Events 2021

On the morning of May 11, 2022, Ames Sheldon will discuss her novels at the Stearns History Museum, St. Cloud, MN.

On November 7 from 3-4 pm, Ames Sheldon made a presentation about Blanche Ames, the history of birth control in Massachusetts, and LEMONS IN THE GARDEN OF LOVE at the Queset House, 51 Main Street, Easton, MA.

On September 11 from 9-5 and on September 12 from 11-4, Ames Sheldon sold her books at a booth on Central Park, (4th and Winona Streets) during the Defeat of Jesse James Days, Northfield, Minnesota.

On October 16, Ames Sheldon would have been at the She Writes Press table at the Boston Book Festival, Copley Square, Boston, Massachusetts -- CANCELED.

Interviews 

Listen to a podcast about the challenges simply to legalize INFORMATION about family planning 100 years ago, and the history of access to birth control and abortion over the course of the last 100 years with Ames Sheldon and Planned Parenthood's North Central States CEO Sarah Stoesz.

Listen to an interview about LEMONS IN THE GARDEN OF LOVE with Ames Sheldon and Dave Fettig on Write On Radio (KTCA Minnneapolis).

Listen to a conversation about historical fiction between Ames Sheldon and Mary Logue, author of The Streel, a murder mystery set in Deadwood, South Dakota, in 1880 hosted June 16 by SubText Books.

Listen to an interview by Max Bowen of Citywide Blackout (Boston) with Ames Sheldon about LEMONS IN THE GARDEN OF LOVE on May 10, 2021

Ames Sheldon's World War II historical fiction traces the impact of war on an American family long after the guns have stopped firing. Hear her talk August 26, 2019 about achieving her dream of writing award-winning fiction on The Joys of Binge Reading's latest episode. Listen here or subscribe on iTunes.

 

 

 

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