-Friday, 3/25/22 New Hampshire School Library Media Association Spring Conference @ Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

       -Monday/Tuesday, 5/23 & 24/22 Maine Library Association Annual Conference @ Sunday River Ski Resort, Sunday River, ME (I’ll be there in a personal capacity, but I’ll also be giving out a limited number of SUGARING OFF arcs to those interested)

     -Saturday, 6/11/22 2:45 p.m. Maine Crime Wave Panelist, “Genre-Blending (and Bending) Mysteries” @ University of Southern Maine Portland Campus, Portland, ME

       -Tuesday, 6/21/22 Children’s Institute: American Booksellers Association Annual Conference Author Reception  @ Arizona Biltmore Hotel, Phoenix, AZ

          -Saturday, 10/8/22 3:55-4:55 p.m. Maine Lit Fest Panel, “Rich Kid, Poor Kid: Exploring Socioeconomic Diversity Through Middle Grade and Young Adult Fiction” @ Monument Square, Portland, ME

-Tuesday, 11/1/22 7:45 a.m. FOX 22 WFVX Bangor Live SUGARING OFF Interview with Host Emma Smith

         -Tuesday, 11/1/22 5:00-6:00 p.m. Sugaring Off Book Launch Talk & Signing @ The Briar Patch Bookstore event space—BOOKSPACE—at 48 Columbia Street, Bangor, ME

-Wednesday, 11/2/22 6:00-7:00 p.m. Virtual Sugaring Off Discussion Featuring Author Betty Culley Hosted by Print: a Bookstore via Zoom (register here!)

A Note on Appearances: I’ve found my true happiness in being a mom of three in addition to being a writer. We’re also homeschooling this year; therefore, I have to be very selective about appearances due to time constraints, and I do need to charge for my professional time to make ends meet.

My Rates: $200 an hour for any appearance, Zoom or in person, with additional charges for travel expenses where applicable. That said, I’m happy to try to work with anyone to negotiate a fee that we can both agree upon. I am no longer available for in-person school visits.

Please know that I interact with readers daily on my Twitter and Instagram accounts, so you can always reach me there. Wishing you and your family the best!

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