Happy weekend, all! It’s not often I chat with you here on Saturdays. Are you in your PJs? Enjoying a lazy or lively morning with loved ones? Or is it another “typical” work-from-home/artist’s day? (Weekend? What’s that?!?) Regardless, I hope you’re well.
It’s been two months since my e-release, and one since we partied virtually here and on Facebook. While I’m a huge fan of e-books and social media, and had a ball e-festing with you all, I deeply value tangible books and in-person connections. So here’s what I’ve got cooking for March, in my childhood and current stomping grounds:
Tuesday, March 12th (Los Angeles)
Paperback Book Release Party – August & The Torn Out Pages (or maybe 1)
8:00 – 10:30pm @Los Globos 3040 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, California - $10 cover charge
I’ll be dusting off my gee-tar to sing from 8:30 – 9:pm.
Thursday, March 21st (Minneapolis)
Book Reading/Signing – Free admission
7 – 9pm @ The Coffee Shop NE: 2852 Johnson St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418
Saturday, March 23rd (Bloomington, MN)
Bloomington Writers’ Festival and Book Fair
9:30am – 5pm @ The Blooming Theater and Art Center: 1800 W Old Shakopee Rd, Bloomington, MN 55431
Saturday, April 20th (Los Angeles)
Los Angeles Times Festival of Books
10am – 4pm @ USC Campus
If you happen to be in the Los Angeles or Minneapolis area next month, I hope you’ll join me.
What events are you anticipating? Do you prefer events online, in-person or both? Will I see you in March?
Speaking of online functions, don’t forget to pop by next Friday, February 22nd, for the 2nd annual Beauty of a Woman BlogFest! Whether you join as a blogger, reader or both, you are in for a treat. You may even win a Kindle.
To sign up or for more details, visit the BOAW blog-fest page. If you’ve already signed up, remember to post your installment on your blog this coming Thursday, by 7pm PST, along with this year’s badge and a link to my blog so your readers can check out everyone’s beauty-full links. I can’t wait to fest with you! ♥
“The beauty of a woman is not in the clothes she wears, the figure that she carries, or the way she combs her hair. The beauty of a woman is seen in her eyes, because that is the doorway to her heart, the place where love resides.” — Sam Levinson (quoted by Audrey Hepburn)