NerdCampLI in Jericho, NY: November 4
Tween Author Fest, in Brookline, MA: Dec 17
One-day Children’s Book Writing Workshop at the BCAE: January 21
Pembroke Public Library MG panel, Pembroke, MA: March 4
Westwood Public Library MG Panel, Westwood, MA: March 25
April 9 — Cape AuthorFest in Cape Elizabeth, Maine
April 29-May 1— New England Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators Conference, Springfield, Mass.
May 14 — Reading and signing at Turn of the Corkscrew Books & Wine, Rockville Centre, NY
June 10-12— Chesapeake Children’s Book Festival, Easton, Md. (other Maryland/DC events TBD)
September 16-18 — Burlington Book Festival, Burlington, Vt.
October 1 — Collingswood Book Festival, Collingswood, NJ (tentative)
You can find it at your local bookstore or at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or Indiebound.
I had the pleasure of being interviewed by author Dan Gemeinhart (THE HONEST TRUTH, SOME KIND OF COURAGE) for the Middle Grade Minded Blog recently. You can check out the interview here.
With THE LAST BOY AT ST. EDITH’S coming out just a week from today, I’m holding a giveaway over at Goodreads. Find out all the details here:
Schools, reading clubs, and other groups can win free author visits by reading books by local New England authors….including me!
You can find out all the details at ReadLocal.
My cover can finally be shared with the world! Thanks to Jen Malone and The Kidliterati, who hosted my cover reveal here: http://www.kidliterati.com/2015/06/cover-reveal-mg-novel-last-boy-at-st.html
I interviewed Eve Ainsworth, author of the recently released SEVEN DAYS, for the Sweet Sixteens blog. You can read the interview here: https://thesweetsixteens.wordpress.com/2015/02/11/the-debut-club-an-interview-with-eve-ainsworth-author-of-seven-days/
MGLitChat is a regular weekly chat on twitter about all things middle grade. You can find transcriptions of past chats here, http://mglitchat.blogspot.com or follow #mglitchat on Thursday’s at 9pm Eastern time to participate.
I’m now part of the Sweet Sixteens, a group of MG and YA writers with debut novels coming in 2016. You can find out more about us (and our books) at http://thesweetsixteens.wordpress.com or follow the group on twitter at @TheSweet16s.