Need a speaker for your upcoming meeting or event? I’m happy to present at any type venue, from book clubs to writer conferences. In the past two years, I have enjoyed giving talks at Pony Clubs, Girl Scout Jamborees, writer retreats, church groups, Local Author Library showcase events, and more. I can present one of the following most requested topics, or prepare one to suit your particular needs:
- Where Do Stories Come From? Sparking Creativity In New Ways
- Do You Have a Calling? Themes in False Gods
- Can Hurt People Learn to Trust? Themes in Horse Gods
- What Type of Writer Are You? How to Get Unblocked and More Productive
- Imposter Syndrome: Recognizing and Defeating It to Become a More Creative, Productive Writer
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Upcoming Activities – Where I’ll Be:
It’s 2021 (Yeah!)
December (Well, it’s been another year of cancelled or virtual activities.)
December 11 – Pittsburg Writers Workshop virtual conference and pitching agents.
We are all hoping for some sort of return to normality this year. So far, I’ve been honored to be asked by the Maryland Writer’s Association to be a judge in the winter short story competition. Best of luck to all the contestants.
2020- Due to Coronavirus Quarantine, all events cancelled until further notice.
Maryland Writers Association (MWA) Annual Conference – March 29, 2020
Days End Farm Horse Rescue Fall Fest – September 28 2019
Book Signing at Bethany Books, Delaware – August 13th 2019, 6-9PM
Kennedy Dressage hosted Book Signing at Final Decision Farm, Woodbine, June 15, 5-7PM
Maryland Writers Association (MWA) Carroll County Chapter: Talk on Imposter Syndrome, May 11th 2019, 1-3PM
Maryland Writers Association (MWA), HoCo Chapter: Self-publishing Panel – January 17, 2019
Book Signing at The Surrey Saddlery in Darnestown, MD, 1 December 2018 from 12:00-3:00
Memory Maker Writers Retreat, Deep Creek Lake, MD 19-21 October 2018
Baltimore Book Festival – September 29, 2018
L. R. Trovillion earned a degree in Russian Language and Literature and has found work at various times of her life as a translator, teacher, reporter, editor, groom and stall cleaner. Nowadays, she makes her home in Maryland on a small horse farm, which she shares with her husband, daughter, and an assortment of four-legged creatures who really run the place. The story in her award-winning debut novel, False Gods, continues in the next book of the Maryland Equestrian Novel Series—Horse Gods. Other work has appeared in Baltimore magazine, Chicken Soup for the Soul, and various poetry anthologies. When not writing, she’s usually thinking about writing—and as always, is inspired by her equine teachers.