Friday, July 25, 2014

Zebra Fish Blog Tour

Newly reunited lovers Janna and Serge thought the world had given them another chance at happiness. After years of separation following a heartbreaking divorce and harrowing escape from post-cold-war Russia, the couple had reconnected through emails, and finally took the leap to see each other in person.


Their reignited spark burns ever brighter as they travel to Egypt for new experiences. Having trekked through the desert with Bedouins, they settle on the sunny beaches for relaxation. The beauty of the Egyptian sea seduces the lovers into a scuba diving expedition, but when their boat disappears from the surface, they are stranded on the coral reef with no rescue in sight.

BONUS STORY: A Favorable Offer

On their return flight from Egypt, Janna watches in horror as Serge is beset by an inexplicable illness. Fighting for his life, deep in delirium, death makes Serge a favorable offer… ‘let go and let death take him.’
Janna can hardly believe Serge’s feverish ramblings as she overhears snatches of their insane conversation.

Experience this poignant tale of a love that spans decades and continents, as this amazing couple travels the world, escaping one peril after another in their desire to forge a new future together.

 You can buy a copy of Zebra Fish from these bookstores: 

 About Author Janna Yeshanova

 Originally from the former Soviet Union, Janna Yeshanova, M.A., M.Ed., escaped to the United States when persecution became violent during the crumbling of her country. Arriving in the United States with her mother and daughter in tow, $126 in her pocket and knowing not a soul, Janna’s talent, experiences and education have helped her become a high end organizational training and development professional. Her exodus story is included in the book.
Founder and principal of Life-Spark, LLC, Janna is a dynamic and powerful life coach, premier trainer and motivational speaker. She leverages her passion and engaging style to help others to overcome adversity and spark the possibilities of their lives.
Love Is Never Past Tense… was published first in Russia and Ukraine in 2009, and is now available in English. It is a fascinating adventurous romance based on a true story.  The two fictional sequels In The Land Of Scarabs and Zebra Fish were published in 2014

 You can find Janna on her Facebook page or on her Website, she loves to hear from her fans!

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Hi Everyone!

DRACULA REIGNS is now live everywhere!

Thank you to all those who have read DRACULA RISING. I hope you enjoyed it. I think you will really love the sequel, DRACULA REIGNS!

I've already started the third installment in the series, so get ready for number three...

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Rednecks and Romance
Issue No. 36
In This Issue
Sneak Peek
Free Read
10 things you didn't know about me

1. I love pickled okra
2. I am desperately allergic to cats
3. I collect birds
4. I burned off one of my toenails
5. My favorite fairy tale is sleeping beauty
6. My favorite ghost story is la llorona
7.  I have 37 nieces and nephews
8.  I'm addicted to china with rosebuds on it
9. I love stinky candles
10. I collect chairs 
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Happy July, lovelies! Things here have been super busy. We've been honeymooning and house hunting. I've had a bunch of yummy releases and I'm looking forward to the end of monsoon season and the beginning of our fall season. 

I'm about to head out to Authors After Dark, which is one of my favorite times of the year, all year long. I love getting hugs from all the people, new friends and old ones. This year my best friend from high school and my niece are coming to visit, and my niece is bringing the grandnephew, so I'm excited.


Much love, y'all.


Book News

Wolf Run hit #1! 
Thank you, readers :D 
Mick is a lone wolf in all ways. He's left his pack, he's left his homelands, and he's on the road, footloose and fancy free. Well, at least until he wanders up to a little wolf behind a fence, running his ass off. Mick stops to let the pup out and is stunned to hear Scotty tell him no, no, his mate and best friend Danny keeps him locked up to keep him safe while Danny fights to support them both. This makes all of Mick's fur stand on end. Maybe Mick doesn't need a mate to bring him home, maybe he needs two.

Hands-on assassin Rose has the best job in the world and no issue at all with taking out the bad guys in the world. In fact, the only problem Rose has in her life is the game of sexy one-upmanship she's playing with her biggest competition, Jane. Jane is a sniper who likes to do her job from a distance, but no matter who manages to do the job first, the ladies like to get together afterward to argue over who gets the fee, and have hot make-up sex at the same time. 

When Rose is burned by the family of one of her marks, though, the game changes. When Jane's handler tells her she gets the honor of taking Rose out, Jane knows she can't just kill her best girl. Can Jane rescue Rose in time to keep both of them alive, or will their ultimate contest end with a bang from which they can never recover?

