Julie’s Mission, Windemere, Florida
I am honored to have been invited to be the Keynote Speaker for Julie’s Mission Annual Author’s Luncheon. Julie’s Mission is an amazing charitable organization that is 100% volunteer-driven, 501(c)3 charity that assists the healing and well being of thousands of critically ill infants and provides comfort for many, many parents who have lost their newborn baby. It has been in existence a dozen years, beginning with just a few volunteers. Since then it has grown into an all-volunteer organization of 200 members who sew, knit, quilt, and crochet nearly 4,000 items annually and ship them to hospitals across the United States, including Orlando’s Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies in Orlando. One hundred percent of the funds raised at their luncheon will be used to purchase materials and to pay for shipping them. Please checkout www.juliesmission.com and discover their worthwhile cause. There will be a book-signing after my presentation and all proceeds will go to Julie’s Mission.
Barnes & Noble, Sarasota, Florida
From the anatomy of an author to six novels to movie deals, the audience will learn about Sally Fernandez’s latest release, The Beekeeper’s Secret.
“Fernandez writes with clarity and with evidently well-done research as she fleshes out a story that has scientific undertones. Her ability to clearly elucidate scientific research to her readers is definitely a winning hallmark of this author’s style. The plot twists and turns with surprising regularity as the story races to its final conclusion, yet still leaves the door open for the next book in the Max Ford series. I enjoyed this read and would definitely put Sally Fernandez high on my list of excellent thriller writers.”
Grant Leishman, Readers’ Favorite, 5-Star Review
“Sally Fernandez, veteran novelist of political thrillers, presents the motivations behind, and discoveries made, during the writing of Climatized. Distinguishing science fact from hype, this now-available Max Ford adventure features real NASA personnel and as much hard evidence as can be fit into a novel already full of intrigue and suspense.”
Steve Jordan, Videographer