In this month's issue of the podcast newsletter, authors Joseph Mazerac, Laurie Wallmark and Merriam Saunders are sharing their book recommendations with us. These authors write for younger readers (young adult novels, middle grade stories and children's picture books). Check out their podcast episodes (#73, #72, and #74, respectively) to learn more about these authors and their amazing books!
** Sending my apologies to Donna Schlachter. I misspelled there name in the newsletter. I know there's a second "h," but I missed it on my review. I'm so sorry, Donna! **
** Sending my apologies to Marc Cavella. I misspelled the title of his debut novel, Tabernacle, in the newsletter. It's such a great title, and I'm so sorry for the error. **
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Check out the August 2020 Newsletter from The Bookshop at the End of the Internet. Three of our authors -- Kathleen Lopez, Kella Campbell and Nicole Saunders -- are sharing their book recommendations with you! Listen to their podcast episodes (#32, #34 and #31, respectively) to learn more about these wonderful authors. You'll want to add their own books to your TBR pile as well!
I recently wrote a blog post (titled, Just Think of All Those Stories...) for the Amelia Island Book Festival regarding my experience participating in their Authors in Schools program.
In 2019, I spent the day at West Nassau High School discussing my book, Sycamore Lane, with the students and teachers. It was an honor to be involved in the AIS program and to write the article for the AIBF website.
You can read my post here and learn more about this wonderful Authors in Schools program. Thank you, AIBF, for allowing me to be a part of your efforts to get kids and teens reading.
Our July Newsletter is now available. Three of our wonderful authors -- Nikesha Elise Williams, Sophia Gholz and Malayna Evans -- have given us their book recommendations for this month. Wonder what our authors are reading? These talented ladies are sharing titles that you'll want to add to your to-be-read pile. Also, tune in to their podcast episodes (#029, 026 and 027, respectively) to hear these authors share tales from their own writing journey.
Some of our Bookshop authors have graciously shared with us their recommendations for fun and informative books to read this month. Check out our Newsletter (June 2020) to see what Robin Newman, Lori Oliver-Tierney and Flora Beach Burlingame are recommending for your TBR pile.
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We can always add more books to our TBR pile. Check out the May 2020 Newsletter from The Bookshop at the End of the Internet for some great titles. Three wonderful authors who previously appeared on the podcast -- N. Jane Quackenbush, Tracy Tripp and Pat Stanford -- share their book recommendations. Maybe one of their favorite books will become a new favorite of yours!
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Once a month, beginning this March, The Bookshop at the End of the Internet will be sending out a newsletter with book recommendations from some of the authors who have appeared on the podcast. Want to know what these authors are reading? Curious about what kinds of books these authors might recommend? Sign up for the newsletter and find out.
Here is the March 2020 Newsletter. Happy reading!
This year's Jax Book Fest was a wonderful event. I met so many wonderful readers and fellow authors, and I had the privilege of participating in the Author's Salon, where I read from my book, Sycamore Lane, and answered questions. I also was thrilled to meet (and sit next to) NYT best-selling and award-winning author Neal Shusterman. Not a bad way to celebrate the leap year!
Thank you to the Jacksonville Public Library for a fantastic day.
This year, the Jax Book Fest is being held on Saturday, February 29th at the beautiful Main Library in downtown Jacksonville, Florida from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The Jacksonville Public Library invited me to join Chris Boivin, Assistant Director of Community Relations and Marketing, to make the rounds on the morning news shows to promote the Jax Book Fest. I was thrilled and honored to do so. We sat down with the Channel 4 News Morning Show and the First Coast Living Morning Show to discuss why the Jax Book Fest is the literary event of the year! You can watch the First Coast Living interview here... or visit my Awards, Events & Media page to find links to both morning show programs.
Thank you to the Jacksonville Public Library for supporting local area authors and for putting on such a wonderful event.
Come see me at the Jax Book Fest. I'll be reading from my book, Sycamore Lane, and answering questions at 11:30 am in the Authors Salon, or find me at my table on the Ground Floor of the Main Library. Hope to see you there!
Book 3 of The Elixir Vitae Adventures series will be available on November 1st.
You can preorder the ebook on Amazon.com.
Pick up a copy of ADULTUS and find out what happens next!
To celebrate the release of ADULTUS,
Books 1 and 2 (ORTUS and JUVENIS)
will be available in ebook for only $.99 November 1-5.
Life is an adventure... Read one today!
I recently had the pleasure of being interviewed by fellow author, Renee Garrison, for her blog:
And, check out Renee's latest book, The Anchor Clankers.
I'm very excited to share the new book trailer for my novel, Inland.
You can check it out on the Books page of my website.
The Florida Authors and Publishers Association has announced their 2017 Medalists for Fiction: Young Adult Paranormal/Sci-Fi/Fantasy -- and Inland has been chosen! I'm excited and honored to have my book chosen as a medalist in this category.