Aug
20
5:30 PM17:30

Creative Writing Workshop: Creating Memorable Main Characters (URI’s OLLI Program, Kingston, RI)

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The final workshop I’m teaching this summer for the University of Rhode Island’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will be held on Tuesday, August 20 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. and it’s all about inventing unforgettable main characters:

 

Creating Memorable Main Characters

Great stories contain unforgettable main characters with unique qualities that allow them to linger in readers’ minds long after their books are read. But do all these memorable characters share any common traits? Yes, they do! We will examine many examples of stellar main characters and discuss what makes them special. Then, using what we have learned, we will create our own memorable main characters in some creative writing exercises.

 

Like my other workshops, this one will be informative and interactive, teaching you new ways to write and giving you some practice in doing so. To enroll, register online at web.uri.edu/olli or call the school at (401) 874-4197. Please join us!

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Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

Dialogue Writing Workshop for GrubStreet: Providence

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Please join me at School One in Providence (220 University Avenue, Providence, RI 02906) for one, two, or three seminar classes I’m teaching there this fall for GrubStreet: Providence. All are on Monday nights, from 6 to 9 p.m.

The first class description:

Dialogue Writing Workshop

What makes amazing dialogue so special is that it not the typical language that we hear spoken on a daily basis. In order for scripted dialogue to be amazing and effective, it has to sound like everyday speech, but in fact be idealized. In this seminar, we will examine examples of good and bad dialogue, look at tips on the topic from authors and editors, and then try our hand at creating our own amazing, idealized dialogue.This is a cross-genre course, applicable to any kind of writing that contains dialogue, including nonfiction.

Scholarships are available.

For more information, please visit this site: https://grubstreet.org/programs/providence-class/

Hope to see some familiar faces there!

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Oct
28
6:00 PM18:00

Writing Seminar: Getting Emotional: How to Layer Your Character's Feelings for GrubStreet Providence

Please join me at School One in Providence (220 University Avenue, Providence, RI 02906) for a seminar class I’m teaching for GrubStreet: Providence on Monday, October 28, from 6 to 9 p.m.

The class description:

Getting Emotional: How to Layer Your Character's Feelings

Have you ever struggled trying to portray your characters’ emotions? How someone experiences and expresses emotion often has complex individual, social, and cultural undertones. Much of the way people show their emotions is non-verbal. Therefore, capturing nuanced feelings on paper can be a daunting task.

In this seminar, we will start by examining and identifying different degrees of emotions. A character can be many levels of angry—irritated, aggravated, pissed off—and as writers, we must be able to pinpoint exactly what she is feeling at that moment in the story. We’ll look at some non-verbal indicators of emotion, moving beyond the smile and the frown to more subtle but effective details, keeping in mind differences due to age, culture, conflict, and other factors. We’ll wrap up the class by exploring our written environments, identifying ways we can use the physical aspects of a scene to amplify our characters’ feelings, as though they were actors on a stage. All of our investigations will be accompanied by in-class writing exercises to experiment, discover, and deepen our understanding of craft when it comes to writing emotions.

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Scholarships are available.

For more information, please visit this site: https://grubstreet.org/programs/providence-class/

Hope to see some familiar faces there!

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Nov
18
6:00 PM18:00

Writing Seminar: Becoming Your Own Best Editor

Please join me at School One in Providence (220 University Avenue, Providence, RI 02906) for a seminar class I’m teaching for GrubStreet: Providence on Monday, November 18, from 6 to 9 p.m.

The class description:

Becoming Your Own Best Editor

Every writer would benefit from a great editor, someone to read and evaluate her work and suggest ways to craft it into the best piece of writing it can possibly become. But professional editors are busy and look for projects that already have a high level of polish, so before submitting to them, you need to become a skilled editor of your own work yourself.

In this hands-on seminar, we will experiment with several different levels of editing. We’ll look at editing some of the “big picture” items, such as a piece’s overall message/story, structure, voice, or tone. We’ll check out how to evaluate secondary elements, such as sub-plots, characters, and point-of-view. And we’ll even examine some common mistakes made with sentence structure, grammar, and spelling—all those little things that are important to get right if we want our work to be taken seriously.

