Join us as we welcome local authors Jennifer Moss and Kellie Flanagan on Saturday, April 28th at 3:00 pm. They will be here to sign books and celebrate Independent Bookstore Day with us!
Lucky to Live Here is Your Guide to Life in the Yosemite Mountain Area The one and only guide to moving to and living in the Yosemite mountain area. It provides all the information you need on finding a home, careers and networking, schools, animals, wildlife, and social events.
Whether you’re thinking of moving to the Yosemite Area, or have already made the big move, Lucky to Live Here: Your Guide to Life in the Yosemite Mountain Area brings you all the information you need on finding a home, careers and networking, schools, animals, wildlife, and social events. This volume covers the communities that surround the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park along California Highway 41:
- Ahwahnee, including Nipinnawasse
- Bass Lake
- Coarsegold, including YLP
- Fish Camp
- North Fork
Lucky to Live Here: Your Guide to Life in the Yosemite Mountain Area was compiled and written by Kellie Flanagan and Jennifer Moss, both “transplants” from big cities.
About the Authors
Kellie Flanagan is a writer and producer for print, broadcast and web, with credits in all media including short and long-form documentary. Kellie has written and directed for major television and cable networks television shows including The Wild West, A&E’s Biography and The Civil War Journal. As a child actor Kellie played Candace on The Ghost and Mrs. Muir, and appeared in the original Star Trek, The Andy Griffith Show, and the 60’s cult classic film Wild In The Streets. Kellie is the Managing Editor of Sierra News Online, as well as writer, wife, mom, and chicken-wrangler.
Jennifer Moss is a seasoned author of both fiction and non-fiction works. Her first title, The One-in-a-Million Baby Name Book, is one of the top books on names and meanings and a companion to her website, BabyNames.com. Her popular series of mystery novels include Town Red, Way to Go, Taking the Rap, and Friend of the Family. Jennifer relocated to Oakhurst in 2011 after surviving 22 years of earthquakes, fires, floods and riots in Los Angeles. She is the mother of one grown human being, Miranda, and pet-mama to Roscoe the pugairn and two talkative felines, Brutus and Roxie.