Tonight at 6:30pm I’ll be at the Spirit of ’76 Bookstore on Marblehead, MA to do a reading, signing, and Q&A about The Map of True Places. Ever since the Cornerstone Books in Salem closed (I miss that bookstore), it’s nice to still feel like I have a slice of home at the Spirit of ’76. You can read more about the event here. Hope to see you there!
I hope you’ll be sure to tune in to my live steaming event at RJ Julia tonight (see yesterday’s post for details)! If you cannot, I have two more events coming up that I hope you’ll check out.
On Friday, April 1, I’ll be at Bank Square Books in Mystic, CT. They’re being kind enough to hold an author luncheon and signing for me. The event is at 12:30pm.
Then, on Saturday, April 2, I’m headed to Manchester Center, VT to visit Northshire Bookstore for a discussion and signing at 7pm.
I’m participating in Free Book Friday! Every week a new author is featured with an author interview podcast or written Q & A and then there’s a drawing to win a free copy of that author’s book. All you have to do is enter to win each week. Once the winners are chosen, they’re posted to the site to the site every Friday morning. Click here to win a signed copy of my book The Map of True Places on April 1, 2011!
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My latest blog post for The Lipstick Chronicles is new today, and happens to fall just a few days before the release of the paperback of The Map of True Places, my latest book which came out just this past May. The paperback will be released on March 22, 2011 and so I’m writing about the true places in my life for today’s post.
If you’d like to read more about The Map of True Places and learn about where it can be purchased, follow this link to HarperCollins’ website for more information. Click here for the link.
To view my post for The Lipstrick Chronicles, click here for a link to view the blog.
At 2:30PM, I’ll be at the Fiske Public Library in Wrentham, MA. Looking forward to seeing everyone in the SWEATT Meeting Room. Website for library is http://fiskelib.org/ if you need directions, phone numbers, etc.
I just posted an article at Writer Unboxed on the techniques I use to discuss my works in progress with readers. If you’re interested in getting a behind the scenes look at the writing process, you can check it out here.