I'm thrilled to be part of this year's festival. I'll be in a historical fiction panel with Heather Webb (RODIN'S LOVER) and Jenni Walsh (BECOMING BONNIE). More details to come!
Join me for a delicious evening at one of Cambridge's most acclaimed new restaurants, Benedetto. Chef Michael Pagliarini will be delighting diners with a three course Apicius themed meal and wine pairing. You'll receive a copy of FEAST OF SORROW and learn about the culinary habits of the ancient Romans and how their cooking still influences us today.
This is a ticketed event. $150 for three courses, wine and a copy of the book.
Join me and fellow Touchstone Books author, Lisa Duffy, in a reading of our debut novels. We're both connected to the town of Belmont and are extra excited to be reading in the neighborhood we have both called home.
Join me and fellow Grub Street writer and instructor, Tim Weed, as we read from our books and talk about our love for the city of Rome. Tim's fantastic new short story collection A FIELD GUIDE TO MURDER AND FLY FISHING features a piece set in the eternal city.
I'm excited to be speaking at the next Arlington Author Salon at Kickstand Cafe. I'll be joining renowned chef, Barbara Lynch, and food writer, Ted Weesner for the "Food Salon."
More details here: https://arlingtonauthorsalon.wordpress.com/upcoming-events/
I have three sessions at this year's Writer's Digest conference.
- The Thin Line Between Historical Fact & Fiction - with Anjali Mitter Duva
- You’re the Boss! Taking Control of Your Book’s Promotion Plan
- Panel: Writing about Yesterday, Today: The Art & Business of Historical Fiction -
Moderated by Jessica Strawser