This class will show writers of both fiction and nonfiction how to become their own best editors, making their work marketable in the professional world.

This is a cross-genre seminar, applicable to any kind of writing.

Scholarships are available.

For more information, please visit this site: https://grubstreet.org/programs/providence-class/

Hope to see some familiar faces there!

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Aug
17
2:00 PM14:00

Book Launch for The Curious Childhood of Wanton Chase

Please join Woodhall Press and our Book Team to celebrate the launch of The Curious Childhood of Wanton Chase, the first book in our Rose Island Lighthouse Series. Michaela Fournier (graphic designer), Julia Heinzmann (illustrator), Marilyn Harris (researcher), and I (author) will be at the Davisville Free Library (481 Davisville Road, North Kingstown, RI) from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, August 17. We’ll talk about the book, read an excerpt, and answer any questions you might have. Copies of the book, both hardcover and paperback, will be available for purchase and signing. And we’re bringing food, too—appetizers and dessert—so, come join the party!

The event is free but the library recommends that you call ahead to reserve a seat: (401) 884-5524.

We hope to see you there!

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Jul
30
5:30 PM17:30

Creative Writing Workshop: Playing with Point of View (POV) (URI’s OLLI Program, Kingston, RI)

The second workshop I am teaching this summer for the University of Rhode Island’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) will be held on Tuesday, July 30 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. Here’s the description from the OLLI catalog:

 

Playing with Point of View (POV)

Before setting down the first word, a writer must decide which point of view (POV) to use to tell the story: first person (I thought), second person (you thought), third person limited (he thought), and third person omniscient (the narrator knows all). We will read examples of all four types of POV, discuss their relative advantages and challenges, and then try our hands at writing snippets of stories in each POV, to get a real feel for them.

 

Each of these workshops is fun, factual, and interactive. By the time you leave, you’ll have gained a new understanding of the highlighted creative writing topic and will have garnered some experience in how to apply that knowledge to your writing projects. To enroll, you may register online at web.uri.edu/olli or by calling the school at (401) 874-4197. Please consider joining us!

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Jul
10
11:30 AM11:30

Book & Author Luncheon, Women's Club of South County

I am incredibly proud and honored to be one of three authors selected by the Women’s Club of South County (a branch of the national General Federation of Women’s Clubs) to speak at their annual Book & Author Luncheon at the Narragansett Dunes Club on Wednesday, July 10 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Bill Harley, Nancy Thayer, and I will be talking, reading, and just having a wonderful time sharing with this group of amazing women who volunteer their time and effort to raise money for good causes. Last year, this event raised over $30,000 for various local programs and organizations!

Tickets for this year’s luncheon are already sold out, but please contact the Women’s Club to find out about them and about next year’s Book & Author event.

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Jun
25
5:30 PM17:30

Creative Writing Workshop: Show, Don’t Tell: What It Really Means (URI’s OLLI Program, Kingston, RI)

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The University of Rhode Island’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) was so pleased with the creative writing workshop I taught for them last summer at their Kingston Campus, they have invited me back to teach six more workshops: three classes this summer and three classes this fall. The first three will be taught on Tuesday nights, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., on June 25, July 30, and August 20. This is the description of the June workshop:

 

Show, Don’t Tell: What It Really Means

Often the first advice a writer receives is “show, don’t tell,” which is completely at odds with the traditional way people communicate with each other, by storytelling. So, what is meant by “show, don’t tell” and how far must a writer go to obey this literary commandment? Using examples from classical and modern novels, we will examine the question and then experiment with enjoyable and effective ways to utilize showing-vs.-telling in our own creative writing process.

 

If you’d like to enroll in this class or any of the other ones, you may register online at web.uri.edu/olli or by calling the school at (401) 874-4197. I’d love to see you there!

