I was fortunate to have had three book events celebrating A MURDER FOR THE BOOKS over the last week:
First, a book discussion and signing for my book launch on Tues., Dec. 12th at Scuppernong Books in Greensboro, NC.
Then a book signing at the Triangle Town Center Barnes & Noble in Raleigh, NC on Sat., Dec. 16th
And finally, a book signing at Page 158 Books in Wake Forest, NC on Sun., Dec. 17th
All three went splendidly and I would like to thank the very gracious bookstores who hosted me and my book!
Thanks to my local chapter of Sisters in Crime –Murder We Write — I was able to participate in the annual book festival sponsored by Bookmarks this year.
The event is held in Winston-Salem, NC every year and it is wonderful gathering of authors and readers.
Here are some photos from our booth at this great event —
Nothing’s more exciting than unboxing a bunch of Advanced Reader Copies (ARCs) of my book.
Unless it’s unboxing the actual hardback copies of course! (That will be in Dec.!)
I’ve always loved history, which is one reason I studied art history in college, and became a librarian and researcher.
So when my brother discovered a trunk full of old family photo albums and postcard albums as we were helping my mom pack up her house this week, I was in history heaven!
Just a few of the photos (wish we knew who all the people were — the photos were not labeled) and postcards. The photos appear to be from the 1800s. The postcards are dated from around 1906 to 1927.
Now I must figure out how to preserve all this history!