Come visit me between 1 – 3 PM on October 12th at the Pohick location in Burke! I’ll have giveaways and will be happy to sign your copy of A Little Wicked! If you don’t have one yet, get your copy at a local bookshop like Hooray for Books or through Barnes and Noble or amazon!
Contact me to discuss a visit or video-conference session for book clubs, libraries, classrooms and schools. I can adapt my “What Kinds of Writing Need Research?” presentation to your situation.
Saturday May 5th from 9 am – 3 pm
George Mason’s Gunston Hall is hosting its annual Writing Workshop for 4th and 5th Graders on Saturday, May 5th from 9 am – 3 pm. Join me and other presenters to explore the process of writing historical fiction. Learn the difference between historical fiction and non-fiction, interact with costumed interpreters, and explore the history of George Mason’s Gunston Hall. Register today!
Wednesday December 6th from 5:30 pm- 7:30 pm
Join us Wednesday, December 6th from 5:30-7:30 PM for the Ignite Your Writing through Research adult workshop at the US National Archives in Washington, DC! I will be presenting how I used records to research for A Little Wicked, the award-winning middle grade historical fiction novel.
We will discuss why research is essential for all types of writing and engage in a hands-on activity designed to help you pull information from different record types and keep it organized for your writing project.
Saturday July 8th from 10 am – 4 pm
Join me at the US National Archive in Washington DC! I will be a featured author at the “Write Stuff” Literacy, Writing, and Research Festival. We will also be taping an episode of the Book Club for Kids podcast at 11 am in the McGowan Theater! The Girlfriends Book Club Baltimore will discuss A Little Wicked and Susan Stamberg will be the celebrity reader! Not in DC this Saturday? Tune into the US National Archives YouTube Channel at 11 AM ET.
Monday, June 12th at 9:30 AM ET
Join me on the US National Archives Facebook page. I will be discussing how i used primary sources to help write A Little Wicked. Add to the discussion by using the comments! Grab a mug of whatever gets you started in the morning and join the fun!
The Live event was great fun! It is now a video on the US National Archives Facebook page. Watch it here!
Saturday, February 28, 2015
At the end of February, there will be a new and exciting way to enhance your enjoyment of A Little Wicked! Teachers, librarians, and book groups ll benefit from this big announcement.
Saturday, December 6, 2014, 3PM
Come meet the author of A Little Wicked at Hooray for books at 1555 King Street in Old Town Alexandria, VA. Special treats available. Purchase your copy at the store and then have the author sign it!
October 27 – November 7 2014
A Little Wicked is going on tour online! Follow along as ten different blogs highlight and review A Little Wicked for two weeks. Bloggers work hard on these tours so please follow and leave comments along the way! Thank you.