Thursday, May 20, 2010

Guest Blogging - My Answers Posted!!

How do I research for a "paranormal" novel? Am I an empath? Do we all have psychic abilities? FIND OUT in my guest blogging post at Just Jennifer Reading!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Guest Blogging

Hey - I'm guest blogging over at a book review site. This week I tease the audience; next week I answer their questions. Check it out!

Also, my Friday, May 21 event at Borders - Westgate in Austin, TX: I've decided to make it an informal discussion and Q & A on "Raising Your Vibrations," plus a book signing! Hope to see you there! :)

Thursday, May 06, 2010

Updated May Events! Come Join Me!

TEXAS FRIENDS and FANS: Please join me for one of these author events celebrating Texas Mystery Month! I would love to see old friends and meet new ones! Over the month, I will be doing readings, participating in author panels, and signing books!

Saturday, *MAY 8*, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Twig Bookstore
"Mysterious Characters in Our Heads" - a panel discussion of authors Caroline A. Shearer, Sylvia Dickey Smith, Jay Brandon, Nancy Glass West, Russ Hall, and Joan Upton Hall.

Wednesday, *MAY 12*, at 7 p.m. at Barnes & Noble - San Pedro Crossing
Authors Caroline A. Shearer, Diane Fanning, Jay Brandon, and Nancy Glass West discuss "Choosing the Right Sleuths For Mysteries."

Saturday, *May 15*, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at The Book Basket
Authors Caroline A. Shearer, Carolyn Banks, Carolyn Osborn, David Ciambrone, Ken Jolly, and Susan Cooper on "Suspense."

Friday, *MAY 21*, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Borders - Westgate
Authors: Just ME for a BOOK SIGNING! Please come by! :)

Saturday, *MAY 22*, at 2 p.m. at Barnes and Noble - Arboretum
Mystery Author Extravaganza: Caroline A. Shearer, Dave Ciambrone, Byron Riddle, F. J. Schaak, Ph.D, Sylvia Dickey Smith, and Marcia Spillers. We will be reading selections from our novels!

Saturday, *MAY 29*, at 4:30 p.m. at Murder By the Book
Authors Caroline A. Shearer, Laura Elvebak, Mitch Haynes, and Gayle Wigglesworth discuss variety in the mystery genre.

About Adventures of a Lightworker: Dead End Date
"Exciting page turner!" An "intriguing mix of light-hearted storytelling and inner growth."
"It kept me riveted with suspense as each chapter unfolded another clue to the mystery."
"It made me think of the people who have passed through my life and what our purpose on earth really is."
"I love a book that keeps me thinking days after I have finished."