Friday, July 11, 2014

JMR To Read With The Fictioneers At Claymont Library

Please Join Me for an Evening of Literary Entertainment

On Thursday evening, July 17, 2014 at 6 p.m. I will be at Claymont Public Library with the Fictioneers. We will be reading from SOMEONE WICKED: A WRITTEN REMAINS ANTHOLOGY (Smart Rhino Publications, 2013).

Gail Husch reading "Reckonings" (full story)
Maria Masington reading from "Impresario" (excerpt)
Patrick Derrickson reading "The Next King" (excerpt)
JM Reinbold reading from "Missing" (excerpt)

The reading will be followed by a panel discussion with the authors
about the anthology and writing in general.

Signed copies of Someone Wicked will be available to purchase.

Light refreshments.

Since its publication in November 2013, Someone Wicked: A Written Remains Anthology has been highly praised by readers and reviewers for its concept, diversity, and quality of writing, as well as garnering a multitude of 4 and 5 star ratings on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

If you'd like to read the stories in advance for the panel discussion, Someone Wicked is available in both Kindle and trade paperback from Amazon.

Trade paperback copies of Someone Wicked are available locally at these stores:

The Hockessin Book Shelf, 7175 Lancaster Pike, Hockessin, DE 19707

2nd & Charles, 101 Geoffrey Dr, Newark, DE 19713

My story, "Missing" an uncozy, Britcrime mystery was praised by one reader as "... a great story. Better than any episode of Law & Order I've ever seen." (from a review on Barnes & Noble)

Original art collectible story postcards for "Missing"
 will be available to members of the audience at the event. 

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Get Out & Write! With JM Reinbold | Saturday, March 22, 2014

JM Reinbold is the Director of The Written Remains Writers Guild and the co-editor of Someone Wicked: A Written Remains Anthology. Joanne will begin the program with a talk about her story "Missing" in Someone Wicked. She will also talk about writing in the Uncozy Britcrime Whodunit sub-genre, writing for an anthology from an editor's perspective, and putting together an anthology from concept to publication.

Following the author talk there will be a short Q & A before beginning our free-writing time. Participants may write to guided prompts provided by the featured author or work on their own projects.

A social time follows the free-write where participants can talk with Joanne and each other.

Paper copies of Someone Wicked: A Written Remains Anthology will be available for purchase.

In conjunction with this event, beginning Friday, March 21 through Monday, March 24, you can download SOMEONE WICKED: A WRITTEN REMAINS ANTHOLOGY for FREE FOR KINDLE from Amazon! 

Seating is limited. Please call the Hockessin Library at 239-5160 to register.