In celebration of Small Business Saturday, November 30th, Sharon will be signing at Authorpalooza, an event sponsored by Dog-Eared Pages Used Books in Phoenix, AZ. The event starts at 2pm, and features additional Brick Cave Books Authors J.A. Giunta, Jenn Czep and Patti Hultstrand. Additional authors include Alan Black, Bill Lamperes, Thomas J Morrow, Kris Tualla, Danell Lynn and others.
Sharon will have copies of all her books available for purchase and signing.
Dog-Eared Pages Used Books
16428 N. 32nd Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85032
Store Phone 602-283-5423
Join author Sharon Skinner as she is a guest of the TusCon 40 convention November 8-10, 2013.
Sharon’s tentative schedule is listed below. Tuscon maintains a relaxed, friendly atmosphere surrounding three days of fascinating events and up close and personal discussions with some of today’s finest Sci Fi , Fantasy and horror creators.
As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month (October)
Sharon Skinner, Author of The Healer’s Legacy, will appear for a signing and talk Saturday, October 19th 1p-3p.
Bookmans Entertainment Exchange,1056 S Country Club Dr, Mesa, Arizona 85210
Sharon will be available to discuss the importance of awareness regarding domestic violence and how it has manifested itself in fiction literature. She will have copies of her novels available for purchase and signing as well.
The Healer’s Legacy
ISBN: 978-1-938190-02-5 | Y/A Crossover
Orphaned by war, haunted by unknown origins, and chased by a warlord and his army of brutal soldiers. KIRA is a young woman with a secret. She can psychically communicate with animals. She is also on the run from her abusive mate Toril, the hero turned warlord, who led the country’s forces to victory against the outland raiders. Only that was before his love of power consumed him. Now, his only focus is on tracking down Kira and making her punishment an example of his power.
Learn more about Domestic Violence at the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence: http://www.ncadv.org/
Join author Sharon Skinner at Dog-Eared Pages Bookstore in Phoenix for an informal and informative writing session as a part of the stores regular Friday Night Writes program.
What does it take to make your villains/antagonists so real, your reader will hate them? Discussion will focus on methods for creating believable villains and antagonists, including developing the character traits and motivations that drive drive them.
More information on Dog-Eared pages Used Books: http://www.dogearedpagesusedbooks.com/
Friday, August 30th, 5:30p-7p
Dog-Eared Pages Used Books
16428 N. 32nd Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85032
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