CANADA and CONCORD, here I come!

April 19th, 2016

I’m thrilled to announce two upcoming bookstore appearances, in two of my very favorite places!

To help celebrate the launch of MOTHER-DAUGHTER BOOK CAMP, the seventh and final (sniff) book in my Mother-Daughter Book Club series, I’ll be heading first to Vancouver, British Columbia (yep, that’s right, my first appearance in CANADA!), and then on to Concord, Massachusetts, the town that started it all (the books are set in my old hometown, in case you didn’t know — talk about bringing it full circle…).

If you’re in either area, I’d love to see you! Please come join me on Monday, May 2, at 7 pm at Kidsbooks in Vancouver or Sunday, May 22nd at 3 pm at The Concord Bookshop in Concord (full details on both events here).

Warning: there may be dorky pictures of me at summer camp involved…

Mother-Daughter Book Camp

 

 

Fabulous foursome Author Panel

July 27th, 2015

Calling all PDX (Portland) friends!

Tomorrow night, Tuesday July 28th, from 6:30-8:30 pm, I’ll be at the Garden Home Community Library for an author panel.

I’ll be joining Rosanne Parry, Cindy Brown, and Jerrold Packard to talk about (and answer your questions about) books, writing, and reading.

Wow! Four authors for the price of–well, absolutely free! That’s what I call a deal.

Click here for a little more information about the event, and click here to read my answers to the librarian’s questions…

Hope to see you there!

 

 

Countdown begins…

April 26th, 2015

… in 48 hours, I’ll be in the Big Apple!

On Tuesday night I’ll be at Books of Wonder (6-8 pm) for a pre-Edgar Awards bash & book signing with my fellow nominees. Come join us! Click here for full details.

Then on Wednesday night, it’s time for the Edgar Awards — squeeeeeee! The event is black tie (“dress to kill,” the invitation says). I will be taking lots of pictures, as I don’t know when I’ll ever get my husband in a tuxedo again, and he looks fabulous. As for me, I have a snazzy formal dress and sparkly silver shoes to go with it. I’ve been practicing walking around in them, as heels are not something this writer wears very often and I’d hate to fall flat on my face in front of, say, Stephen King or something…

Stay tuned for a full post-event report, complete with pictures of my husband and me. Wait until you see the two of us — we look like we belong on top of a wedding cake!

 

 

 

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