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Narcissists and Sociopaths
Thursday, May 16th
7pm Eastern / 4pm Pacific
Facebook LIVE w/Lizbeth Hartz
Like the Facebook page to be notified when the event begins.
Join Lizbeth as she offers useful tips on how to handle the narcissist or sociopath in your life. In this short talk, she uses brief readings from her book to highlight the behaviors of a sociopathic personality. This is a FREE Facebook LIVE event. Lizbeth often works to raise awareness on these issues in memory of her dear friend Vic (who was murdered by a sociopath / psychopath) in hopes of saving others from the same fate that he suffered. Like the Facebook page to be notified when the event begins.
National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW)
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Book Reading with Author Lizbeth Hartz
This event is not open to the public.
Lizbeth Hartz, author of Angel Hero: Murder in Hawai'i, A True Story, is honored to give a brief book reading for the National League of American Pen Women (NLAPW) in Honolulu on May 1, 2019 (a non-public event).
The topic her reading is focused on is the sociopathic personality. Lizbeth often works to raise awareness on these issues in memory of her dear friend Vic (who was murdered by a sociopath) in hopes of saving others from the same fate that he suffered.
If you’re interested, but not a member of NLAPW, please check the website again soon and like the Facebook page, as plans for a Facebook Live reading on this issue is currently in the works.
Writing as a Form of Activism
Sunday, March 31, 2019
Writing as a Form of Activism with Author Lizbeth Hartz
This event is not open to the public.
Lizbeth Hartz, author of Angel Hero: Murder in Hawai'i, A True Story, speaks at a non-public event at a Honolulu university on March 31, 2019.
The topic of her lecture Writing as a Form of Activism, is one near and dear to her heart - and one that she is passionate about passing on to the next generation of writers.
If you’re not already one of the lucky students who’ll be attending - but nonetheless, are interested - please check the website soon, as Ms. Hartz often speaks on similar topics in other venues.
Paranormal Passions & Palm Readings
Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9am - 11am
Paranormal Passions & Palm Readings with Author Lizbeth Hartz
Event Flyer: Download PDF
Where: Blaisdell Mayors Annual Craft & County Fair 2018, Honolulu, HI
Cost: FREE General Admission, FREE Mini-Palm Reading w/Angel Hero book purchase
and FREE Author Chat & Autographs
Meet author Lizbeth Hartz at the Sisters & Misters in Crime booth in the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall on Saturday, November 17, 2018 from 9am - 11am. Come enjoy the arts, crafts and gifts fair and stop by and chat with the author about her paranormal, eye-opening, emotional and often frightening experiences while trying to attain justice for firefighter Vic Lazzarini. Vic was a dear friend, co-worker and new near-love interest (at the time) who was violently murdered by a psychopathic co-worker. A freelance writer since 1983, Lizbeth credits her daily writing routine with enabling her to fulfill her vow to Vic’s spirit to tell their truth in her book, Angel Hero: Murder in Hawai'i, A True Story.
If you’ve ever dealt with a narcissist, sociopath or psychopath you’ll find this story absolutely fascinating - and all too familiar! With the killer no longer a physical threat to Lizbeth, she finally felt safe saying, “This is a true story,” (though to protect the innocent from the murderer’s family, she continues to fictionalize the names and dates in this true crime, true love, spiritual memoir).
Purchase a copy of Lizbeth’s book, Angel Hero: Murder in Hawai'i, A True Story - and receive a FREE mini-palm reading! Don’t forget to pick up an autographed gift copy for the avid reader on your holiday list. Lizbeth will also autograph previously-purchased copies FREE.
General admission into the Mayors Annual Craft & County Fair is FREE. General admission times are NOV 17 from 9a-1p. Stop by the Sisters & Misters in Crime booth during any of these times to chat with other great authors, as well. We hope to see you there!