ballroom, swing, and latin dances are played throughout the evening in a fabulously friendly atmosphere. Call 505-288-0313 or check for more info.
Thursday, January 14


Imagine a world where any woman can go anywhere at any time without fear. In an effort to break through a barrier with a client a world renowned therapist butts heads with a government administrator, confronting popular beliefs of what it takes to prevent sexual assault. Mary, a world renowned therapist works with sex offender Dan to reprogram his behavior around sexual temptation and dysfunction. She reaches a barrier that she can’t seem to break through. She approaches Sawyer, a government administrator who has a new program with promising results. Because the program is new Sawyer needs an endorsement from Mary to legitimize it. However, when they uncover each others beliefs around what it takes to prevent sexual assault. sparks fly, leaving Dan in the cross hairs. Aux Dog Theatre, 1/30, 2PM
Monday, January 11


In an effort to create a program we call Handbags for the Homeless, we are hosting a benefit breakfast. For $8.00 you will receive 2 pancakes, 2 sausages, orange juice and your choice of coffee or tea proudly served to you by the smiling faces of volunteers from the Blue Cross Community Centennial Social Services team. Help us help the Homeless by joining us at Applebee's at 2600 Menaul Blvd NE Albuquerque on February 6th from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. To purchase tickets please call Barbara Friend at (505) 816-3108.
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