Author to Author: Erica Ferencik & Hank Phillippi Ryan Talk Books!

Sunday, December 17, 1pm, Barnes & Noble, Framingham

Please join me as I sit down and talk books with this incredible woman!

HANK PHILLIPPI RYAN is the on-air investigative reporter for Boston’s WHDH-TV, winning 34 EMMYs and dozens more journalism honors. The bestselling author of nine mysteries, Ryan’s also an award-winner in her second profession—with five Agathas, two Anthonys, two Macavitys, the Daphne, and Mary Higgins Clark Award. Her books are Library Journal’s Best of 2014, 2015 and 2016, and SAY NO MORE is an Agatha, Daphne and Mary Higgins Clark Award nominee. Watch for TRUST ME coming in 2018.

Meet Framingham’s Authors at the Callahan Center

Monday, December 11, 1-2:30pm, Callahan Center, 535 Union Street, Framingham. Keynote Erica Ferencik will speak about: “Adventures That Spark Creative Writing.”

Framingham is rich with creative talent. Join us at this free event to learn about
some of the city’s most accomplished authors. The panel, moderated by
author Carol Lynn luck, will include Judy Cadorette, Rene Courneyer, Carrie H. Johnson, Pat Lavin & Laura Stagliola, Jane Whiting, and Laura Woollett.

Framingham Authors Literary Festival

Saturday, December 9, Framingham Public Library, 49 Lexington St., Framingham MA 01701. 10:00am-1:30pm.

Don’t miss this wonderful chance to hear half a dozen local authors speak! Books will be for sale.

Three Debut Novelists Talk Turkey

Thursday, November 16 @ 7pm

Talk: Sponsored by the Boston Author’s Club, with Annie Hartnett (Rabbit Cake, Tin House Books) and Kelly Ford (Cottonmouths, Skyhorse Publishing) at Newtonville Books, Newton

Behind every book on the shelf is its journey to publication; an odyssey often fraught with roller coaster drama, countless hours of work, and sometimes even joy. This program combines advice, experience, and humor from three local debut novelists. Please join us to hear Erica, Annie, and Kelly talk about their respective paths from dreaming of publication to holding the actual book in their hands.

Boston Book Festival

Saturday, October 28, 3-4pm

Panel: Reading Like a Writer, Boston Book Festival, Copley Square, Boston, MA.

This session will consist of three twenty-minute guided explorations of the work of authors whose recent fiction conjures up a particularly evocative sense of place: Brunonia Barry (The Fifth Petal, which is set in Salem), Jessie Chaffee (Florence in Ecstasy, set in Florence and Boston), and Erica Ferencik (The River at Night, set in the Maine wilderness). Our host is Henriette Lazaridis, whose novel The Clover House is set largely in Greece.