Available at Ellora's Cave.

What happens when rodeos start to get too tough for humans to compete in? Midnight Rodeo, of course, where supernatural creatures like shifters and vampires work for the prize money, and for the awe of their audience.

In Welcome to the Pack by BA Tortuga, when head bullfighter Denton is killed by a demon bull, his twin, Denver, comes back to take his place. Denver was gone for years, working mundane rodeos and missing his twin. He's not sure the pack can heal him since the other bullfighters challenge Denver at every turn. All except Blaine, who's an outcast himself, and who knows Denver is like no one he's ever met.

Available at Torquere Press

Coming Soon:  

It's time to ride hard for cattle country! 

In B.A. Tortuga's "Hoping for a Good Break," Colby left his man, Alan, with harsh words that are made unbearable by the misfortune of a riding mishap. 
Releases June 23 from Torquere Press! 

Cowboy Korde has come to Austin to visit his sister, and to find some work during a tough patch in his life. He has no idea what to do with himself, though, and his sister needs him to amuse himself and stay out of her hair.

When food truck owner Josh meets Korde, he knows just what the hot cowboy needs. Korde is willing, if completely overwhelmed by what Josh makes him feel. Can Josh convince Korde they have the perfect recipe for love. 
Releases June 30 from Torquere Press

Sneak Peek from
Ever the Same

"Daddy, I learned a song."
"DId you, kiddo? Lay it on me." He settled into a chair, smiling at his kid. God, Grainger looked so nervous but pleased.
Grainger started playing a John Denver song, tiny voice clear.
He tapped his foot, nodding along with the music, even when it slowed and stumbled. Grainger didn't start over, just plowed through. Look at his boy. He was so damn proud it hurt.
The end came with a little flourish, and Audie clapped, cheering. "Good job, kiddo."
"I did it!" Grainger grinned, the wiggly tooth in the front almost out, dark eyes lit up with happiness.
"You did."
"I like that song," Randi said, mouth full of ginger snap.
Grainger beamed, looking like he was going to bust open.
Lord, those two were thick as thieves. "Miss Randi did real well today. So did Sara."
"Did you have fun, bumble bee?"
"Uh-huh. Mr. Audie said Sarge could be just mine to ride."
"Really?" Dixon's brows drew down. "That means you have to take care of him, too. Right, Audie?"
"Well, I'll see to his day to day for now, but yeah. I'll expect you to groom and bathe and all, kiddo. Clean his tack."
"I will. I promise."
"Oh, bumble bee. I don't know if we can promise that right now."
"Daddy! Daddy, no. Don't say that!"
"Why don't you guys all go help Grace in the kitchen, huh?" He wanted to make sure Dixon knew he wasn't asking for anything, money or commitment or whatever.
They all scrambled, gathering dishes with a clatter.
He chuckled when they fled. "They think we're fixing to argue."
"Are we? That sounds like a lot of work."

"I think so, too."   
Copyright BA 2014 
What's On Screen (or which muses are riding my heinie right now)

Oh, y'all. I'm working on a m/m contemporary that's focused on cowboys and their kids. I'm working on a new series called Spirit Quest that is a m/m paranormal set in Glenwood Springs, Colorado and I'm working on a hot little contemporary playing with stereotypes, musicians, and rednecks. ;-) 

Oldies but goodies

Thanks to her attempt to make it as a freelance writer, Sara McGregor is on a tour of the west, ending it at a Wyoming dude ranch. She's just there to do an interview on the simple life, but things get very complicated when she meets Cal Pearson. He's nothing like the men she knows back in Berkley; he's arrogant, rude, and he calls her darlin', and she sets out to prove to the irritating cowboy that she's not one bit attracted to him.
Too bad it isn't true. Sara and Cal fight it out with humor, stubbornness and a healthy dose of lust, finding out that you can make love work if you're just willing to find a little common ground, in or out of the bedroom, and Sara gets the one thing she never thought she'd want. Her very own cowboy.
Available in print at  Amazon, and in ebook from Resplendence Publishing.

