I'm looking forward to being a part of the Simpsonville Library Indie Author Day. I hope you'll come out and hear me talk about my experiences in the industry. Then I'll be participating in my first reading slam where I'll be reading short excerpt from BAD TIME TO BE IN IT AND other independent authors read a short excerpt from their works and you can vote on the best reading. Afterward, chat with the authors and purchase your favorite titles.
Can't wait to talk to my fellow writers about writing!
I always enjoy my visits with the folks at the Cyrill-Westside Branch of the Spartanburg libraries. I hope you'll come out and join us.
Join us at Fiction Addiction as we celebrate the launch of the next Blu Carraway Mystery. There will be snacks and books to be signed. I'd love to see you so pop on by and say hello or stay and have a bit to eat.
Join us on Saturday, March 24th for our quarterly Author Extravaganza! We've got a great line up of authors ranging from children's books to mysteries and thrillers! We will be featuring John Carenen, Raegan Teller, Linda Lovely, Molly Symons, David Burnsworth, and Mikayla Lowery! Be sure to stop by for the chance to chat and purchase signed copies!
Come out and meet local mystery authors David Burnsworth, John Carenen, and Linda Lovely. All three authors have mystery series that range from cozy to noir, but each series focuses on more than just the murder. Each author develops their characters so thoroughly, that by the time you turn the final page in the first book, you feel as if you've known them forever and can't wait to find out what happens next.
David Burnsworth (In It For The Money), became fascinated with the Deep South at a young age. After a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee and fifteen years in the corporate world, he made the decision to write a novel. He is the author of both the Brack Pelton and the Blu Carraway Mystery series. He and his wife call South Carolina home.
John Carenen (The Face on the Other Side), a native of Clinton, Iowa, graduated with an M.F.A. in Fiction Writing from the prestigious University of Iowa Writers Workshop and has been writing ever since. His work has appeared in numerous popular and literary magazines, and he has been a featured columnist in newspapers in North and South Carolina.
Linda Lovely (Bones to Pick), an enthusiastic Sisters in Crime member, finds writing pure fiction isn’t a huge stretch given her years penning PR and ad copy. She writes a blend of mystery and humor, chuckling as she plots to "disappear" the types of characters who most annoy her. Her newest series offers good-natured salutes to both her vegan family doctor and her cheese-addicted kin.
Join us on October 3rd at 6pm as David will attend our monthly meeting to discuss his latest novel “In It for the Money.” The cost will be $20 which will include the book and light hors’d. Please call the concierge to reserve your spot and a copy of David’s book NOW.
Books will be available for pick up on Sept 6th.