Winter Arts and Crafts Fair
Dec. 8, 2019 - First time at Perry Hall Winter Arts and Crafts Fair was a big success. Lots of interest in Mia as well as previous books.
Nov. 2, 2019 -
A record turnout for the Authors & Artists Holiday Gift Sale was a success for D.A. Jennings and her newest young reader book, Mia, Ripples in the Water. Gift buyers getting an early start on the Christmas and holiday season were arriving before the official start of the event and were continuous throughout the day. Live music was presented by the Bel Air High School Pop Choir, Theatreworks LIVE!, Upper Chesapeake Chorus of the Sweet Adeline's, and John Sobus, Self Expression.
Oct. 18, 2019 -
A candlelit, chilly October evening, in a cemetery, was the perfect place to hear scary stories, and tales from the dark side. D.A. Jennings read selections from her book, ONE HUNDRED LIVES. She joined other local authors, historians, and poets who delivered their favorite graveyard-appropriate pieces.
This Literary Readings at the Graveyard, was hosted by the Norrisville Public Library and Norrisville United Methodist Church.
August 27, 2019
Debbie joined a number of talented and creative people for Stanzas in the Stacks, hosted by the Harford County Public Library, Fallston Branch. She read a number of poems from her book One Hundred Lives.
Of course the final poem, Pickers, left the audience laughing. The evening provided good fellowship and the enjoyment of a variety of performances.
Oct 1, 2019
Whether a weekend writer or a would-be novelist, this course will help you explore and expand your excitement for creative writing.
Written works are critiqued in a friendly and supportive environment along with written evaluations and suggestions provided by the instructor. Six sessions beginning October 1, ending November 5, 2019. Havre de Grace Hall, room 209 on the Harford Community College campus.
Thanks, the class is full!
July 12, 2019 -
Surrounded by historical headstones and lush greenery, D.A. Jennings read selections from her book, ONE HUNDRED LIVES. She joined other local authors, historians, and poets who delivered their favorite graveyard-appropriate pieces from such luminaries as Edgar Allan Poe and the Beatles.
This was the first "Literary Readings at the Graveyard," hosted by the Norrisville Public Library and Norrisville United Methodist Church. Norrisville Branch's Joyce Wemer and Katherine Ellis, along with Norrisville UMC Pastor Melissa Ann McDade, organized the event.
The Envelope Please
A Reading of One Hundred Lives
at Oak Grove Baptist Church
May 6, 2019 - Oak Grove Baptist Church’s 4EVER Young Group readily participated in The Envelope Please program developed and presented by D.A. Jennings. The program included music, scripture and readings based on her book One Hundred Lives.
D.A. Jennings at Mountain Christian Church
Portions of Grace Writer's Group
April 28, 2019: Portions of Grace, the writers group sponsored by Mountain Christian Church, hosted D.A. Jennings at their afternoon meeting to hear readings from her book One Hundred Lives. Jennings also discussed memoir writing and answered questions about her writing journey. The setting was perfect for casual conversation and fellowship.
The Envelope Please
D.A. Jennings Presents One Hundred Lives
to Calvary Baptist Church
March 9, 2019 - Calvary Baptist Church's XYZ senior dinner was the setting for the premier of The Envelope Please presentation. The interactive program was based on D.A. Jennings' book One Hundred Lives. The program showcased the continued relevancy of God's Word in our lives today. A special video tribute to our military members, based upon D.A. Jennings' poem Call to Duty was shown.
Read to a Child Week & Digital Learning Day
at Enon Elementary, Chester, Virginia
February 27, 2019 - Doris Hazlegrove, a teacher at Enon Elementary in Chester, Virginia invited D. A. Jennings to read Seize the Cheese to her first grade class on February 27th.
The event took place to celebrate Read to a Child Week and Digital Learning Day.
Adventures in Reading
February 14, 2019 - "Adventures in Reading" was the theme at Churchville Elementary School when D. A. Jennings read Seize the Cheese to 180 students.
The three groups of kindergarten to fifth graders were energetic, fun and great participants.