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My 2012 Baltimore Book Festival Schedule

It’s the time of year again — can you believe it? Yes, ladies and gentlemen, it’s time for the 2012 Baltimore Book Festival! (Sept. 28-30)

I will be making appearances on Saturday and Sunday at both the Maryland Romance Writers Stage and the Science Fiction Writers of America tent. The festival is free to the pubic (though you’ll probably have to pay to park somewhere). There WILL be books for sale. Come see me!

Saturday, September 29

Time: 12:00pm
Panel: TRENDS AND READINGS IN YOUNG ADULT ROMANCE
Location: Maryland Romance Writers Stage
Panelists: Jennifer L. Armentrout, Em Gardner, Alethea Kontis, Lea Nolan, Leanna Renee Hieber
Summary: Authors will talk about what’s hot in young adult romantic fiction and share readings from their latest works.

 

Sunday, September 30

Time: 1:00pm
Panel: WHERE DID THAT COME FROM?
Location: SFWA Tent
Panelists: Don Sakers, Sara Beth Durst, Richard White, Jack McDevitt
Summary: Authors share inspirations for plots, characters, and settings. Nothing is too bizarre to discuss!

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Time: 5:00pm
Panel: MAKING OLD STORIES NEW
Location: Maryland Romance Writers Stage
Panelists: Kate Dolan, Natalie Damschroder, Stephanie Dray (Stephanie Draven), Laura Kaye, Alethea Kontis, Leanna Renee Hieber
Summary: Authors will talk about how to create engaging fiction based on fairy tales, folklore, mythology, and history, and how to make those old stories new, fresh, and exciting.

3 Responses to “My 2012 Baltimore Book Festival Schedule”

  1. Lady Hannah of New England Says:

    Where is this? Maryland? What is the furthest state you’ve been to?

  2. Princess Alethea Says:

    Yes, Baltimore, Maryland. Furthest state from where? I’ve been to Oregon and California, Maine and Florida. I’ve also been to England and Greece and France and Germany and Belgium…and stuff. 🙂

  3. Lady Hannah of New England Says:

    My, you’ve been all over the place! That must be so fun! Do you find it enjoyable or is it tiring after a while going on book tours as an author? To somebody who can only dream of getting a book published it sounds like a fairytale…

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