Category - Book Signings and Author Events

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Get Lost in a Story – Blogging with Donnell Ann Bell on May 10th
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Guest Appearance on Sia McKye Over Coffee
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February Book Clubs and Signings

Get Lost in a Story – Blogging with Donnell Ann Bell on May 10th

Join me on May 10 when I talk with Donnell Ann Bell on the blog Get Lost In A Story. Get Lost In A Story is a site hosted by several award-winning, debut authors as a means of introducing their readers to other writers. I met Donnell through Goodreads  after reading her best-selling novel The Past Came Huntinga Golden Heart winner and great romantic suspense. Her novel continues to win awards and her days are filled with writing her next novel, but she still finds time to offer encouragement and support to other writers.

On Thursday, May 10, I’ll be answering questions from Donnell and chatting with readers on Get Lost In A Story. I hope to see you there! In the meantime, check out Donnell’s site at http://www.donnellannbell.com.

Guest Appearance on Sia McKye Over Coffee

Sia McKye has invited me to be a guest author featured on Sia McKye Over Coffee on Wednesday, March 21.  Sia’s blog features articles and author interviews that focus on the author experience.  I answered a few of Sia’s questions, which will appear in the article, and I will be available on-and-off during the day to answer questions from readers.  Hope to see you there—over coffee, of course.

February Book Clubs and Signings

Stone Mountain Book Clubs

I was honored last month when two Stone Mountain, Georgia, book clubs combined their January meeting and invited me to discuss my novel, Shades of Gray.  Hosted by Kathy Rhinehart in her beautiful Stone Mountain home, the evening was filled with wine, discussions, and wonderful feedback.  One of the attendants, Debbie Weiss, featured Shades of Gray in her Women’s Book Review website—a great website to discover new books. Click here to check it out.

Book Signing at Charlie Mack Salon

I recently discovered Charlie Mack Salon in the heart of Lexington, South Carolina.  Not only is it a great place for hair care, the salon frequently opens its doors after hours for a Girls’ Night Out.  The special nights feature events just for women.  In February, I was invited to attend one of these wonderful evenings and sign copies of my novel Shades of Gray.  I had a wonderful time meeting everyone that night and hope they have enjoyed their books.  You should check out their beauty secrets the next Girls’ Night Out.

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