 

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Jun
2
4:00 PM16:00

Sunday Tea at Smith’s Castle (Smith’s Castle, North Kingstown, RI)

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Smith’s Castle is a house museum located at 55 Richard Smith Drive in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, and is one of the oldest houses in the state. The docents dress in period costumes and lead visitors on tours of the house and grounds, telling fascinating stories about the folks who once lived in the house.

Smith’s Castle has invited me to speak at a Sunday Tea on June 2 at 4:00 p.m. about The Curious Childhood of Wanton Chase, a wonderful historical storybook about the Rose Island Lighthouse I wrote with a team of four talented women. The book chronicles the true-life boyhood of Wanton Chase, who lived with his grandparents at the lighthouse until he was seven years old. Please join us for tea, crumpets, and some heartwarming stories at the beautifully restored Smith’s Castle!

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Apr
26
9:00 AM09:00

The Rhode Show, WPRI Television

I’m going to be on TV! The Rhode Show has invited me to be one of their guests on the morning of Friday, April 26, sometime between 9 – 10:00 a.m. Nancy DeNuccio, the fundraising chair for GFWC Women’s Club of South County, and I will be on the program to talk about the Club’s Book & Author Luncheon on July 10 at the Dunes Club in Narragansett. The Rhode Show’s Michaela Johnson will interview us for the television segment and will also be the host at the event in July, so it will be fun to meet her and to discuss the fundraiser.

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Jun
21
7:00 PM19:00

SMITH’S CASTLE: PRESENTATION FOR DOCENTS (Smith’s Castle, North Kingstown, RI)

Smith's Castle is a house museum at 55 Richard Smith Drive in North Kingstown, Rhode Island, and is one of the oldest houses in the state. The docents dress in costume and lead visitor on tours of the house and grounds, telling fascinating stories about the folks who once lived in the house.

I am very honored to have been invited to speak about my novel, Frozen Voices, to a group of Smith Castle docents at one of their potluck dinners. Although the presentation is not open to the general public, I did want to post it here, to give a shout out to the great group of dedicated historians who serve as docents…including my mom, Marilyn Harris!

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Jun
19
5:30 PM17:30

WRITING A HISTORICAL NOVEL: FACT VS. FICTION (URI, Kingston, RI)

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I am very excited to announce that the University of Rhode Island’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) has asked me to teach a class for them! On Tuesday, June 19, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., I will be teaching a one-time writing class at the Kingston Campus. Here is the class write-up from the course catalog:

Writing a historical novel requires a careful balance between fact and fiction. The addition of real-life characters and events may benefit a novel by adding a layer of credibility. However, these same historical people and occurrences might conflict with the tale the author is trying to tell. We will examine some popular historical fiction, discuss the pros and cons of including history in novels, and then do a few simple exercises that illustrate the process of incorporating historical people and events into a story line. No previous writing experience necessary.

If you’d like to enroll, the class costs $10 and you may register online at web.uri.edu/olli or by calling the school at (401) 874-4197.

 I’d be thrilled to see some familiar faces there!

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Apr
16
10:05 AM10:05

Appearance on WADK 1540AM/MIXX 99.3 FM Radio

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On Monday, April 16, I will be interviewed on live radio! 

A few months ago, Chistian McBurney, editor of SmallStateBigHistory.com, invited me to submit a post about the Larchmont Disaster. That post appears on the website this week and to promote it, Christian made arrangements for me to "appear" on the Talk of the Town radio show with Bruce Newbury on WADK 1540AM/MIXX 99.3 FM from 10:05 to 10:20 Monday morning.

Please tune in!

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Apr
7
2:00 PM14:00

Ask the Local Authors Event at Tatnuck Bookseller (Westborough, MA)

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On Saturday, April 7, please join us at Tatnuck Bookseller in Westborough, Massachusetts, for a presentation of Ask the Local Authors. From 2 to 4 PM, authors BJ Knapp, Gail Ward Olmstead, Tracey Ryan, and I will participate in an interesting and fact-filled panel discussion of our various journeys to publishing our novels. Whether self-published, traditionally published, or published through the winning of an award, many different paths will be addressed.

