Jaimie Engle to Appear at Read It, Write It Book and Writing Festival in February
Boynton Beach, FL, February 2022 – The Read It, Write It Book and Writing Festival welcomes guest author Jaimie Engle to participate in their writing panels to share her love of writing with the community. The first-ever Read It Write It Book Festival is coming to Boynton Beach on Saturday, February 26 from 11am – 6pm. Located at the Boynton Beach Mall at 801 N Congress Ave Ste 295, Boynton Beach, FL 33426.
Engle recently spoke virtually to the Trinity Preparatory School’s Author Festival.
“Attending reading and writing festivals, such as Read It, Write It, is one of the many perks that come with being an author. Sharing my love of writing as well as the journey I’ve taken in order to get where I am today, with the community who has supported me along the way, really gives me an appreciation of what I do!” shared Engle, who will be speaking on a panel during the Read It, Write It Festival.
Engle has recently added writing comics to her resume, with her first limited edition series releasing through Blood Moon Comics in July 2022.
“I’m getting excited for Read It Write It,” shared Heidi Hess, the festival organizer. “It’s a celebration of all things books – Novice/ experienced, adult/child authors come together with local readers to celebrate literacy!”
The Read It Write It festival is a family-friendly event that is free to attend. Engle will be signing books and interacting with guests all day! For more information, visit https://www.heidicreates.net/events
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SYNOPSIS: A distraught woman visits a quirky therapist after she discovers her boyfriend is cheating. She’s given an experimental drug which accidentally causes her to be able to see more than she wants about everyone’s sexual history.
Learn all about the filmmakers HERE and Congratulations to everyone involved!
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In one week, Jaimie Engle will be speaking at the One Senior Place on Monday, October 18th from 10am-12pm. She will be discussing her novel, “Write a Book that Doesn’t Suck” as well as her first experiences while writing. Make sure to RSVP for the event at (321) 751-6771. See you there!
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Register for this event through the calendar feature at HCPLC.org and attend for a chance to win a free book!
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Writers and readers come together online for a day of free literary growth at the third annual “Tell Your Story. It’s Your Write!” from 10AM to 5PM on Saturday, March 27th presented by the North Regional/Broward College Library.The expo offers literary enrichment, industry insight and motivation for writers from successfully published, award-winning authors via author-led workshops and panel discussions. Participants include New York Times bestselling authors Craig Pittman and Diane A.S. Stuckart and award-winning authors Jaimie Engle, Elisa Albo and Cheryl Hollon.
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Get lost in the mystery of GHOST DOG, book one in the exciting new series by Jaimie Engle, PETS OF ELSEWHERE.
Enter to win 1 of 3 signed paperbacks on Goodreads!
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PETS OF ELSEWHERE is a haunting middle grade thriller that blends elements of Pet Sematary with The House on Haunted Hill for kids who have outgrown Goosebumps and become die-hard fans of Supernatural.
The Florida Literacy Association is excited to provide our “members only” virtual professional development series. We’re looking forward to a great session with Jaimie Engle on February 16th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Eastern Time. We hope you’ll join us!
I will be speaking at the 2021 FLA Convention On 2-16-2021 From 6:30pm to 7:30pm. on Finding YOUR Voice, based on my Florida Sunshine State nominated book “Metal Mouth”
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Trinity Preparatory School’s sixth annual Author Festival is on Friday, Feb. 5, 2021, and this year it is VIRTUAL!The event is FREE and open to the public. I am so proud to be among the 44 YA, Middle Grade, and Picture Book authors scheduled to attend, among seven NY Times bestsellers. Event planners, Reba Gordon, Director of the Rich Library, and English 8 & YA Lit Teacher, Georgia Parker, have live Keynote speakers and multiple pre-recorded author panels planned for even greater flexibility for readers.
To support the continuation of the Author Fest and the authors who have volunteered their time to be here, we encourage all attendees to purchase books from our independent bookseller, Kizzy’s Books & More. See the full catalog! You can also order signed books DIRECTLY FROM THE AUTHOR.
I will be speaking on several topics:
Middle Grade Mystery at 10am- 10:45am World Building at 11am-11:45am and Magical Fairy Tales at 1pm – 1:45pm
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Stop by and pick up some JME Books, mention this post, and grab your FREE gift. Books make the perfect Christmas gifts for the whole family! Over 100 vendors inside and out, free admission & free parking, free train ride, Ice sisters pictures in carriage, make and take ornaments, and 400 free totes giveaway!
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