Scottsdale Society of Women Writers welcome award-winning novelist

The Scottsdale Society of Women Writers will feature award winning novelist and world traveler Hannah Stevens at its monthly speaker dinner, Wednesday, April 27.

Ms. Stevens is traveling the world and writing novels.

Her recent novel, “Murder on Safari,” takes place in Kenya, Africa and deals with poaching of elephants, according to a press release.

She began in 2001, writing political intrigue in opposition to the Iraq war, publishing “The President’s Wife” and the sequel “Madam POTUS” and in 2008 a story of recession and rescue, “She Sleeps with Dogs.” She calls her writing Prose with a Purpose, the release stated.

Ms. Stevens lives with her two dogs in Phoenix. Visit her author web site at www.hannahstevensauthor.com.

A five year cancer survivor, she has a very inspiring cancer blog; www.alittlerain.com and has published The Diary of a Breast Cancer Patient under her real name, Elaine Mays.

The dinner will be 5:30-7:30 p.m. April 27 at the Franciscan Renewal Center, 5802 E. Lincoln Dr. in Scottsdale. Cost is $25 each for members and $30 for guests. To RSVP for the event, contact President Patricia L. Brooks at patricia@plbrooks.com or call 480-250-5556.

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