Frank has created a series she calls "Nancy Drew meets CSI", sure to promote and support life time reading habits in young adults.
Massapequa Park, N.Y. (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
Linda Maria Frank's experience as an educator, having worked in middle school, high school, and university, has given her a unique perspective for her Annie Tillery Mysteries. Not only are the books, "The Madonna Ghost" and "Girl with Pencil Drawing", exciting adventures, packed with good forensic science, but Frank has created a series she calls "Nancy Drew meets CSI", sure to promote and support life time reading habits in young adults.
As a special feature for teachers, Frank has designed lesson plans based on the books which she will be demonstrating at the event.
As well as tantalizing reading from her two books, Frank will be giving a peek at the next Annie Tillery Mystery, "Secrets in the Fairy Chimneys".
The event promises to be a clever, edgy insight into the world of teen mysteries and YA writing. The location is 338 Main St., Huntington, N.Y. 11743, 631 427 5165.
About Linda Maria Frank: Frank embarked on a career as an author converting case studies from her forensic science courses into credible mysteries for girls of all ages. Frank continues to reach out to educators providing lesson plans bases on her books, found on her website. She does fundraising events, fairs and library programs, using her adventures in authorship as a draw. Frank also is the producer of "The Writer's Dream", a local access TV show, featuring interviews with authors.