Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, which highlights the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society.

These are some of the events taking place in March featuring women authors.

Friday, March 5th

Tziporah Kingsbury is hosting a daylong Virtual event in honor of her newest book: “Soul of Abortion”

Whether one is pro-life or pro-choice, once a mother has an abortion, healing needs to take place. There are too few tools, and less understanding, about what happens Next – after the abortion. And how long the affects of an abortion continue. Tziporah address this and more in her book and during her event.

RSVP on her Facebook Event Page:


Sunday, March 7th

Central Hall Commons “Meet the Author Program” at 3:00PM Eastern Featuring Kris Oster and her book: “Return to Enchantment, Your Guide to Creating a Magical Livelihood”

With her 20 years in marketing and web development for companies the likes of E!, Paramount Pictures, Disney and Citrix Online, she knows what you need to do to succeed without hiding your true identity. Kris has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs.

RSVP on CHC Facebook VIRTUAL event page:


Tuesday, March 16th

Shaw Public Library is hosting the debut poetry book of “Twinkle” Marie Porter-Manningentitled: “Accompanied” Twinkle’s selected writings explore Love, Grief, Beauty, Fear, Spirituality, Mysticism, Transformation, Choices, Nature.


This event is Via Zoom.

RSVP to receive link: shawpublic2@yahoo.com

Wednesday, March 31st

The long anticipated launch of Empowering Women TV’s newest program: “Maine Authors Series” Featured Authors include: Tam Veilleux, Connie Clark, Sue Humphries,Rhea Côté Robbins, Alison Jones Webb, Amy Carpenter, Susan Casey, Irene Drago, andDanielle Bannister. Hosted by Executive Producer: “Twinkle” Marie Manning.

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