From NYC to San Francisco

I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to post. A lot has happened (and is happening) with the NAMELESS release approaching. Here’s the five second version:

I went to Book Expo America in NYC with a few Cubies (Jo and Lois!) and my delightful agent, Amy Jameson, to do a signing for NAMELESS. (releases Oct 6)

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Caught a few plays on Broadway.

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Biked Central Park

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Hung with my old pal James Dashner.

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Met my publisher, the fearless Georgia McBride. (THIS WOMAN!)

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And spent a lot of time in airports.

Then, almost exactly a month later I went to ALA (American Library Association) in San Francisco for another signing.

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(I look like I’m challenging her to a dual or something)

 

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Had lunch with some author friends.

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Proper English Tea with my adorable publicists, Jaime Arnold, and some new blogger friends. (Thank you, Month9Books!)

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nd even survived my scary, haunted hotel.

From all of these experiences, I pretty much learned three things:
1. Readers/Bloggers/Librarians are amazing, lovely people
2. No matter how wonderful the adventure, coming home to my husband and kids is always the best
3. I dislike airports on a molecular level

My next stop is Raleigh, NC in September for the Southern Independent Booksellers Assoc.  Between now and then I have a lot of writing to do and a lot of childrens’ soccer and baseball games to attend. 😛

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