Eagle River author Kaylene Johnson chats during a signing event Sept. 20, 2008, at Title Wave Books. Her book, published early this year, ranks third on The New York Times best-seller paperback nonfiction list.
Eagle River author Kaylene Johnson chats during a signing event Sept. 20, 2008, at Title Wave Books. Her book, published early this year, ranks third on The New York Times best-seller paperback nonfiction list. Erik Hill / Anchorage Daily News
Eagle River author Kaylene Johnson chats during a signing event Sept. 20, 2008, at Title Wave Books. Her book, published early this year, ranks third on The New York Times best-seller paperback nonfiction list. Erik Hill / Anchorage Daily News

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