Why is this week’s blog a bit early? Picture me in Palm Beach, Florida. No, I won’t be on vacation–although it might feel that way. This Tuesday and Wednesday I’ll be speaking at the Society of the Four Arts Libraries.
How do you find me?
Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 I’ll be at the Dixon Education Building (240 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach, FL 33480) as part of their Florida Voices Program, to be followed immediately by a booksigning conducted by the Classic Bookshop.
It’s not too late to reserve your spot and there is no charge. Reservations can be made by calling (561) 655-2766.
Wednesday at 1:30 I’ll be chatting with the Page Turners Book Club at the King Library. (The Society of the Four Arts, 3 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach, FL 33480).
You can reserve your spot for Page Turners by calling (561) 655-2766.
If you read along here, you know I’m on a tight deadline. So why am I flitting across the state to speak to readers?
Writers are solitary folks, and novelists are solitary folks who live with make believe people and occasionally forget there are real ones in the world. Booksignings and chances to speak about our work give us opportunities to clear away the clouds, and it’s always an honor to get to know the readers who make deadlines worthwhile.
I’m looking forward to getting to know my Palm Beach area readers. If you’re in the area, please make a quick reservation and join us for one or both days. And be sure to let me know you read Southern Exposure and saw the invitation here.