Sunday, April 7, 2013

Are you looking for us?


Due to the success of our last event, we now have our own URL!!!! Please update your bookmark.

To find out more information about the authors involved and to stay up-to-date, please visit us at

See you on the other side! :)

Did you know that there is less than one month until the next event?
Celebrate with a Book is counting down to the next event, scheduled for May 11, 2013 at Regency Square Mall from 10 A.M. until 4 P.M.

Monday, December 17, 2012

A Wonderful SUCCESS!!!

By Tina Glasneck

Thanks to everyone that showed up on the 15th. The "Celebrate with a Book" Author Book Fair was a success!

It was a complete pleasure for me to not only meet these amazing people, but to also have an opportunity to work with them. Our spirits were high and merry!

Below are some of the wonderful pictures featuring the authors at their tables.

Did you stop by the fair?

I hope you have enjoyed this adventure as much as I have, and that you've been able to discover many new authors and the wonderful tales that they weave.  Thank you for taking the time out to "Celebrate a Book" with us and may your holiday season be merry and bright.

Thursday, December 13, 2012

The Ten Second Commute

 The Ten Second Commute.
Jennifer Anne Gregory

As a freelance writer it’s a given I work from home, or, if I hitch a plane to England, my mother’s. Mostly my day goes a bit like this and I hope my publisher has suddenly lost the ability to read.
Plan to write.
Get dragged down the road by the Mastiff and Anatolian (dogs).
Respond to e-mails.
Plan to write.
Get dragged again.
Do laundry ‘coz being at home I see it pile up.
Eat lunch.
Plan some writing time.
Text, skype or call my mother to apologize for not texting, skyping or calling since the last time a full moon fell on the third Wednesday of the month.
Plan dinner.
Plan to write the next day.
Plan to convince those nearest and dearest that I do, in fact, have a job.

At some point a friend informs me via e-mail that I have it easy. Being a writer I must have lots of time on my hands.  She wishes she could just take ‘time off.’ Really?
Make that both of us.