April Newsletter

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Check out our calendar here for all events

April 4th
9:00 am - 10:00 am
Audrey Cotherman at the Senior Center

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Join us at the Senior Center (1831 E. 4th St.) for a book signing and talk with Audrey Cotherman, author of A Pinch of Salt.

"A Pinch of Salt" addresses the human condition -- our foibles and our triumphs, personally and as members of a community. Sometimes humorous, always serious, readers may recognize their own lives and their own truths.


April 5th
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Casper Art Walk

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It's that time of year again: The Art Walk is back! during the first Thursday of every month we celebrate small businesses downtown. Come join in the party and see us for extended hours. We're open until 8:00 pm for the Art Walk.


April 21st
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Gene Gagliano at Wind City Books

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Join us for a book signing with Wyoming's Poet Laureate, Gene Gagliano! Gene is a retired elementary school teacher known for his books C is for Cowboy: A Wyoming Alphabet, Little Wyoming, Booger, and many more!


May 2nd
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
William Gear at Natrona County Public Library

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Michael Gear will be at Natrona County Public Library with his new book, This Scorched Earth. Reserve your copy with us and join us in meeting the author at the library.

Hot and New!

Indies Next List

Check out the Indies Next List here and see new favorites to pick up in-store!

Book Review


Unbury Carol by Josh Malerman
Unbury Carol is a well paced novel that plays out like a film with characters that naturally move the story along. The characters are satisfied with who they are as people with exceptions made to the villainous and the deranged who attempt to destroy others to change themselves and their statuses. The story is fairly straightforward while masterfully hiding the plot changing information that is revealed at key points like a magic trick. This book is about legends, expectations, and sleight of hand all wrapped up in a western package.

Wind City Book Club!

Starting this year, Wind City Books will do a monthly book club. Every month we will pick out a book and look forward to the community joining in to discuss it with staff on our Wind City Book Club Facebook group.

This month we are reading The Magpie Murders by Anthony Horowitz, which is out in paperback and at our store!

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Other Readings

  • Have you been keeping up with your bookish New Year's resolution? Here's 7 ways to read more books. Real Simple.
  • March was a fantastic month for books and this reflection of it highlights 18 books by Asian writers. Asian American Writers' Workshop.
  • Spring weather is unpredictable, but even if it snows and buries any blooms you can still get your dose of flowers with these fictional books featuring flowers. Book Riot.

Libro News

You can now earn free audiobooks while supporting Wind City Books. Simply visit libro.fm/refer and you’ll have the option of entering email addresses, sharing via social or via a unique link. The invitation allows friends and family to enjoy their first audiobook for just $0.99 and you’ll get a free audiobook after their first month of membership. Whether it's someone new to audiobooks or an audiobook aficionado looking for a change, this is your opportunity to share how they can support Wind City Books through the power of audiobooks.

A Small Town in the West

Ever wonder what the staff at Wind City Books are listening to?
Check out our playlist!
A list of audiobooks we love collected in spot. Scroll through our recommendations, get a book for yourself or a friend, and support your local bookstore through Libro.fm.

Connect with Your Local Booksellers!

Wanna know what your booksellers are reading?
Join us on Litsy, a fun and easy to use book tracking app for Apple or Android!
Find us:
@Bookdodger (Vicki)
@Mirandareads (Miranda)
@H.Louise (Heather)
@BagginsOfBagEnd (Ash)