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Author Meet and Greet

Want to chat with an author? I’m available for Q and A sessions or to talk about my books, writing or genre fiction in general. I can gear programs for adults, teens (I have 35 years of experience as an educator), or both! Please reach out if you would like to talk about scheduling a virtual visit.

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Hometown Stories: Long Island as Inspiration

This library program is suitable for patrons over age 13.

Take a trip around Long Island, and find out why USA Today bestselling author, Jeannie Moon, brought the charm of the small towns and communities where she grew up into her award-winning stories. Visit coastal hamlets on the North Shore, quirky downtowns, farms, vineyards and ocean beaches, and discover how the unique makeup of our island home allowed Jeannie to create settings that are the perfect places to set down her characters.

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Romance 101: Not Your Mama’s Bodice Ripper

This library program is suitable for patrons age 18 and over. 

People are often put off by dated, and stereotypic, perceptions of romance novels. Join award winning, USA Today bestselling author Jeannie Moon for a frank discussion about the current realities of the world’s most popular genre and why readers can never seem to get enough.

Delve into the history of romance, all the way back to the scribbling women of the early 19th century,

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Journeys Old and New

Join Jeannie for a discussion about the power of the happily ever after. Drawing inspiration from her Long Island roots for her most recent series, Jeannie is a firm believer in the positive influence of romance novels. She will talk about how the genre can empower both readers and writers, and the part it has played in her journey to success as an author. Join us for a fascinating look at a genre that has been too often dismissed or overlooked and find out how the stories,

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Finding Your Inner Creative

When Jeannie Moon was a young, working mom, she lost herself in romance novels as a way to escape the stress of her job, and her demanding family life. Falling into the pages of a good book, with hope as the central theme, Jeannie let the words carry her away.

Often maligned as fluff, or trash, the Romance genre is written primarily by women, for women, and outsells all other genres combined. Now the published author of fifteen contemporary romances,

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