BAND OF SISTERS Tour– four new events!
Happy Monday, all! As the book tour like no other book tour continues, I have a whole new crop of free, virtual events coming up this week!
— Tonight! Monday, March 15, 8pm: Literature Lovers’ Night Out with Kate Quinn (The Alice Network) & Elizabeth Wetmore (Valentine).
Literature Lovers’ Night Out is a legendary book event, and I’m so excited to be part of one! Just click here to register. (Signed books are available for sale from Valley Bookseller and Excelsior Bay Books.)
— Tuesday, March 16, 6pm: In Conversation with Andrea Penrose at Pequot Library. Some of you may remember that way, way back I taught a class at Yale about the Regency romance novel with fellow author and good friend Cara Elliott. Cara Elliott may have changed pen names to Andrea Penrose, but we’re still good friends and still have a ton to talk about, whether it’s Smithies in the Somme or the origin and development of the Regency romance sub-genre. We’re officially talking about Band of Sisters, but could be induced to answer questions on whatever topic you like. Just head over here to register.
Wednesday, March 17, 12pm: Ask Me Anything: Writing edition! Okay, this isn’t one of the week’s official events, but just so you know, I’ll be doing my Wednesday Facebook livestream Ask Me Anything about writing this week! Be sure to send any questions you might have about writing or the writing life my way….
Wednesday, March 17, 7pm: A Band of Sisters Book Talk, hosted by Greenwich Public Library. Back to our regularly scheduled program, on Wednesday night (happy St. Patrick’s Day!), I’ll be talking about Band of Sisters at Greenwich Public Library with marvelous performing arts librarian Dora Salm. Register here. The program will also be available for viewing on the library’s You Tube channel. Signed books are available from Diane’s Books of Greenwich.
Thursday, March 18, 7pm: Jane Healey’s Historical Happy Hour, in which two authors geek out about historical fiction together. I’m so excited to be this month’s guest at Jane’s brand new historical happy hour series! We will be talking about All The Things, so tune in and join us! More information and registration link here.
See you out and about on the internet!
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