Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday at our #LNEChat w/@AndreaLChapin!

Literary New England cordially invites you to celebrate William Shakespeare’s 451st birthday by attending a lunchtime Tweet Chat with Andrea Chapin, author of the the Shakespeare-inspired historical novel The Tutor!

  • Date: Thursday, April 23
  • Time: Noon to 1 pm EST
  • Place: Twitter, using the #LNEChat hashtag
  • Copies of The Tutor will be given away!!

Save the date: 4/30 Tweet chat & book giveaways w/@ErikaRobuck & @SarahMMcCoy!


Save the date! We’ll be hosting a Tweet chat with Erika Robuck & Sarah McCoy from 8-9 pm EST Thursday, April 30, and giving away copies of their new novels, The House of Hawthorne and The Mapmaker’s Children! Plan to use the #LNEChat hashtag and join us!

The these two lovely authors will also be doing a joint reading and signing on Thursday, May 7, at 7 pm at Concord Books, 65 Main St., Concord, Mass. …. uber-Lit New England wonderfulness!

Win #HelpForTheHaunted at our super-fun #LNEChat w/John Searles!

Back in 2013 when John Searles’s Help for the Haunted was first published as a hardcover, we were soooo excited to have him as a guest on the Literary New England Radio Show! Like host Cindy Wolfe Boynton, John grew up in Connecticut, went to college at Southern Connecticut State University and has always been fascinated with internationally known ghost hunters and Connecticut residents Ed and Lorraine Warren. Cindy wrote about them several times as a reporter. And for John, they became the inspiration for Help for the Haunted’s story line. So many similarities between the two! And most important, John wrote a kickin’ novel that we couldn’t wait to read and tell others about! So when we heard that Help for the Haunted was being released in paperback this past July, our first thought was: TWEET CHAT!!!!

From 8-9 pm this Wednesday, Sept 3, we’ll be hosting a live Tweet chat with John and giving away 3 copies of Help for the Haunted. Please join us!! Use the #LNEChat hashtag to take part, and tell everyone you know to do the same: It’s going to be terrific!