BLOOD LILY in Arizona– Tonight!

By the time this post goes up, I’ll already be up in the wild blue yonder (or the wild gray yonder), winging my way to Arizona for my reading and signing tonight at the Poisoned Pen in Scottsdale.

Time: Tonight! (Tuesday, February 9th) 7:00
Place: The Poisoned Pen, 4014 North Goldwater Boulevard

See you there!!


  1. Stephanie Ball on February 9, 2010 at 2:12 pm

    Sad, Arizona.. So much closer but not close enough. COME TO OREGON.. Portland would work lots of barns and nobles/borders and what not to talk at. Heck call a coffee shop and tell them. We will behave ourselves.

  2. Stephanie Ball on February 9, 2010 at 2:16 pm

    Well as well as Amy would behave 0:-)

  3. Jane on February 9, 2010 at 7:11 pm

    Denver has one of the largest independent bookstores in the country: Tattered Cover. I doubt you can persuade your publisher to change anything on the tour now, but please, remember us for the future!


  4. Beena Shah on February 10, 2010 at 1:41 am

    I attended the event and it was wonderful to meet you! I enjoyed the discussion. As I said, u really did a great job bringing India to life in the Blood Lily. I can’t wait for your next book, though Henrietta will always be my favorite pink heroine! Hope you come back soon! 🙂

  5. D. J. La Haie on February 10, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    It was wonderful to hear such interesting discussion on early 19th century India and Georgette Heyer, and, of course, Pink VI. Definitely have to go back and re-read Regency Buck. Hope to see you again, and bring back Lord Vaughn!

  6. Vara on February 10, 2010 at 9:44 pm

    Finally, got my hands on the Blood Lily. Of course another un-put-downable creation, needless to say! I have thoroughly enjoyed all your books and amazed at your research abilities.

    Just wanted to mention something that was bugging me. India has many-limbed Gods, and I don’t remember seeing a many-legged one. Most of them have more than a pair of hands, an early example of multi-tasking and parallel processing. Don’t ask me why hindu myths don’t have many-legged gods, probably because they could beam themselves up (or down) anywhere without Scotty, and many legs were kind of superfluous.
    Having got that out of the way, I am thoroughly enjoying a book by a non-Indian, dealing with an India, that is not Bombay or Delhi or even Calcutta.
    And yes, I used to live in Madras. In a different life!
    Now I can get back to Pen in peace.

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