News and Events

A Dead Man’s Eyes is now available! Here is a calendar of events along with links to already published interviews, guest blog posts, podcasts and virtual readings. For signed copies, please email me at

News and Events

Oct. 23, Southern Tier Women’s Financial Conference, The Center at Park Avenue, 400 Park Avenue, Corning, NY, 8 am to 4 pm: I will be selling and signing books at this event while also getting empowered and educated about finances and life by a fantastic group of diverse women! Come join us, virtually or in person.

Nov. 6, Dormann Library, Bath, NY, 10 am until noon. During this free and in-person event, I will talk about A DEAD MAN’S EYES, the craft of fiction writing and the path to publishing. I will be joined by Lissa Redmond, a former cold case investigator and author of several mysteries. We love questions. Bring lots!

Nov. 12-14, New England Crime Bake, Boston, MA. This crime writers conference has special meaning for me. It’s where I met one of the three owners of Level Best Books, my publisher, and best-selling author Hank Phillippi Ryan, who endorsed my novel, A DEAD MAN’S EYES and is this year’s guest of honor. This year’s theme is HOME SWEET HOMICIDE. Come join an awesome group of writers, editors and agents for a weekend of craft and crime!

Dec. 4, Dickens of a Christmas, Wellsboro Fire Dept Annex, 21 East Ave, Wellsboro, PA, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The 37th annual event takes place throughout Wellsboro, but I will selling and signing copies of A DEAD MAN’S EYES among dozens of vendors in the warm and cozy annex. So, roam the gas-lit Main Street of Wellsboro, where you can enjoy some fantastic music, lots of good food and a visit with Santa, and then come on over!

Dec. 10, Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 2692 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH, 7 p.m. Book discussion. This event is a homecoming for me. I wrote A DEAD MAN’S EYES while living in Cincinnati, where our two youngest were born. I used to take the twins to this totally awesome independent bookstore while the older kids were in school. I am so excited to return as an author!