The little yellow VW Bug coughed and sputtered, almost growling at her as it crawled up a little road in the midst of the Bighorn Mountains. Sara patted the dashboard, unwilling to admit that the sick, scared feeling in the pit of her stomach wasn't exhaustion and a reaction to the altitude.
"Come on, baby. Up this hill, one more hill. Then I'll interview Mr. and Mrs. Callahan, spend a day or two taking pictures and we're gold. Goodbye Wyoming, hello California." Seven months she'd been on the road, visiting one ranch after another. Sara had been so excited when her agent, Anna, had called in February as she was having breakfast with her folks in the house they shared in Berkeley.
"Sara, lovely, have I got a deal for you. A travelogue. Dude ranches, cattle ranches, cowboys and horses and cows. True romance."
Sara shoved her dark hair from in front of her face. Romance. Right. Dust and heat. Filthy animals and lizards and bugs-oh, God, the bugs. Still, she needed the money and the book and all she had to do was finished it and maybe-just maybe-Mom wouldn't be on the cell phone every seventeen seconds trying to convince her that she needed to head home right now and go back to school.
She just didn't want to spend her life in the classroom.
The dust kicked up, made both her and the Bug cough, and she rolled up the window. Of course, she didn't want to spend her life in the boonies either.
It wasn't that the area wasn't beautiful-the summer was faded, the evergreens mixing with the changing leaves to make things colorful and bright. The mountains were stunning, a welcome change to the vast desert in Arizona, the flat Oklahoma prairies, the bleak Texas plains.
Still, Sara missed the easy pace of Berkeley. The ocean, the coffee shops, the people who actually seemed to be living in the modern world and not following some ancient cowboy code. Decent vegan restaurants.
Oh, what she wouldn't give for a nice falafel wrap...
The Bug made it, sputtering and dying in the parking lot, a wisp of white steam leaking out which Sara resolutely ignored. She'd let it cool down, get her interviews and notes and pictures and maybe a night or two of good sleep. Then she'd baby the old yellow car home. Dad could park it in the garage and she could buy a nice fuel-friendly Toyota with the money from her book.
"Looks like that old bomb needs some work, honey."
The voice was deep and gravelly, and the man attached to it was tall, broad and bowlegged, face and eyes shadowed by a gray felt hat.
Sara couldn't decide whether to be more offended by the honey or the old bomb and she rolled her eyes, grabbing her briefcase from the back seat, cotton shirt trying to pull free from her slacks. "Thank you for the observation. I don't suppose you could direct me to where I might find Mr. Callahan?"
"Sure. He'd be up at the main house. I'll walk you up." The hat got pushed back far enough she could see a weathered face with blue eyes and almost white brows. And a measuring look. "If you're a guest, you sure ain't dressed for it."
She resisted the urge to smooth her blouse, check to see if her little black heeled sandals-and thank goodness she was heading home soon because it was getting seriously chilly for sandals and her good boots were still in the closet at home-had avoided the dust. "I'm not here to play cowboy, no. I'm doing research for a book and the Callahans have agreed to allow me to interview them, photograph the house."
She got a good look at what she assumed was the main house as she turned. It was breath-taking-natural wood and stone, huge windows, a vast, inviting porch with fans and cozy seats and what looked like a hand-carved rail all the way around. It was nestled right into the side of the mountain, the afternoon sun turning everything to a warm gold.
"No kiddin'? Well, they sure are nice folks." The man's tone implied that the Callahans would have to be nice to do an interview with her and maybe that she was nuts. Of course, maybe that offensive drawl was his normal mode of communication. The man held the door for her on her way in and pointed her to a little reception area.
"If they're expectin' you, just tell Sally there and she'll get you set up. Enjoy, honey."
She rolled her eyes, held out her hand. "Sara McGregor. Thanks."
There, she'd introduced herself to tall, broad and laconic. 

Free Read for Y'all :D

Lovin' Life: A Sara's Cowboy Story - Part 21

There was something wrong with Sara.

Cal had watched her for two babies, watched her through both pregnancies and she'd never looked so down, so tired. She had circles under her eyes the size of saucers and she cried, all the time.

"Momma? Can you come down to the house, please?"

"Sure, son. What's up?"

"Sara. Sara's... I don't know, Momma. She's not good and I don't know how to help her and I can't make it better." And Cal was scared.

"I'm on my way." Just like that. No bitching, no fretting. I'm on my way. "Give me an hour. No. An hour and a half. I'll stop and buy steaks to cook."

"She might not eat them."

