MEET THE AUTHOR
"Author Sue Chamblin Frederick will be signing copies of:
The Unwilling Spy
"Madame Delaflote, Impeccable Spy"
Grandma Takes a Lover,
THE BOARDINGHOUSE, and the
THE FRONT PORCH SISTERS
A GOOD YEAR FOR ROSES
Return to Madison County
All Summer Writing!!!
A MAN SHE CALLED DARLIN'
September 26, 2019
St. Augustine, Florida
October 22, 2019
Valdosta Country Club
November 21, 2019
Readbird Book Club
February 5, 2020
Southwood Book Club
February 9, 2020
National League of American Pen Women
Loved visiting Beverly Pitchford and Cindy Ellington at the Valdosta Country Club on November 6! Great time! Wonderful book club with fantastic readers!!
The 2018 Pinetta School Reunion. Here's Nels Falk - a soon to be star in the upcoming A Good Year for Roses, the sequel to The Front Porch Sisters.
Nam Knights of America's Steve Mona visiting Centre Street in Fernandina Beach, Florida. A fabulous group of guys who love America!
What a grand time at Madison, Florida, for the debut of A Good Year for Roses! Here are Nels and Lili Falk, brother and sister who lived in Pinetta, Florida, for fifteen years. Nels is a star in author Sue Chamblin Frederick's latest novel!
Meet new author Michael Puterbaugh from Canton, Ohio. Michael has written a compelling novel
that takes place in Fernandina Beach, Florida. CIGAR MONEY'S fast-moving plot will keep you turning those pages! A great read! And, of course, this marvelous author enjoys smoking cigars!
November 8, 2018 Madison County Women's Club Carol Gibson and I at a luncheon in beautiful Madison, Florida. Thank you, Carol, for a wonderful lunch and introducing me to some great gals!!
Billy Washington auditioning for a part in The Front Porch Sisters.
"Grandma" sure gets around, doesn't she?
You see these gals? A busload of wonderful people arrived from The Villages and they visited beautiful Old Fernandina. Here are wild and wonderful Milena and Marsha who are excited about reading "Grandma Takes A Lover." We're at the Book Loft on Centre Street!!
This is Dale (Hoot) Gibson and his lovely wife Carol, who provided quite a bit of historical information for The Front Porch Sisters. An entire chapter in the book is devoted to Dale's prize bull.