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UntitledTown Book and Author Festival-Saturday

Our panel members  on Saturday at the UntitledTown Book and Author Festival fielded wonderful questions from the audience. We all belong to WisRWA – Wisconsin Romance Writers of America, but our writings cross a wide span of genres. The six of us on the panel write women’s fiction, romance, western punk, culinary mysteries, and sci fi romance. Our listeners were a lively bunch of up and coming authors. There was real potential in Green Bay Saturday. I hope them the best.

After a delicious lunch at Kavarna’s, our group moved over to Old Town Square for the Book Fair. Lots of readers were anxious to talk and ask more questions of the many authors gathered there.

Fantastic day!

Farnsworth Library Signing – Spring 2017

 

When I was teaching, I had a poster I used to put on the wall. I don’t remember the exact phrasing, but something to the effect of “It’s better to have people want your signature than your fingerprints.”  I agree with those words now more than ever.

Many thanks to Kristin and the great staff of the Oconto library for being so accommodating. We are blessed with a wonderful facility in town. Also thanks to those who purchased books or stopped in to chat when it was such a beautiful day outside.

 

Book Signing at the WisRWA Conference

A large group of Green Bay area writers went to the Wisconsin Romance Writers of America Conference in Brookfield last weekend.  We listened to speakers, editors, agents, and other authors.  There was lots of discussion on independent publishing which seems to be the way to go.

I had a chance to get to know other authors in the area better and we all enjoyed the book signing.  A great weekend!DSC00865

Author Talk in Oconto

DSCN0401My author talk at Farnsworth Public Library on May 8 was well attended and enthusiastic.  I gave the audience a bit of my personal history and then how I came to write Death Nell.  We then had a question and answer session and I found that I have a group of readers that are quite interested in the sequel.  I better get busy.

At the end Kristin, the librarian offered snacks – including Nell’s own “Love on a Chip” dip.  Thanks, Kristin and all who attended.DSCN0394DSCN0406DSCN0405