Archive - May 2012

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Everybody Needs a Little Romance
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2012 SC Book Festival Romance Panel Author
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Get Lost in a Story – Blogging with Donnell Ann Bell on May 10th

Everybody Needs a Little Romance

Are you directionally challenged? I believe the GPS was invented just for me, but I still manage to get lost. Join me on June 1st and tell me about your sense of direction on Everybody Needs A Little Romance.

Everybody Needs A Little Romance is a blog hosted by several romance writers who talk to their readers about their everyday lives. Occasionally, the authors invite a “guest romantic” to participate. I have the honor on June 1st. Hope to see you there.

2012 SC Book Festival Romance Panel Author

2012 SC Book Festival

May 18-20th

Columbia, South Carolina

 

I’m excited to be a panel member at the 2012 SC Book Festival, May 18-20, at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.  The event features over 70 award-winning authors, an array of exhibitors, and fantastic presentations. It should be a wonderful event for both readers and authors.

I plan to attend Pat Conroy’s  keynote presentation and visit Cocky’s Reading Express booth. On Sunday at noon, I will be participating on a romance panel along with fellow award-winning romance writers Kieran Kramer and Rae Renzi, as well as moderator Paula Benson.  A book signing follows the presentation.

I hope to see you there!

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.

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