Six years and four books ago...
What inspires you?
Thank you to Karyn and the rest of the folks at RJ Julia's Wesleyan bookstore for a wonderful evening with the fabulous JR McCabe and Dana Buckmir along with a visit from Carrie Lombardi #happyhealthybelly! What a pleasure it is to hang out with these fantastic women writers and just talk writing! HappyHealthyBelly.info DanaBuckmir.com JRMcCabe@Instagram
What a week it has been! If you would indulge me a bit, I would like to share a few adventures. Last Friday I braved traffic and Jersey drivers to attend the Rutger’s Writing Conference. What an inspiriting weekend of motivation and education! I attended multiple workshops featuring New York Times Bestselling Authors Eloisa James… Continue reading Sunny Saturday Greetings Friends & Fam!
Summer Tour is underway! Wednesday 5 June I will be giving a hometown author talk at the Berlin Senior Center from 1-2pm. Monday 17 June I share the stage with two lovely ladies, Dana Buckmir and J.R. McCabe, at RJ Julia’s in Madison Connecticut. The event is titled Beach Reads. We start at 7 pm… Continue reading Summer Tour
...of not posting lately, yet I have a few terrific announcements on the horizon. Spring tour turns into a short Summer Tour starting June 5th. Details coming next week. Until then... Support your local bookseller, be kind to everyone (including strangers, friends, & family), and enjoy the sunshine!
Thanks to all the folks who stopped by That Book Store on Saturday and to Karen and her crew for inviting me! It was a pleasure to meet folks in person and talk books. Stay tuned - more summer dates coming soon!
"...the plot was tense and exciting. People died I didn’t expect and things happened that I wasn’t ready for. ... the story and writing was strong enough to keep me turning pages. " Click Here to read more...
Live at Savory Bookshop & Cafe reading (19 Mar. 19)
"Maximum Trouble started off with a bang and the action and excitement kept pouring in page after page. The suspense had me on the edge of my seat just waiting for more. There was non-stop action from beginning to end. I could just see the whole thing playing out in my head like a movie. I can’t wait to read more about Maxi and her adventures."