I have a number of exciting appearances lined up for 2015. Please check back often for updates or better yet, join my mailing list and get a FREE deleted copy of a chapter of Two-Week Wait.
I will be reading from Two-Week Wait: Motherhood Lost and Found beginning in March 2015. See below for dates and a book description.
Book Description: After losing two children in infancy and surviving three miscarriages, Christina Greer, who suffers from Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and secondary infertility, attempts one last time to become a mother. She keeps readers in suspense as she details her final and twentieth year of suffering through the “two-week wait,” the time period between ovulation and taking a pregnancy test. After announcing her pregnancy, Christina brings readers along as she goes through a harrowing high-risk pregnancy and traumatic birth. People who are struggling or have struggled through infertility or child loss will find hope in this true story of grief and joy on the road to motherhood.
I will be reading from Two-Week Wait for around 20 minutes and then signing book copies. Bring your own or buy a copy there at deeply discounted Arts Fest prices. I look forward to seeing all of you!
For more information and directions to the Arts Fest, see their website: http://wheelingartsfest.com/.
I will be reading from Two-Week Wait for around 20 minutes and then signing book copies. Bring your own or buy a copy there. I look forward to seeing all of you!
March 15, 2015: 6 pm and 11 pm
CBS Affiliate WTRF–Wheeling, WV
Pennsylvania Literary Festival, June 2014
Uniontown Mall, Uniontown, PA
I read a chapter from my memoir-in-progress, The Optimistic Addict: Recovering from Binge Eating Disorder.
“The Pennsylvania Literary Festival aims to engage and inform attendees concerning literary achievements, opportunities, and educational programs within the state and surrounding areas by assembling publishers, authors, libraries, schools, literary agencies, reading associations, book clubs, and the general public.
PA LitFest features industry exhibitors, author appearances, signings, readings, live music, a charity auction, cooking demos, free writing and publishing workshops, storytellers, writing contests, activities for kids, live tapings and interviews with FCTV and GoingLIVE, and a variety of food and beverages spread throughout multiple locations within the Uniontown Mall.”