Tatnuck Bookseller, located only an hour from Providence, has a book selection that rivals those of the big box stores, yet runs the store the way you would you expect a family owned store to be run: staffed by friendly, knowledge booksellers. And they are proud of the fact that all their books are discounted every day. In addition to their large inventory of books, Tatnuck also has a gift gallery, a cafe, and a children's section, full of books, toys and gifts for the wee folks.

So, come listen to our panel discussion and spend some time at Tatnuck Bookseller, the largest independent bookstore in New England.

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Mar
11
3:00 PM15:00

Frozen Voices Presentation/Reading at the Island Bound Bookstore (Block Island)

If you've ever wondered what Block Island is like in the winter, here's your chance to find out! Join me at Block Island's Island Bound Bookstore on Sunday, March 11 at 3 pm for a presentation/reading of my novel, Frozen Voices. (Please note that this event was originally scheduled to be held at the Library but has been moved to the bookstore.) I will discuss the historical content of my book, do a brief reading, answer questions, and then will be available to sell/sign copies. The event is timed to sync with the ferry schedule, so please come out and spend the afternoon on the Block!

Island Bound Bookstore

Water Street

Block Island, RI 02807

(401) 466-8878

www.islandboundbookstore.com

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Feb
13
6:30 PM18:30

Meet the Author: Frozen Voices, at the Barrington Public Library

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On Tuesday, February 13 at 6:30 pm, the Barrington Public Library will host Meet the Author: Frozen Voices, featuring me! I'll discuss the selection of the novel's four narrators, read a brief excerpt or two, answer questions, and sell/sign copies of the book. Please come join me in beautiful Barrington...on the other side of the bay!

 

Barrington Public Library

281 Country Road

Barrington, RI 02806

(401) 247-1920

www.barringtonlibrary.org

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Dec
2
10:00 AM10:00

Rhode Island Author Expo 2017

On Saturday, December 2, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., please join me and over 135 other writers at the Rhode Island Author Expo 2017. The event will be held in the beautiful ballroom at the Rhodes on the Pawtuxet, 60 Rhodes Place, Cranston, RI, and is free and open to the public. This is a terrific opportunity for you to complete much of your Christmas shopping, because who doesn't love a book, right? All different genres will be represented, from children's to poetry to biography to young adult to historical fiction (my personal favorite!). Authors will be on hand to sell/autograph their books, run workshops and presentations, and hold holiday raffles. I, personally, will be giving a workshop on how to write historical fiction from 3:45 to 3:45 p.m. that day. Hope to see you there!

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Nov
9
7:00 PM19:00

Rockport Public Library: From Inspiration to Publication

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I am very excited to have been invited to speak at the Rockport (Massachusetts) Public Library's program, From Inspiration to Publication. On Thursday, November 9, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., another first-time author and I will discuss the processes and experiences encountered while writing and publishing our first novels. Afterward, we will be answering questions and signing books, which may be purchased at the event through The Bookstore of Gloucester. Please come to this fun event and encourage two neophyte writers!

From Inspiration to Publication

Rockport Public Library

17 School Street

Rockport, MA 01966

Information: (978) 546-6934 or www.rockportlibrary.org

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Oct
17
7:00 PM19:00

Fairfield University MFA Alumni Readings & Book Fair

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On Tuesday, October 17, please join us for a fun night with Fairfield University MFA Alumni on the Fairfield campus in the Kelley Center. There will be readings to celebrate new book publications from Ben Fine, Joe Reynolds, and me!, followed by snacks, a chance to mingle, and an alumni book fair. This event is free and open to the public, so please stop by.

 

Fairfield University MFA Alumni Readings and Book Fair

Fairfield University

Kelley Center

1073 North Benson Road

Fairfield, CT 06824

Additional information: shuber@fairfield.edu

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Oct
16
7:30 PM19:30

North Attleborough Historical Society Meeting

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On Monday, October 16 at 7:30 p.m., I will be doing a presentation about Frozen Voices to the North Attleborough Historical Society. For this event, I will focus my attention on narrator Millard Franklin, AKA the Boy Houdini, who was born and raised in North Attleborough. I will begin by discussing the facts I discovered about Millard, then talk about other information I gathered relative to that area and time period, and then mention how I used my literary license to tie all of this information together into a cohesive, compelling novel of historical fiction. After a brief book reading and question and answer session, books will be available for purchase and signing.

