Events & Author Appearances

   2017 conferences, signings, appearances. Come meet me!

My 2017 book events

Chapter Con, August 25 & 26

Come to London and attend a book event set in a beautiful university that looks like a castle!

I will sign books at Chapter Con UK, August 25 & 26 – The event is in the Teddington area near London & features many exciting international indie authors! If you want to reserve my books my Pre-order form is here.

Conference Description
Join us in the beautiful surroundings of St. Mary’s University and Strawberry Hill house for an intimate two-day reader, author and blogger conference, including a public Saturday signing event.

Whether you are a best-selling established author, an aspiring author, a blogger, a reader, a publisher or a book seller, we would like to invite you to Chapter.Con; one of the U.K’s very first conventions of its kind designed to connect, educate and inspire.

​With a series of panels hosted by some of the world’s most experienced and best-selling, trail-blazing authors, two inspirational key note speakers, business consultancy workshops, mindfulness seminars, and branding analysis services, Chapter.Con is far more than a literary festival; it’s home, family and mentorship. Chapter.Con is a chance to exchange ideas with fellow authors, giving you the time, space and forum to create a vibrant and co-operative community.

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I am signing books at the Wine N Sign Next Chapter Boutique Author Event in NYC, Saturday, Sept. 9 from 3 to 5 pm!

Come hobnob with these amazing authors and hang out on the newly refurbished Delancey Hotel roof deck. Enjoy this private, exclusive party, sip drinks and nab some signed books! 

The event is limited to 200. Tickets are $15.

About 170 tickets remain as of now, so grab yours asap right here.

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I will sign books at NCTE in Saint Louis, Missouri in November. Details TK.

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  1. Catherine Stine’s workshops and classes take the aspiring writer into the real world of publishing. Her nuts and bolts approach and ever expanding view of the marketplace is bolstered by her keen eye as a visual artist and prolific writer. I always learn something new from Catherine! Sheila Lewis, critique group member, writer of middle grade fiction.

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