I always look forward to meeting my readers - virtually and in person. At present, I am especially looking forward to working with students in grades 4-6 who have read or want to read my upcoming middle-grade novel, Chester and the Magic 8 Ball.
In addition to public events, I am also available for virtual or in-person visits with your book club. Use the form on my Contact page to reach out to discuss possibilities, your ideas, and your budget.
For Chester and the Magic 8 Ball:
As a former teacher and school principal, I enjoy working with students of all ages. My presentations are interactive, fun, informative, curriculum-based, and inspirational. I am scheduling classroom and grade-level visits for spring 2023. Please use the Contact page to connect.
For The Surrogate:
My experiences as an educator and writer include many topics that might be of interest to your group or organization, including:
Gun violence in America and what we can do about it
The role of public education in helping troubled children and families
Finding your courage and your voice as a writer
The writing journey: A long and winding road
Writing a legacy book for your family
And of course, her debut novel, The Surrogate
If you are interested in putting together an event with me, use the Contact page to connect.
March 4, 2023
Author Visit, Avon Public Library, 1:00 - 2:30 pm
Former teacher/principal, Lynn Katz, explores the magic of the writing process and how her own toothless rescue dog inspired a middle-grade story of persistence and probability, Chester and the Magic 8 Ball. More info.
February 1, 2023
World Read Aloud Day
Looking forward to virtual celebrations of World Read Aloud Day with readers and educators far from home:
5th-grade classes in Goleta Union Elementary School, in Santa Barbara, California
4th and 5th-grade classes in Lula Belle Goodman Elementary, in Fresno, Texas