 

For more information about this event, contact the Historical Society at (508) 699-0152.

North Attleborough Historical Society

Little Red Schoolhouse

362 North Washinghton Street

North Attleborough, MA 02760

www.neighborhoodlink.com/org/nahistorical

 

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Oct
12
9:00 PM21:00

WEMF Radio - Live Interview

Filling in for another author last minute, I will be doing a live interview on WEMF Radio, Thursday, October 12, from 9 to 9:30 p.m. Max Bowen, the radio show's host/producer, will be discussing Frozen Voices and my writerly process. To hear the program, please go to WEMFradio.com or listen to it streaming live on the Citywide Facebook page. I have never been on a live radio show before, so I am very excited about this opportunity!

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Sep
30
10:00 AM10:00

RIC Fest 2017

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Please join me at Rhode Island College's Homecoming & Reunion Weekend. On Saturday, September 30, I will be participating in their Book Authors' Signing & Sale, being held in the RIC Event and Recreation Center from 10 am to 2 pm. Many local authors, crafters, potters, and musicians will be on hand at this FREE event, open to the public.

For a complete listing of all of the weekend's activities, please visit the RIC Fest 2017 website at http://www.ric.edu/homecoming/Pages/default.aspx.

Hope to see you there!

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Sep
7
4:00 PM16:00

Westville Public Library, Westville, Illinois

If you happen to be in Southern Illinois on Thursday, September 7th, please join me at the Westville Public Library for a presentation of Frozen Voices. I will be doing a brief presentation about the history contained in the novel followed by a short reading and a Q&A session. Afterward, I will have books for sale and would be delighted to sign them for you.

 

Westville Public Library

233 South State Street

Westville, IL 61883

(217) 267-3170

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Aug
15
6:30 PM18:30

BARRINGTON BOOKS, BARRINGTON, RHODE ISLAND

On Tuesday, August 15th at 6:30 p.m., I will be doing a reading/signing of Frozen Voices at Barrington Books in Barrington, Rhode Island. Please join me in this wonderful bookstore, full of great books, fun reading merchandise, and one of the friendliest staffs in Rhode Island.

Barrington Books
184 County Road
Barrington, RI 02806
(401) 245-7925 or http://www.barringtonbooks.com

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Aug
8
6:30 PM18:30

BARRINGTON BOOKS RETOLD, GARDEN CITY

On August 8th at 6:30 p.m., please join me for a book reading/signing at the Barrington Books Retold in Garden City, Rhode Island. This bookstore is big, beautiful, and stocked with all the books and reading paraphernalia you need to enjoy your favorite read. Combine those attributes with a friendly and knowledgeable staff and you have a great place to spend a summer evening, hearing an excerpt from Frozen Voices.

Barrington Books Retold
Garden City
76 Hillside Road
Cranston, RI 02920
(401) 432-7222 or http://www.barringtonbooks.com/

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Jun
24
5:00 PM17:00

ISLAND BOUND BOOKSTORE, BLOCK ISLAND

Here's a great opportunity to both visit beautiful Block Island and support a local author--me! Please join us on Saturday, June 24th, at Island Bound Bookstore for a reading/signing of Frozen Voices. The event has been timed so that we may all enjoy the island for the day, go to the book event, and still catch the last ferry home that evening. I hope to see you there!

Island Bound Bookstore
P.O. Box 1729, Water Street
Block Island, RI 02807
(401) 466-8878
Island-Bound@hotmail.com

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May
11
6:00 PM18:00

Rice Public Library, Kittery, Maine

I am very excited to be doing a book presentation/reading with fellow New Rivers Press author, Elizabeth Searle, at the Rice Public Library in Kittery, Maine. The library was built in 1888 and is absolutely beautiful. The presentation is free and open to the public, so please stop by, see the library, and say "Hi!" to Elizabeth and me!

