reading-at-mcintyres-2Anne is available for public speaking engagements for churches, civic groups, autism support groups and book clubs. She has been keynote speaker for the Western Diocese of the Episcopal Church Women at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Wilkesboro, NC as well as other church groups. She has been guest speaker for the Kernersville Friends of the Library, the Eden Friends of the Library, the Philocalian Book Club, the Reynolda House, the Reynolds Homestead in Crites, VA, Converse College, and St. Matthews Episcopal Church in Spartanburg, SC. Anne has been on the faculty at the Appalachian Writers Association Conference and the South Carolina Writers Workshop.

Anne is also available to lead writing workshops and workshops about creativity and its connection to spirituality. She has led such workshops at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Guilford Technical Community College, the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC, and Guilford College, also in Greensboro, NC.

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  1. Anne, When you finish reading Tudor Survivor, if you have time, I’d really value your comments (perhaps by e-mail). It’s especially interesting to hear what other authors say, including their constructive criticism!
    Hope you soon feel better.

  2. Hello Anne Barnhill! You will be teaching a “Historical Fiction” workshop in Asheville on December 9th and I plan to be there. Historical fiction and the South are my two favorite genres and I have a first book underway that combines the two. I’m looking forward to the workshop and getting your feedback on my work. I see you have an autistic sister; I have a 17-year-old autistic son. –Julie Dorsey

  3. I have just finished reading your novel, At The Mercy of The Queen, which I happily purchased on Amazon after attending your workshop at the last NCWN conference. It was wonderful and transported me to tudor England quite delightfully. I so needed to escape from day to day stressors and this book was the ticket. I’d forgotten what pleasure reading was about.

    I would love to attend a future teaching of yours, but it seems your schedule is not updated on your website since the NCWN conference isn’t on their either? If there’s another way to stay updated that would be great to know. In the meantime, good luck to you and I can’t wait to read your next novel.

    1. Hi Dee,
      I don’t know if I’ve responded to you or not…but thank you so much for your kind words about ATMOTQ. Of course, my new novel, Queen Elizabeth’s DAughter is now out. I won’t be teaching any more that I know of–there is a possibility I’ll teach in the fall for the NC WRiters Workshop. It’s in Asheville. I do hope our paths will cross!
      All Best,

  4. Hello, just wondering who did the lovely art on your cover! I found the picture through a search (a doubly happy search, since I loved your book and didn’t know you had a blog!), and I am planning on getting another medieval inspired tattoo! I would love to see the whole picture. Thanks!

    1. Hi Rachael–I may have alreaedy replied to this but the cover art was done by the art department at St. Martin’s Press…I have no idea how they did it..Good luck with your tattoo!
      all Best,

  5. Dear Anne,

    I am anxious to attend one of your workshops on Historical Fiction. You were in my area (Westeen NC) this past weekend, but unfortunately I was unaware to attend. I would like a copy of your schedule for the rest of the year if available.

    I look forward to hearing from you!


    1. Hi Debbie,
      My workshop for last Saturday at The WRiter’s Workshop didn’t make. I will probably return for a workshop in the fall. Sorry we missed each other. And thank you for your interest. Hope to see you in the fall.
      All Best,

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