June 5, 2010–Laurel, Maryland–Oregon Mystery/Thriller author L.J. Sellers will attend the 2010 Printers Row Lit Fest with copies of her Detective Jackson Mystery series. She will be signing copies of THE SEX CLUB, SECRETS TO DIE FOR, and as a treat to fans, Sellers will have 100 advance copies of her third in the series, THRILLED TO DEATH (official release is 9/2010), for sale. L.J. Sellers will join 15 fellow Echelon Press authors on the streets of Chicago for the 2010 Printers Row Lit Fest, one of the nation’s premier book festivals. Ms. Sellers is no stranger to crowds, as she attracts one everywhere she goes. Readers can meet Sellers and her fellow Echelon authors at Booth “FF” at the festival in Chicago, IL. You can find more information on Printers Row online or contact the Chicago Tribune.
Other Echelon authors readers will enjoy chatting and getting autographs from include Anne Carter (CAPE SEDUCTION), Joel Fox (LINCOLN’S HAND), Margot Justes (A HOTEL IN PARIS), Marc Vun Kannon (A WARRIOR MADE), Beth Solheim (AT WITT’S END), and Chicago favorites Luisa Buehler (THE INN KEEPER) and Nero Wolfe author Robert Goldsborough (A PRESIDENT IN PERIL).
L.J. Sellers is an award-winning journalist, editor, and the author of the Detective Jackson mystery/suspense series. Her first two books, The Sex Club and Secrets to Die For, have garnered high praise, and the third book, Thrilled to Death, will be released in August, 2010. The forth Jackson story, Passions of the Dead, will be released in 2011, along with another thriller, The Baby Thief. Ms. Sellers is a fitness and health enthusiast who can often be seen peddling around town. She especially enjoys traveling around the country and meeting readers and fans.
“L.J. Sellers should be considered a bit of a pioneer in the book industry. Many authors rely on shock value for their hooks, but she takes tremendously controversial topics and weaves them into dramatic and emotional stories, without glamorizing or condoning the issues. She is an excellent storyteller,” says President and CEO of Echelon Press.