FAIRFIELD — Dana Mason, a Fairfield resident, has just released her first novel, “Dangerous Embrace.”
She will sign copies of her book 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Vacaville Art League and Gallery and Vacaville Arts Council mixer at 718 E. Monte Vista Ave.
Mason started writing to “prove to her computer-geek husband and her math- and science–geek kids that she actually has a brain; it’s just a right-functioning brain instead of a left,” a press release said.
Mason has lived all over the country and uses that experience in her writing and character studies.
“Dangerous Embrace” is the first in a series of three contemporary romance stories about a group of friends from Northern California who learn just how short life can be when you don’t hold on to what’s important.
Mason specializes in professional development and training. She’s also a board member on the Vacaville Arts Council.
For information on the mixer, call 447-6677. More information about Mason and her book can be found at www.danamasonromance.com.
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