I've had the great pleasure to interview on podcasts, speak at a numerous book clubs, museums, and libraries. I speak about the writing process, research and my historical novels the Durant Family Saga series. A Gilded Age family drama which follows the lives of the Durants from the Adirondack Wilderness, to New York City, and England.
I also give talks about the ecology of the Finger Lakes region and the inspiration for my novel Ephemeral Summer. A coming of age love story which follows a woman scientist from the shores of Canandaigua Lake to Lake Erie and tracking moose in Algonquin Provincial Park.
Contact me for a book signing, to speak or Zoom, Skype at your event/webinar.
May 15th and 22, 2019 10-11 am - Skaneateles Library - Speaking to BookWomen - BooksAFoot Travelers about the Finger Lakes region and my book Ephemeral Summer
Free and open to the public.
July 7-14th, 2019 Forever Wild National Endowment for the Arts Landmarks and Culture Event for Teachers (Teachers recieve a stipend for attending)
July 24th - 6-7:30 pm - Sodus Bay Lighthouse Museum
History Alive Series - Book signing and talk
Roads Scholar Program - Great Camp Sagamore - July-October
Annual Conference, Association of Public Historians NYS September 11, 2019. Albany, NY
CNY Literary Festival - October 4th Reading @6:30 pm Dewitt Library
Researching NY Annual Conference University of Albany Nov 21-23, 2019