Author Mahon, Nan
Some stories need to be written. That's what Nan Mahon said when an
elderly friend told her of a woman she had known as a
child. The story was about a woman bootlegger in the early
20th Century. It became
Pink Pearls and Irish Whiskey, Nan's first novel.
journalist for many years, Nan made the transition from
newsprint to fiction and has written three novels and a
family anthology. She also teaches
writing classes and works to bring free author events to
the Elk Grove Library where she is a board member of Friends of the
Library. She is a member of Capitol Crimes, the Sacramento Chapter of
Sisters in Crime, is on the Elk Grove Committee for the Arts and is a
commissioner for Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission.