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wild times

North Carolina environmental writer Georgann Eubanks discusses his latest book, “Saving the Wild South: The Fight for Native Plants on the Brink of Extinction,” Monday at 10:30 a.m. at the Meet the Author event at the Literary Guild of St. Simons Island at the Casino, 550 Beachview Drive, St. Simons, Ga. (free for members, $10 for guests) and 3 p.m. Mondays at Story & Song Bookstore, 1430 Park Ave., Fernandina Beach.

curious hike

Author Richard Reeder discusses his novel “The Curious Odyssey of Rudolph Bloom” 4 p.m. Friday, Story & Song Bookstore, 1430 Park Ave., Fernandina Beach.

historical work

North Carolina author Donna Everhart presents her Depression-era historical novel “The Saints of Swallow Hill,” 4 p.m. Friday, San Marco Books and More, 1971 San Marco Blvd.

No more spies

Bestselling mid-level novelist James Ponti presents “City Spies: Forbidden City,” the third installment in his “City Spies” series, at 6 p.m. Friday, The BookMark, 220 First St., Neptune Beach.

For kids

Story Time with Mrs. Dearsha, Saturday at 10:30 a.m., Story and Song Bookstore, 1430 Park Ave., Fernandina Beach.

Virtual

Author Clare Mackintosh discusses her “Hostage” mystery, 3 p.m. Monday, Barnes & Noble online, bnclaremackintosh.eventbrite.com to register.

Retired CIA agent Ric Prado presents his memoir “Black Ops: The Life of a CIA Shadow Warrior,” Monday at 6 p.m., BookMark online, crowdcast.io/e/an -evening-with-ric Sci-fi fantasy author John Scalzi presents “The Kaiju Preservation Society, 7 p.m. Monday, Barnes & Noble online, with ticket, bnjohnscalzi.eventbrite.com.

Best-selling mystery writer Harlan Coben discusses “The Match,” 3 p.m. Tuesday, Barnes & Noble online, ticketed, bnharlancoben.eventbrite.com.

Authors Dolly Parton and James Patterson discuss “Run, Rose, Run,” 6 p.m. Wednesday, Barnes & Noble online, ticketed, bnrunroserun.eventbrite.com.

Send bookmark information to [email protected] (don’t forget the 1). Announcements must arrive seven days before the Sunday of publication. Events free and open to all unless otherwise specified and always subject to change