All posts tagged: Book Event

Jillian Maas Backman April 13 Author Event: Barnes and Noble, Davenport, Iowa

“A Conversation With Jillian” Friday April 13, 2012 6:30 PM Barnes and Noble, Davenport, Iowa One of the most popular books on the shelves this year is Beyond the Pews: Breaking with Tradition and Letting Go of Religious Lockdown, written as an “interactive biography” of author Jillian Maas Backman, but also offering worksheets and lessons for the reader to follow along and improve their personal relationship with God. Jillian Maas Backman and Beyond the Pews has been to Kansas City, San Antonio, Milwaukee and beyond holding personal “Conversations with Jillian” events to very diverse audiences. Her unique book and her intuitive abilities have given her work a reflection on the deepest questions of life. Readers not only learn about the author and her abilities, but go beyond to fulfill their own soulful actions. “Conversations with Jillian” allows attendees to ask questions of the author in an informal, casual, enlightened atmosphere  which tends to bring about a flow of energy, and the opportunity to have the author sign a book with a personalized message. Change Already! Your …

Dennis McDougal Invited to West Hollywood Book Fair Oct 2

Each Fall, the West Hollywood Book Fair presents more than 300 novelists, journalists, poets and other writers from Southern California and beyond in panels, readings, and other special appearances. The 10th annual West Hollywood Book Fair will be held on Sunday, October 2 in West Hollywood Park, 647 N. San Vicente Blvd., following the official opening of the park’s new West Hollywood Library the previous day. The city expects more than 25,000 visitors to attend. Dennis McDougal Dennis McDougal, award winning journalist and author, is attending the 10th annual affair, and will be participating at the Mystery & Suspense Pavillion panel discussion. McDougal has lectured in journalism and creative writing at UCLA, Stanford, and the California State Universities at Fullerton and Long Beach, as well as writing several true crime books, biographies and his first novel, THE CANDLESTICKMAKER (Rosebud Publishing). A frequent contributor to TV Guide through the 1990s, his last story for the magazine was the murderous saga of actor Robert Blake and his late porn queen wife Bonny Lee Bakley. McDougal and co-author Mary Murphy turned that story into the bestseller …