April 16-18, 2019: TLA (Texas Library Assoc. Annual Conference), Children’s Round Table Panel: Family Dynamics in Children’s Literature (4/17 2:45), book signing; Austin, TX
March 23, 2019: “Write Your Storyline Now!” at WORDFest, a free writers’ conference-type event on Tarrant County College’s NE Campus, Hurst, TX.
March 16, 2019: The Write Stuff, “Editing, Revising, and Critiquing” advice from myself and author Urania Fung, 10:30-12:30, Hawkes Downtown Public Library, Arlington, TX.
February 1, 2019: World Read-aloud Day, reader at North Richland Middle School, North Richland Hills, TX.
November 3, 2018: Marine Creek Writing Conference at NW campus of Tarrant County College, presenter of “Behind the Scenes: First Novel Journey from Agent to Bookshelf”
March 24, 2018: WORDFest at Tarrant County College’s NE Campus; presenter of “How I Got an Agent,” panelist on “Writing Other Identities,” panelist on “Writing Sustainably: Achieving a Life-Writing Balance”
February 8-10, 2018: Lonestar.ink Writers Conference at Dallas Central Library; presenter of “The Feminine Hero’s Journey: The Other Archetypal Story Structure”
November 4, 2017: Tarrant County College’s NW Campus’s Marine Creek Writing Conference
10:45-11:45 “Heroine’s Journey: The Other Archetypal Narrative Structure”
1:00-2:00 “How I Got an Agent and Why I’m Glad I Did!”
October 21, 2017: Arts Goggle street festival on south side of Ft. Worth; on Magnolia between Adams St. and Washington Ave. Reading at 3:00pm in Leaves Bookstore tent. https://www.nearsouthsidefw.org/events/artsgoggle-2017
October 14, 2017: Fort Worth BookFest; exhibitor
September 16, 2017: North Texas Romance Writers of America in Colleyville, TX; presenter of “Finding Your Voice”
August 8, 2017: Fort Worth Boys and Girls Club Career Day; panelist
April 8, 2017: WORDFest in Hurst, TX; presenter of “Finding Your Voice”
April 22, 2016: Harmony Science Academy, Euless TX, Poetry Night, featured speaker
April 13, 2016: Dallas Book Festival; panelist with fellow Her Texas authors, reader
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