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College Park Library Book Festival, Malice Domestic, Dramathon & Nora Roberts

Despite the unusually chilly weather (yes, there were flurries!), I had a wonderful time April 9 at the 4th Annual College Park Community Library Book Festival seeing readers, fellow writers like Penny Clover Petersen, and Bella, the library dog! Jackie, Elaine and the entire staff did an amazing job organizing this fun, family friendly event.


With Harriet & Bella at College Park Library Book Festival

With Harriet & Bella, the library dog, at the College Park Library Book Festival


NEXT UP… Looking forward to more springtime fun! At the end of April, I’ll be at Malice Domestic meeting up with readers and writers and speaking on a panel about murder at the beach. On May 6, I’ll be participating in The Theatre Lab’s annual Dramathon at Theatre J with my play “Baby Blue” to help raise money to send kids to theatre camp. Finally, on May 19, I’ll be at Turn the Page Bookstore with Nora Roberts and other authors for Girls Night Out!


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