Sedona Stories: Gold Hunters: Lure of the Superstitions
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Ever wonder about hidden or buried treasure or fantasize about looking for it? Come to the Mary D. Fisher this Friday to meet author Lorenzo Rendon. Larry, as he prefers, lived in the Verde Valley for many years. He is a former United States Marine, and Alaska State Trooper. Additionally, he is a retired Sgt. with the Alaska Department of Corrections who studied martial arts for many years. Larry has also done consulting work for the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes in Oklahoma. They say you should write what you know and Larry incorporated a lot of his past into his fiction adventure novel: Gold Hunters: Lure of the Superstitions. He is a treasure hunter.

Photos illustrating treasure hunting excursions will punctuate his story and attendees will be entertained by a few selected readings from the book.


Larry will answer audience questions on any related topic including how to finally write the book that lives in you!
Gold Hunters: Lure of the Superstitions is dedicated as such: This is for the ancestors, and their innocent voices that can still be heard by those who dare to listen.

Interviewer Cynthia Richmond will guide the presentation and conversation. Cynthia’s book Dream Power, How to Use Your Night Dreams to Change Your Life, was published by Simon & Schuster in 2000. For three years she co-hosted the popular television program, State of Mind on the America’s Talking network which became MSNBC, part of the NBC family of programs. She wrote long- time columns for the Los Angeles Times and the Arizona Republic and has free lanced for numerous magazines and online publications.

This event is the first of what Richmond hopes becomes a community favorite. She titled it Sedona Stories.  “Sedona attracts such accomplished and fascinating people! You never know who you may be behind in the line at the post office! I’ve been teaching memoir and general writing here for more than 14 years, mostly to seniors and I have been blown away by the things that people have faced and overcome as well as by their remarkable achievements.”

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