Rice Public Library

8 Wentworth Street

Kittery, Maine  03904

(207) 439-1553

http://www.rice.lib.me.us

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Apr
26
5:30 PM17:30

Rose Island Lighthouse Foundation Annual Meeting @ Newport Yacht Club

On Wednesday, April 26, 2017, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m., I will be the guest speaker for the Rose Island Lighthouse Foundation's Annual Meeting at the Newport Yacht Club. I will be discussing Frozen Voices and will also talk about the possibility of writing a series of historical novels for the Foundation, based upon people who have lived at the lighthouse over the past 150 years. There will be hors d'ourves and a cash bar. All are welcome. For more information, call the RILF @ (401) 847-4242.

 

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Apr
20
7:00 PM19:00

Richards Memorial Library, North Attleboro, MA: Book Presentation/Signing

The kind folks at the Richards Memorial Library in North Attleboro, Massachusetts, have invited me to do a book presentation/signing in their events room at 7 p.m., April 20, 2017. This library is only a few miles from the home where Millard Franklin, the Boy Houdini, once lived. Perhaps Millard visited the library to check out books about magic!

Please join me for a slide presentation about Millard Franklin and Frozen Voices, followed by a brief reading, and then a questions & answers session. Copies of the book will be available afterward for purchase and signing.

Hope to see you at this beautiful, old library!

Richards Memorial Library

118 North Washington Street

North Attleboro, MA 02760

(508) 699-0122

www.rmlonline.org

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Feb
22
6:30 PM18:30

North Kingstown Free Library: Book Presentation/Signing

I will be doing a book presentation/signing at the North Kingstown Free Library on the evening of February 22, 2017 @ 6:30 p.m. Please join me for a discussion and a reading about Millard Franklin, one of the four narrators of Frozen Voices. Questions are certainly welcome and I'll bring along some copies of the book for purchase/signing.

Hope to see you there!

North Kingstown Free Library

100 Boone Street

North Kingstown, RI 02852

(401) 294-3306

http://www.nklibrary.org

 

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Feb
8
to Feb 11

AWP: Book Reading/Signing

I will be doing one or two book readings/signings at this year's Association of Writers and Writers' Program (AWP) Conference, to be held in Washington, D.C. from Wednesday, February 8th to Saturday, February 11th (my birthday!). Exact times and location are still TBD, so please check back here for further information.

During the AWP Conference, I also will be sitting at the Bookfair tables for New Rivers Press and Fairfield University's MFA/Creative Writing Program, so please stop by for a visit.

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Dec
30
1:00 PM13:00

BOOK READING/SIGNING

Fairfield University's MFA Program Residency

Alumni Day

1 Enders Island

Mystic, Connecticut 06355

Please join us for a book reading/signing on beautiful Enders Island, off the coast of Mystic, Connecticut.  (Don't worry, no boat is necessary! The island is connected to the mainland by a driveable causeway.) The reading will take place in the Chapel at 1:00 p.m. with the book signing and conversation afterwards in St. Michael's Hall.

If you have the chance, please come see this gorgeous retreat where I attended Fairfield University's MFA residencies for ten days every winter and summer throughout my graduate school program. For those fellow FUMFA alumni, this event is held on Alumni Day during this residency, so please consider stopping by!

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Dec
10
2:00 PM14:00

Rhode Island Book Launch and Reading/Signing

Davisville Free Library

481 Davisville Road

North Kingstown, RI 02852

(401) 884-5524

Please join us at the Davisville Free Library on Saturday, December 10, at 2 p.m. for the Rhode Island launch of my new novel, Frozen Voices. After a brief presentation and reading we will have plenty of time for snacks, drinks, and conversation.  Copies of the novel will be available for purchase and signing, too.  And, if you have never been to the Davisville Free Library, you are in for a special treat; it is one of Rhode Island's true treasures!

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