Huntington Station, NY
Who recommended you to Book Town? What do you hope to get out of Book Town?
Book Town sounds like a great place to learn about books and promote my own.
What is your trade? Author? Publicist? Book Blogger?
What genre of books have you written?
paranormals and cozy mysteries
Title of your novels
Sketch Me If You Can, To Sketch a Thief, Sketch a Falling Star, Sketcher in the Rye,Alibis and Amethysts (all published by Berkley),For Everything a Season (originally published by PocketBooks and condensed by Redbook magazine,under the title GhostFire. I've just re-released it on KDP), The Godchildren and The Portal, both older titles.
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Short Description of Your Novel
For Everything a Season: Not all the witch trials took place in Salem. And there are people in nearby Rachael Crossing who believe the abandoned old house in their midst has roots going back to those awful times. Determined not to be spooked by vague rumors, Deborah Colby leases that house for the summer and when she meets Ethan Burke, she's certain she's exactly where she's meant to be. But will she live to regret it?
Please give a short Author's Bio (please limit to 250 words)
Sharon describes her writing career as having two stages. Back in the dark ages, before computers were in every household, she had three paranormal books published. The first one was condensed by Redbook Magazine, the first paperback original they had ever condensed. She has just re-released that book under the title FOR EVERYTHING A SEASON. Then life brought her an unexpected challenge, by the name of breast cancer. After treatment she became a volunteer for the American Cancer Society's Reach to Recovery Program and went on to be the program's coordinator for Nassau and Suffolk Counties on Long Island. Several years later, with the help of her surgical oncologist and two other survivors, she started a not-for-profit organization to provide information and peer support to newly diagnosed breast cancer patients. Once the organization didn't require as much of her time, she returned to her first love - writing. During this second stage of her career, she's been writing cozy mysteries with a paranormal twist. She's also one of the thirty, cozy mystery authors who blog monthly on Killer Characters. To learn more about her and her books, you can visit her website: http://sharonpape.com or her Amazon page: http://goo.gl/vKb3cZ
Type of Books you like to read
Mystery, Sci fi, Drama, Horror