Come see me!!
February is going to be one busy month for me! I have seven appearances in the next 30 days. I’ll be covering several subjects … from the introduction of my newest novel, writing seminars to historical presentations that center on the research I’ve done to be able to write upcoming and past books.
A quick over-view of my schedule during this period is:
February 9th, 10:30 AM – Ft Myers Beach Public Library – open to the public – 2755 Estero Blvd, Ft Myers Beach, FL – Topic – The Loyal 14th Colony, Florida in the Revolutionary War.
February 11th, 10 to 4 – Lemon Bay Historical Society – open to the public – Cracker Fair,
300 S Mango Street, Englewood, FL 34223 – Meet & Greet
February 16-18 – (Saturday appearance) Amelia Island Book Festival, – open to the public – Fernandina Beach Middle School Campus, 315 Citrona Drive, Fernandina Beach, FL -Topic Meet & Greet (hopefully will intro The Bait Man my new suspense novel)
February 22nd – Laurel Authors & Poets – private event – Topic – Developing compelling characters with a scientific assist.
February 25th – SW Florida Heritage Festival – open to the public – Crowley Museum & Nature Center, 16405 Myakka Road, Sarasota, FL 334240 – Topic – Florida, the forgotten years, 1865 to 1915 (to be presented multiple times)
February 28th – Lakes Village Women’s Reading Society – private event – Topic – The Bait Man, featuring realistic heroine Chessie Partin!
March 2nd, 1:30 PM – Ft Myers Beach Public Library – open to the public – 2755 Estero Blvd, Ft Myers Beach, FL – Topic – (seminar) – Writing and researching historical fiction
The month of January flew by … I’ve been working full time with my wonderful new publisher Taylor & Seale, reviewing galleys, working on covers, promo schedule, etc., etc. This has been a very pleasurable experience. My new thriller/suspense novel, The Bait Man, will be released this month. The next post I write will be devoted to this book. I try to put learning value in all my books and this is no exception … it includes info from archaeological facts to East European political history.
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