Broomfield, Colorado is the place to be if you want to meet three dynamic writers and local artists!
Carra Riley will be interviewing three local authors, Shay Fabbro, Penny Holguin and j.a. kazimer LIVE on blogtalkradio at Calico Book store in Broomfield, Colorado, Saturday June, 25 2011 from noon to 2.
Becky Chapin, Manager of the “Green Book Store” will be sharing some of the great features her store offers readers.
- Trading Books for Store Credit
- Large Selection of Used Books (over 18,000)
- Growing Selection of Local Author Books
- Book Ordering : Hard-to-Find, Out-of-Print, and New Books
- Watch/Reserve List
- Book-Signings by Local Authors
- New Book/Author Suggestions
- Friendly Conversation
- Free Coffee
If you ever have thought about writing a book and wondering how the process works, you will not want to miss this event either LIVE in Broomfiled Colorado on on the blogtalkradio network. We will be talking about the following concepts with all the authors:
- How they got started
- What is writing like mixed with life in general
- Where does writing inspiration come from
- What is it like to get a publisher or self publish
- What is the marketing of the book like
- What part does social media play in the marketing of a book or blog
- What advise do they have for someone wanting to write a book
Meet the authors!
Shay Fabbro is a native Coloradoan, currently living in Grand Junction with her husband, Rich, and their two cats. This high-energy author will talk about how her scifi/fantasy books: Portals of Destiny and Adventures of Alexis Davenport and how they evolved.
She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Biology from Mesa State College before earning her doctorate degree in Human Medical Genetics from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora, CO. While hard at work on her PhD, Shay had a series of dreams that continued to haunt her even during the light of day. The idea for a series of science fiction/fantasy novels began to take shape. Hold on to your seat when listening to her describe her journey!
Finalist in the Indie Excellence 2011 Book Awards
The Mekan hoard threatens all life in the galaxy and only the Chosen, a select group chosen by fate,
can fight these metal monstrosities and save those that call this galaxy home. But when one of the Chosen is murdered, the untimely death could spell doom for all.
This series will bring the reader face-to-face with an age-old question: How much of our lives.
Alexis Davenport wants to go home. She hates her new school, her mother for moving her away from her friends, living in her aunt’s guesthouse, and her father for walking out.
To make matters worse, Alex is haunted by the images of strange girls reflected in her mirror. It is bad enough juggling homework, a relentless bully, boys, and a deadbeat dad.
Now, she must save the world from an evil presence hell-bent on changing the past–and our futures. Who knew her A+ in history was going to be this important?
Meet j.a. kazimer at the Sizzling-Summer-Book Signing Bonanza at Calico Books.
She will be talking about her Good Reads Giveaway!
Originally from Cleveland, Ohio, j.a. escaped at a young age, and now lives and writes in Denver, Colorado. Books include, The Junkie Tales (Obscure Publishing, 2010), Stolen Kidneys, Dead Hookers &; Other Nursery Crimes (Obscure Publishing, 2010), &; The Body Dwellers (Solstice Publishing, 2011). Forthcoming books include, CURSES! A F**ked Up Fairytale (Kensington, March 2012) &; Holy Socks and Dirtier Demons (Champagne Books, Spring 2012).
j.a. kazimer holds a master’s degree in forensic psychology, and has worked as a PI, bartender, and most recently at the Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poetics.
Children’s author, Penny Holguin speaks to educators, parent groups and others about the escalating tide of bullying (which begins in preschool!). She addresses the neurology of learning and how simple acts of kindness taught repetitively and rewarded publicly can make huge shifts in behavior that have a transforming impact on young children.
Penny’s children’s picture book ‘Sarah O’Hara ~ Gift of the Fairy Wings’ has won three national awards. She was inspired to write it because her ADHD daughter had difficulty picking up on social cues. A background in visual arts, aided by Penny’s understanding that lessons told through story and character are a much more effective way of teaching children, helped bring her book to life. It’s about Sarah O’Hara, who receives a pair of fairy wings for her birthday. She’s anything but a princess when she bullies her classmate. Ultimately Sarah discovers the most important gift of all; that it takes more than a pair of fairy wings to be a real princess.
Penny Holguin lives with her husband and two children in Denver Colorado.
“Sarah O’Hara Gift of the Fairy Wings”;
Publisher, Charmers Press
Facebook – Penny Eisenoff Holguin
Twitter – @pennyholguin
Listen or call 347-994-1903 on June 25, 2011 noon to 2 for LIVE blogtalkradio or come in person to Calico Books 300 Nickel St. Broomfiled, Colorado and meet the authors, book store owner Becky Chapin and local artists! If you have ever wanted to write a book this is the show to listen to!
Meet the authors up close and personal!
Books@CalicoBooks.com300 Nickel Street, Broomfield, CO 80020 303-438-1111