Events & Media

2016 Events & Media:

Coming up: Feb 26, 2017, talk and book signing: South Yarmouth Library on Cape Cod, Mass.

1492 was chosen by LA Splash Magazine to be part of their 2016 Entertainment Gift Guide Roundup (circulation 98,000). View>>

December 17, 2016
Review on Motherhood Moment>>

December 15, 2016
Radio interview: Boston’s WEMF radio online call-in show: City Wide Blackout, 8 to 9pm ET. To listen live>>

December 12, 2016:
Reviews of 1492 were published in the following publications: Senior Cruise & Travelers Magazine, Florida Cruise and Travelers Magazine, Family Travelers Magazine, and Gay Travelers Magazine.

December 12, 2016
KMET-AM “Smart Talk 1490,” Los Angeles, CA, 11:30 am ET

November 30, 2016
KSCJ 1360 AM in Sioux City, IA, 6:40 pm ET

November 23, 2016
Radio show: KLZ in Aurora, Colorado on 560 AM and 100.7 FM.  “Midday Matters” hosted by Steve Curtis. 8:05 ET

November 12, 2016
Barnes & Noble, Meet and Greet book signing
Framingham, Mass. 1 pm to 3 pm. Directions>>

November 11, 2016
TV show: Cape Code Writer’s Center, show: “Books and the World”  Dennisport, MA.
Website: http://capecodwriterscenter.org/events/books-and-the-world/
WATCH THE INTERVIEW>>

November 5, 2016

Q & A with Newton Frohlich posted by Caroline Leavitt, New York Times and USA Today bestselling novelist, screenwriter, editor, and a contributing book critic for the Boston Globe, San Francisco Chronicle, and People Magazine>>

Oct 27, 2016
Guest column in The Monitor
“COMMENTARY: 1492, then and now “

Saturday, October 22, 2016, 3pm talk and book signing:
Wellfleet Library. 55 West Main Street, Wellfleet, MA. Tel: 508-349-0310

October 19
Review by reviewer & author interviewer, Norm Goldman, publisher & editor of Bookpleasures.com.

October 13
Guest post by Newton Frohlich on Girl Who Reads

October 12
1492 reviewed on air on WTBF-AM/FM in Troy, Ala. on “Book Bits”

October 12
Review by Rhonda Gothier, Amazon/Goodreads reviewer

October 11, 2016
WVOX radio, Good Morning Westchester. 8:10 am ET.
New Rochelle, NY. Host: Bob Marrone
Website: http://www.wvox.com

October 10
WHMI – FM radio; 10:00 am ET
Howell, MI; New director Jon King; Website: http://www.whmi.com

October 10
Station: WEOL 8:10 ET
Elyria, OH
http://weol.northcoastnow.com

Oct. 10
Feature article in The Cap Cod Times:
“Cape author explores how Columbus’ journey relates to today’s world”

October 9, 2016
WEZC-FM, Show: Sunday Morning Easy. 12:15 pm ET (11:15 am CST)
Clinton, IL. Host: Orv Graham Website: http://www.orvgraham.com
Listen to the show>>

October 8
Review by blogger, Momma on the Rocks

October 8, 2016
KVOI – AM radio, Inside Track. 6:30 pm ET (3:30 pm PST)
Tucson, AZ Host: Jonathan Hoffman
Website: http://www.insidetrackaz.com

October 7, 2016
KFAV radio. 10:30 – 11:00 am ET (9:30 – 10:00 am CST)
St. Louis. Website: http://www.kfav.com

October 7
Guest post by Newton Frohlich on Lori’s Reading Corner>>

October 6
WERS-FM Radio
Boston, MA – student reporter Jackson Ellison; Website: http://www.wers.org

October 6
Review on Big Reader’s Site

October 2
WEZC-FM radio, Show: Sunday Morning Easy; 12:15 pm ET (11:15 am CST)
Clinton, IL. Host: Orv Graham  Website: http://www.orvgraham.com

September 30
True Book Addict – thetruebookaddict.blogspot.com/
Guest post and giveaway: http://www.truebookaddict.com/2016/10/guest-post-by-newton-frohlich-author-of.html

Sept. 26, 2016:
BookMarketingBuzzzBlog: Q & A with Author Newton Frohlich about his new book, 1492


UPCOMING IN 2017:

Sunday, February 26, 2017:
Talk at South Yarmouth Library sponsored by the South Yamouth Library Association, from 2 to 4 pm.


2015 Events:

Wednesday, October 21, 2015, 7 pm: Book signing at Barnes & Noble, Amherst, Massachusetts
Get your autographed copy of The Shakespeare Mask and meet Newton Frohlich.
Stop by anytime and get your copy. Makes a great gift!

Location: Barnes & Noble, Mountain Farms, 335 Russell St., Hadley, MA 01035
Tel: (413) 585-5727

Thursday, October 22, 2015, 7-8 pm: Talk at
the Jones Library, Amherst, Massachusetts
Newton Frohlich will discuss his most recent book, The Shakespeare Mask, an award-winning historical novel. The result of 15 years of meticulous research and writing, The Shakespeare Mask asks this compelling—and controversial—question: What if the author of the greatest works ever written in the English language wasn’t who we think he was?

The talk is free to the public. Location: Woodbury Room in the Jones Library.Join me at these upcoming events:

Thursday, September 24, 2015, 8 pm:
Interview on Boston’s WEMF radio online call-in show: City Wide Blackout.
Newton Frohlich will talk about his new, award-winning book, The Shakespeare Mask.
Listen live