Marketing Representative at The Write Stuff Conference, March 21st-23rd, 2019
Rosemont College Writer’s Studio Spring 2019 craft sessions
Teaching about creating author school visits at NJ’s Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators Annual Conference, June 1-2, 2019
Teaching How to Harness Your Inner Child for MG and YA at Philadelphia Writer’s Conference, Philly, PA, June 7th-9th, 2019
See a sampling of Craft & Marketing Talks Donna offers.
Radio interview with Authors on the Air, Global Radio Network.
Radio interview with Young Adult Cafe Global Radio Network
Interview with Philadelphia Writers’ Conference.
My session with the Indie Author Fringe Festival on 5 steps To Building A Successful Author Platform Before you Publish
Reddit AMA Live Q&A
Check out my author YouTube Channel!
What workshop attendees are saying:
“I recently took your class 5 Things to do Before a Book Deal at The Doylestown Bookshop. Your presentation style was energetic and inviting. The workshop was truly fantastic! You’ve got so many insights that are invaluable to writers and hopeful authors-to-be. It was a joy to benefit from your passion for writing and for helping other authors be successful! To writers: don’t miss Donna’s class!” Christa Tinari, national speaker and author of Create a Culture of Kindness in Middle School, www.peacepraxis.com
ARTICLES & INTERVIEWS:
Building Suspense: Meeting Your Readers in the Middle
Letting Go: In Writing and in Life on Writers In The Storm
Writing for Children: Finding Your Childlike Wonder
Build your author life before your book release
Interview on the Big Thrill: Fresh Insight into Writing Thrillers for Kids
Interview on The Secret Files of Fairday Morrow
Evolution of a Writing Process
Interview on Laurie’s Book Blog
Writing Scary for Kids with Kid Thrillers
6 Questions: An Author Spotlight on YA Fest Junior
8 Steps to an Agent, a Publisher, and a 2-Book Deal
6 Things I’ve Learned from My Editor in
Writing a Children’s Book
Thoughts with Project Middle Grade Mayhem on Writing Middle Grade
Getting Your Manuscript Past the Gatekeepers on Literary Rambles