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Field’s End Roundtable Tuesday: Robin Simons

Robin Simons discusses “So Much Material, Where’s the Real Story?”

7:00 – 8:30 pm, Tuesday Oct 21. Bainbridge Public Library, 1270 Madison Ave, Bainbridge Island, WA. Free; donations welcomed.

Directions: From the Ferry Dock in Winslow, Bainbridge Island, take WA-305 north; turn left at High School Rd NE. Take High School Rd to the corner of Madison. The library is on the southwest corner of High School and Madison. Two parking lots to the library can be found on the north and south sides of the library building.

BIO: Robin Simons is the author of nine works of nonfiction, most recently, Test Drive Your Dream Job; A Step by Step Guide to Finding or Creating the Work You Love, co-authored with Brian Kurth (Grand Central Publishing, 2008). Test Drive introduces the concept of the “vocation vacation,” a period of working with a mentor in the career of your dreams before leaving your current job. Topics covered include how to find a mentor and how to smoothly transition into a new career. Simon also co-authored Together On Top of the World: The Remarkable Story of the First Couple to Climb the Fabled Seven Summits (written with Phil and Susan Ershler), describing the journey of a couple conquering the famous summits as well as fighting a life-threatening illness.

NOTE: Don’t forget, if you live on the island, it’s Red Envelope time! If you donate to One Call For All and designate the nonprofit Bainbridge Public Library, you’ll be helping to fund Field’s End, which is directly affiliated to the library.

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