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Author Meet and Greet (Virtual)

USA Today bestselling author and Long Island native Jeannie Moon recently released her latest novel, Christmas in Angel Harbor. Jeannie writes fiction for women, offering them motivation to succeed in life. She will talk about her books, writing process and how to succeed as a creative and professional female. No registration required. This program will be available on Zoom (check the link for details) and will be shared on The Smithtown Library’s Facebook page.

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Tea Time with Romance Authors

If one romance author is fun, can you imagine four of them in one place? Jeannie, along with Deborah Garland, Lauren Rico and Jennifer Gracen will be talking about the genre, the writing process, finding inspiration, and why love stories are more important now than ever.

Books will be available for signing.

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Author Talk at The Smithtown Library

Join Jeannie for a talk about the romance writing life, just in time for Valentine’s Day! Writing in the world’s most popular genre certainly has its ups and down, but the happily ever after is the thing. Discuss what makes romance so popular, and how Jeannie has brought her own experiences growing up on Long Island to her stories. Registration is requested.

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Author Meet and Greet

Come meet Jeannie for a discussion about writing, publishing and genre at the Oceanside Library’s Author Spotlight. Refreshments will be served…shenanigans will ensue.

Please check out the library website for information.

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Paths to Publication

Jeannie, a school librarian by day, and an established author by night, will be joining patrons at the John Jermaine Memorial Library in Sag Harbor for a talk about writing, and publishing.  Join us to hear Jeannie discuss the different paths to publication, including tools to help your productivity and process. Books will be available for sale & inscription. Registration required, limit 40.

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