Momma snorted. "She's anemic. She'll eat."

He finished with the feeding and headed to the house, his steps slowing down, at least until Jonah came barreling out, wearing nothing but his pajama bottoms and a coat. "DADDY! DADDY!"

That was pure panic and he took off like a shot. "Jonah? Son? What's wrong?"

"Mommy! Mommy fell down and I can't wake her up!"


He pushed in the house, eyes searching for his Sara. "Sara! Sara, where are you?"

"Bedroom. Daddy, bedroom."

He ran in, the sight of his wife, his lover, collapsed on the floor, black hair spread out everywhere in a mess. Oh, God. No. No. That was his Sara.

His love.

His life.

She took a long shaky breath and his heart started again.

"Get your sister and go to the front room," he barked. "Now."

"Yes, sir."

Em was curled up next to Sara on the floor, tears streaming down her face, thumb in her mouth. Oh, god. Oh, god.

He dropped to his knees. "Sara? Sara, darlin'? Talk to me."

Her eyes opened, the expression dazed, but she was breathing, she knew him. "Cal? I... I don't feel so good. Can you call Doc Isaac, please?"

"You know it. Let's get you up on the bed, huh? The floor is cold."

Jonah was standing there, staring with wide eyes, Emily wrapped around him.  Okay.

Okay, he had this.

He picked her up, eased her onto the bed. "I'm calling doc. You stay there."

She blinked up at him. "I swear. I love you."

"I know. You stay. You stay still."

"I promise."

He grabbed his phone and called down to the main house, telling Jeanie that he needed the doc, now, before bending down and getting a double handful of his scared babies.

"I did okay, Daddy? I came for you."

"You did perfect, son. Perfect. I'm proud of you."

"Is Momma gonna die?" Em asked.

"Absolutely not." No. He needed her too much.

Come on, Momma. I need you. I need your help.

Copyright 2014 BA Tortuga

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Whats new with Rhys Bowen

Summer News from Rhys Bowen
 Summertime and the living is easy. Right?
Not for many of us. My summer so far has been fun, but certainly not lying in a hammock with a cool drink in my hand.
In mid May we went to Europe for six weeks. I met with various producers and editors in London and then signed books at the Warsaw bookfair in Poland. My books are published in Polish but I was gobsmacked (as they say in UK) when I spotted a whole bookstore window displaying my books at THE OLDEST BOOKSTORE IN EUROPE.P1100583

After that it was vacation time: a few days in Rome, a brilliant cruise up the Adriatic coast and then some kicking back time in the Dordogne in France before more work in England.
As soon as I got home I had to start work on the next Georgie book that I am calling Malice at the Palace. Do you like the title? It features a royal wedding ( a real one). And a fictitious corpse. And lots of hijinks at Kensington Palace where Kate and Will now live.

But just when I was going full steam ahead real life intervened, in the form of my son's wedding. We had relatives arriving from across the world and went up to a remote mountain site where we slept in yurts. We hosted the rehearsal dinner at a restaurant on the lake and the ceremony took place among tall pine trees. Very lovely. dom's weddinig 4

No sooner was that over but I have to do edits on my next Molly book, due out next spring and called THE EDGE OF DREAMS.  Here is a sneak peek at the cover. What do you think?edge of dreams

    And in less than two weeks, on August 5th, my next Lady Georgie book, QUEEN OF HEARTS, is published.
QueenOfHearts_cover2 (2)  I am taking Georgie across the Atlantic and winding up in Hollywood. It was such fun to satirize the excesses of Hollywood in the 30s. And a few real movie stars make cameo appearances. Of course Darcy shows up, and Georgie's naughty mother and her hopeless maid.... and a jewel thief and a body. It's one big romp and already has a starred review from Publisher's Weekly and four and a half stars from RT Reviews. What a great start.

I won't be doing a big tour this time, just the West Coast essentially. Here is the schedule:
August 5 Book Passage, Corte Madera. Launch party with champagne and goodies.
August 6, 5:30  Copperfield's Santa Rosa. Dinner and book talk.
August 7, 7 p.m. Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego, CA.
August 8  2:30 p.m. Book Carnival, Orange, CA
August 8, 7 p.m. Vroman's Bookstore, Pasadena, CA
August 9th 2 p.m. Poisoned Pen, Scottsdale, AZ

If you plan to come, please recheck the times with the stores as they do change.
And if you can't come and would like a personalized signed book, you can contact any of the above stores and they will have me sign and ship one to you. Poisoned Pen especially does this very well.

