Paddy Eger Book Events
NEW RELEASE: Tasman- An Innocent Convicts Struggle for Freedom
This historical fiction adventure story is complete and about to be released. Follow my social media.
Watch for more upcoming dates to meet, chat, and connect to learn more about this new novel!
March 15 Edmonds Bookshop 5-8 PM
It’s time to Celebrate!
The ballet-themed trilogy is complete.
When the Music Stops- Dance On
Letters to Follow-A Dancer’s Adventure
** Schedule an Evening with the Author via Skype Event or in person. I‘ll share fun activities and special prizes.
Contact me: Paddy@PaddyEger.com or at 425-420-5161
2017 Events for Letters to Follow included:
Edmonds Bookshop, 111 5th Avenue S., Edmonds WA 98020
Third Place Books, 17171 Bothell Way N.E., Lake Forest Park, WA
University of Washington bookstore in Towne Square, Mill Creek, WA
Chateau Pacific Retirement Community, Mukilteo, WA
Book clubs and online chats
(During my book events we talk about the characters, I read a bit and answer guest questions. I also bring along prizes and free gifts for attendees.)
Remember to dance like there is no tomorrow!
Other Writing News & Proposed Events
I will gladly continue to meet with interested educators, parent groups, volunteers, and childcare organizations to share ideas from my materials that will assist them in providing support for students:
Educating America: 101 Strategies for Adult Assistants in K-8 Classrooms
Educating America Desktop Flipbook
Contact your favorite bookstore or order online from my website: Paddy@PaddyEger.com
Other educational materials available for events and classes include the following. They are only available through Paddy@PaddyEger.com
Educating America Workbook: Getting Started: A Teacher’s Planning Guide for Including Adult Assistants
Educating America Student Responsibilities Cards
Volunteer Tool Pouches
Sonnets for Ambrosia, the 100-year old love poems written by Paddy’s grandfather and compiled by Paddy, is now available through Paddy@paddyeger.com or by visiting Third Place Books. I will gladly meet with groups to share the poems and discuss the poet.