Local author to sign copies of new book May 4

Kat Napiontek

Kat Napiontek

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles author and illustrator Kat Napiontek will hold a meet and greet to discuss and sign copies of her new book “Emmaline Darling: The Curse of FaeKing” on Saturday, May 4.

The event will be from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Country Aire Natural Foods, 200 W. First St., Port Angeles, during the store’s anniversary sale.

Napiontek based the 441-page book in Port Angeles.

“When her mother’s body turns up along the shoreline of Lake Crescent, Emma knew nothing could stop the small town of Port Angeles from whispering,” according to a book description on Amazon.com.

“The Darling Curse was a superstition as old and deep-rooted as the secrets buried beneath the town’s streets; secrets, Emma couldn’t care less about, until her little sister goes missing in the night.

“Like a film rubbed clean from her eyes, Emma witnesses a glimpse into a world of fantastically terrible beings, hiding amongst us in plain sight. The Fae, who beckon her deeper into their web of riddled clues, seek to draw her closer toward the one who holds all the answers.

“The ones her mother took to the grave.”

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