And if you like listening to the audio version of my books, Audible will be releasing this around the same day the book comes out. Again with the fabulous Katherine Kellgren reading it.

Which brings me to another piece of good news. Katherine won the Audie award for best female narrator for reading The Twelve Clues of Christmas. She even beat out Meryl Streep. Yay Katy!

And for those of you who have asked about the status of the Royal Spyness movie--all I can tell you is that it's progressing slowly. They have just taken a new script writer on board and we hope that the script is finally what they want and we can go into production. Of course I'll keep you updated. I should have other exciting snippets of news to share next time I write to you!

Link to my website
    Thank you for all your letters. I'm so glad that you enjoy reading Molly Murphy and Lady Georgie's adventures. I certainly still enjoy writing them.
If you want to keep up with my day to day news (and see lots of lovely pictures of my trip and the wedding, then please go to my Facebook page and click LIKE. It's

I am also on Twitter as @rhysbowen AND I am part of a fabulous group blog with other bestselling authors. It's called Jungle Red Writers and you can find us at www.jungleredwriterscom

So I think that's enough news for today. I hope to see some of you at my events.
Stay in touch and happy reading!


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July 2014

Dear Readers:
This should reach you just as I’m flying away for the first leg of a summer book tour that will continue into September. I’ll spend the rest of July in Texas and Oklahoma and then fly back to the northeast where I’ve got appearances scheduled for the Hamptons, the Hudson Valley, New England, western New York, and right here at home in the New York City suburbs. You can find all my appearances listed at the end of this newsletter, and follow me on Facebook and Twitter for updates on television appearances, an upcoming NPR interview, print media, blog tours, and giveaways.
I’ll be signing my newest thriller THE PERFECT STRANGER (HarperCollins, August 2014), which goes on sale next week wherever print and digital books are sold. You can pre-order a copy from your favorite bookseller or online retailer, or find it on store and library shelves and available for download beginning next Tuesday.
The Perfect Stranger signing at Thrillerfest
Signing the first copies at Thrillerfest last week
RT Bookreviews Magazine weighed in with an early four star review: “In a word: terrifying. The author’s latest thriller combines a main character who quickly wins the reader’s heart with tense drama that propels the story forward. The well-plotted mystery features a particularly malevolent villain whose actions will make readers think twice about relationships that develop in cyberspace.”
To set the stage for THE PERFECT STRANGER, you can read my e-novella prequel COLD HEARTED and view my video trailer here:
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Cold Hearted

This summer has been too crowded with writing deadlines and business travel to allow for our usual family vacation, but I’ve loved having my oldest son home from college and we did manage to sneak away to Vermont to visit colleges with our younger son for a few days in June.
Sailing Lake Champlain on board the Northern Lights
Sailing Lake Champlain on board the Northern Lights

Our first glimpse of Chance the Cat
Our first glimpse of Chance the Cat
We also had a little adventure that those of you who follow me on Facebook witnessed as it unfolded. One night in early June, we came home to find this enormously pregnant stray cat on our doorstep.
Mama Chance and her kittens converted my office to a nursery
Mama Chance and her kittens converted my office to a nursery

