Clarice James

Smart, Fun, Relatable Fiction

Events

CLARICE G. JAMES — AUTHOR TALKS & BOOK SIGNINGS
  • 2019 Tuesday, April 23 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm: The North Barn Presents at Hudson Senior Center, 19 Kimball Hill Road, Hudson, NH: Lessons Learned Through Fiction.
  • 2019 New Date to Be Announced: Plymouth Center for Active Living, 44 Nook Road, Plymouth, MA. Topics: Lessons Learned on the Way to Publication 
NEW ENGLAND CHRISTIAN AUTHORS ROUNDTABLES

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All Roundtables include free admission, multiple and various published authors, discussion on writing processes and featured books, Q&A session, autographed books available for purchase, and light refreshments.

  • 2018 Saturday, December 15 from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm:  Hooksett Library, 31 Mount St. Mary’s Way, Hooksett, NH. Authors: Clarice G. James, Linda Shenton Matchett, V. Joy Palmer, Killarney Traynor, and Konnie Viner. 
  • 2019 Saturday, January 12 from 1:00 pm to 3:30 pm: Southern New England Ministry Network of the Assemblies of God, 307 Sturbridge Road, Charlton, MA. Authors (to be confirmed): Clarice G. James, Jeremiah Peters, Lori Roeleveld, Forshia Ross, and Catrina Welch.
  • 2019 New Date to be Announced:  Heritage Christian Church, 655 Boxberry Hill Road, East Falmouth, MA on Cape Cod. Authors: Heidi Chiavaroli, Clarice G. James, Carrie Lighte, Lori Roeleveld, and Catrina Welch.  

*If you’d like to host a New England Christian Authors Round Table in your town, email me at cjamesclaricejames.com.

LESSONS LEARNED ON THE WAY TO PUBLICATION WORKSHOPS:  
  1. Determining your target audience (people and people groups)
  2. Building your platform
  3. Being professional even before you’re published
  4. Finding the right professionals: editor, agent, and publisher
  5. Things to do before you submit a manuscript to an agent or publisher
  6. What to include in a book proposal
  7. Reasons why your submission may have been rejected
  8. Pros of self-publishing and pros of traditional publishing
  9. Marketing your books
  10. Top resource books for writers

The authors on the panel will have copies of our books available for purchase (which they will sign). We’ll also have some pre-signed gift-wrapped copies available.  Yes, credit cards are accepted.

If you or your group would like to hold an individual author event, these types of venues are an ideal fit:
  • Book Clubs: If your local book club selects one of my books, I’ll join you in person or via video chat to discuss it.
  • Bookstores: I love small, locally owned bookstores.
  • Cafés & Coffee Houses: Chatting about writing and publishing is always better over coffee.
  • Family Style Restaurants: I’ll be happy to set up a table in the corner, the foyer, or  in a private room.
  • Ladies Church Groups: My books, Party of One, Double Header, and Manhattan Grace are written from a women’s perspective for women. Themes include forgiveness, grief, loneliness, surrender,  and discerning God’s purpose for your life. I’d be pleased to speak on those topics.
  • Libraries: Looking for an author event for your library? Call me. My author friends and I have done this before.
  • Private Homes: (Invitation-Only) Local Author-in-the-House home parties are fun and more personal. This venue gives readers and authors the chance to get to know one another better.
Contact Information: 

Land Line: 603-578-1860

Cell or Text: 603-689-8945

Email: cjames@claricejames.com

Mailing Address: 3 Logan Court, Hudson, NH 03051.

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