Gigs and Blog Tours
Sharon A’s Gigs
Note: More Gigs in the works in the next few months. Stay tuned as details become available. Meantime, here’s what is scheduled. Note the WEN engagement was changed from April 15 because of public transportation problems to get there.
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Sharon A. Crawford is one of the authors reading at a Canadian Authors Association Toronto Author reading. Sharon will read short excerpts from her Beyond mystery books. Come and meet Sharon and other authors. Open to the public and CAA Toronto welcomes new author members – published or unpublished.
For event information go to the branch Facebook Page
CAA Toronto Branch info go to the soon-to-be-updated branch page
Event Location: Annette Public Library, 145 Annette St. (near Keele St.), Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Time and Date: 6.15 p.m. to 8.15 p.m.. April 4, 2017
Saturday, October 21, 2017
Sharon A. is guest speaker at WEN Networking Breakfast
Sharon will be guest speaker at the Writers and Editors Network (WEN) monthly networking breakfast. After breakfast, Sharon will talk about Creating Characters and Dialogue in Fiction using her short story collection Beyond the Tripping Point. She will also have copies of Beyond Blood and Beyond the Tripping Point to sell.
More gigs in the works. Stay tuned. Meantime, I’ve been channeling Dana Bowman, one of the main characters in Beyond Blood. See below for some of them.
Memorable book tours and presentation – some with Dana Bowman:
Guest spot at Blue Denim Press Book Launch for Shane Joseph and Christopher Canniff, November 21, 2015
Inspire Book Fair, Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Nov. 15 and 16, 2014
Sharon A’s Blog Tours:
January 2, 2015
Mystery/Suspense/Romance author Rene Natan interviews Sharon A. on Scribd
February 6, 2015
The Horror in Crime Fiction, posted on horror novelist Alex Laybourne’s blog
March 9, 2015
Get a Room: the Ultimate Author Reader Relationship posted on writer Shannon A. Thompson’s blog.
Honorable Mention in Blogs:
On the Road Again with Rosemary McCracken and Nate Hendley. See Rosemary’s blog Moving Target about it at
The Crime-writing Trio from Crime Writers of Canada