Events

 

Upcoming events in person and online.

Dallas Book Festival — April 29th — Dallas, TX

From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., come to the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library for the Dallas Book Festival. There will be talks and panels and author signings. (Watch the blog for more information as I have it.)

DFW Writers Conference — May 6 -7th — Dallas, TX

Coming up quick—the 10th Annual DFW Writers Conference. One of the largest multi-genre conferences in the Southwest, featuring classes, intensive workshops, panels, agent and editor pitch sessions, and fantastic keynote speakers. I’m teaching a couple of classes—there are more than 80 classes on all subject, for every stage of your writing career. You should check out the webpage for all the details. <–That’s the link.


I enjoy doing library and school visits and I speak frequently to writers groups (teens and adults). I’m also happy to do Skype or FaceTime visits, online Q&As, and so forth. Technology is a wonderful thing.  Just drop me a line (or if you’re a student, have your teacher or librarian do it).

 

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    1. I would love to Skype with you. I would even get dressed to do it. (Well, I might keep my pj pants on, but you won’t be able to tell.) Email me at rosemary @ readrosemary.com and we’ll set something up. 😀

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      1. Hello i would like to know if you could Skype with my book club i live in Irving Texas and we will be reading your book Texas Gothic and many more of your books and if you can please make your next Thursday available.

        here is my librarians E-Mail April Scott ascott@irvingisd.net please email her

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    1. I agree too, i have almost finished ‘The Splendour Falls’ and i absolutely love it! It would be awesome if you came to Australia 😀

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      1. I would LOVE to come to Australia someday! It is definitely on my wish list. And thank you so much for your kind words about The Splendour Falls. I had so much fun writing Sylvie’s story.

        PS I know it took me two whole months to answer this comment, but it slipped by me.

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  1. Dear Rosemary,

    A few years ago my library did a writers workshop and I loved it. Do you think you could work something out with my community library and do something like that for us. It would be a great honor to learn from you. Writing is my passion and I really want to get better at it, but there are not any opportunities in my tiny county.

    Thank-you,
    Paige

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    1. Hi Paige! I understand. And as it happens, I LOVE teaching writing workshops. I suggest finding out who coordinates the community events at your library and tell them your interest. (It might help if you do a little groundwork and think about who else would be interested, too–high school writing teachers, and so on.) I’ll be happy to work with your library.

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  2. Rosemary,

    Hi! This is Eric with the Mary Lib Saleh Euless Public Library and I’ve tried to contact you with the e-mail address that Lacey has on file for you, but it keeps coming back as undelivered. I was trying to contact you in regard to a couple of events the library is having. Would you please contact me back at eterry@eulesstx.gov? Many thanks in advance! -Eric

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