She was sweet and affectionate and starving—and made it clear she wasn’t going anywhere. We fed her and tried unsuccessfully to find an owner for a few days, keeping her safely indoors at night to protect her and her unborn kittens from predators. We’ve never had pets because of my husband’s allergies, but even he fell in love with her. By the time the wonderful people at Community Cats, our local rescue, stepped in a few days later, we’d decided she was destined to be our cat. Because my husband and sons are working all summer and I’ll be traveling, we weren’t equipped to keep her and her impending brood just yet. She was with Community Cats when she delivered a healthy litter of six adorable kittens.
We faced a harrowing health scare soon after they were born when she came down with a life-threatening bacterial infection, but we got her the emergency medical care she needed and she and the kittens survived and are thriving. My wonderful friend Laura and her family have stepped in to offer the feline family a foster home, so that’s where they’ll stay until my summer travels are over and the kittens have been weaned.
A basketful of romping, snoozing cuteness
A basketful of romping, snoozing cuteness
After that, Chance will come home to us and most of the kittens have eager families lined up to adopt them. A happy footnote: on the day I brought Chance and the kittens home from the urgent care, she checked out the whole house, then methodically moved the babies one by one from our living room to this cramped corner beside my desk in my office.
Mama Chance and her kittens converted my office to a nursery
Mama Chance and her kittens converted my office to a nursery
It’s as if she already knows where I happen to spend nearly every waking hour when I’m home, and she was making herself comfortable so that she can become my constant companion and my muse. So don’t be surprised if you find yourself reading about Chance and her brood in a future novel. Just saying....
I’ll be in touch again soon with more news and a tour update. Meanwhile, I’d love to see some of you during my travels, so be sure to look for me in the following locations:
Tuesday, July 22 at 11:45 AM
Signing Event
HMS Host
San Antonio Airport San Antonio, Texas
Tuesdsay, July 22 from 6:30 – 9:30 PM
Dinner Speaker
RWA Kiss of Death Chapter Annual General Meeting
Rivercenter Hotel San Antonio, Texas
July 23 through 27
RWA National Conference
Marriott Rivercenter Hotel San Antonio, Texas
Wednesday, July 23 from 5:30 till 7:30 p.m.
RWA Literacy Autographing
Marriott Rivercenter Hotel San Antonio, Texas

Friday, July 25 from 9:45 till 11:15 AM
Avon Publisher Booksigning
River Center Hotel San Antonio, Texas

Friday, July 25 4:30 PM
RWA Conference Criminal Minds Workshop presented with Karen Rose
Riverwalk Hotel San Antonio, Texas

Saturday, July 26 11:00 AM
Signing Event
Fort Hood (AAFES) Exchange Fort Hood, Texas
Monday, July 28 at 6:30 PM
Signing Event
Murder by the Book Mystery Bookstore
2342 Bissonnet Street Houston, TX 77005

Tuesday, July 29 at 7:00 PM
Speaking/Signing Event
Tulsa City County Library
8316 E. 93 St., Tulsa, OK 74133
For more information: 918-549-7556
Friday, August 1 at 7:00 PM
Signing Event with Alison Gaylin
Oblong Books
6422 Montgomery St #6, Rhinebeck, NY 12572
For more information: (845) 876-0500

Saturday, August 2 from 2:00 till 4:00 PM
Speaking/Signing Event with Alison Gaylin
Westport Public Library
20 Jesup Road, Westport, CT 06880
For more information: 203.291.4818

Tuesday, August 5 at 7:00 PM
Speaking/Signing Event
Katonah Village Library
26 Bedford Rd, Katonah, NY 10536
For more information (914) 232-3508
Wednesday, August 6 at 7:00 PM MADISON, CT
Speaking/Signing Event
RJ Julia Bookstore
768 Boston Post Rd, Madison, CT 06443
For more information: (203) 245-3959
Thursday, August 7 at 8:00 PM
Signing Event
41 Main St, East Hampton, NY 11937
For more information: (631) 324-4939
Saturday, August 9 at 7:00 PM
Signing Event with Alison Gaylin
Northshire Books
424 Broadway, Saratoga Springs, NY
For more information: 518.682.4200
Tuesday, August 26 from 5:30 till 7:00 PM
Speaking/Signing Event with Alison Gaylin
Dunkirk Free Library
536 Central Ave, Dunkirk, NY 14048
For more information (716) 366-2511
Wednesday, August 27 at 7:00 PM
Signing Event with Alison Gaylin
Talking Leaves Books
951 Elmwood Ave, Buffalo, NY 14222
For more information: (716) 884-9524

August 29 ‐ September 1 (Labor Day Weekend)
Spencertown Academy Arts Center
Festival of Books
Chatham, NY
Wednesday, September 3 at 7:00 PM
Speaking/Signing Event
Wilton Library
137 Old Ridgefield Road Wilton, CT 06897
For more information: 203-762-3950
Thursday, September 18 at 7:00 PM
Fairfield Library Speaking/Signing Event with Alison Gaylin
1080 Old Post Rd, Fairfield, CT
For more information: (203) 256-3155
Be sure to follow me on Facebook and Twitter for updates on the tour—including upcoming television interviews and an NPR radio segment—along with news about the book and of course, Mama Chance and her brood!
Thanks for reading!
Till next time,

Wendy Corsi Staub

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