As much as I’d love to be everywhere to celebrate the launch of Two Wars and a Wedding, that would defy the laws of time and space– and radically exceed the amount of childcare I can rustle up.

I so hope I’ll see many of you this coming month in Fairfield, Connecticut with Sarah Penner and Heather Webb on March 21 (ticketed); NYC with Lynda Loigman on March 22; Woodstock, Georgia with Piper Huguley on March 23; Pawleys Island, South Carolina— with a chance to win a sheep pin!– on March 24 (ticketed); Scottsdale, Arizona on March 25; Loudonville, NY on April 4; Winchester, MA on April 11; and Watch Hill, Rhode Island with Deborah Goodrich Royce on April 12 (ticketed).

But for everyone who can’t make it in person, I have some virtual events lined up!

— Monday, March 20, all day: I’ll be posting on the Romance of Reading Facebook page.

— Monday, March 20, 7pm ET: I’ll be appearing live with Elise Hooper on the Likewise app!  (It’s free, but you do have to sign up for Likewise to view.)

— Monday, March 21, 1pm ET: I’ll be speaking to the Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law as part of their Literary Lawyers series– so if you’re a member, you can sign up here!

— Saturday, March 25, 2pm PT: the Poisoned Pen live event will be livestreamed on their Facebook livestream!

— Tuesday, April 18, 7pm ET: I’ll be speaking on Step into the Story with Donna Alward, which you can watch on YouTube.

Would you like me to Zoom with your library or book group?  Drop me a note, and we’ll see if we can make it happen!

If you’d like a signed book, but can’t make it to any of the events, just reach out to Shakespeare & Co, FoxTale Book Shoppe, or the Poisoned Pen and they’d be happy to have me sign one to you and then send it your way!


  1. Elizabeth (AKA Miss Eliza) on March 16, 2023 at 6:34 pm

    Oh I was hoping Poisoned Pen would livestream!

  2. Sheila Churchill on March 17, 2023 at 9:27 pm

    This is great news! Thanks

  3. Carol Smith on February 9, 2024 at 8:04 pm

    I just finished “Two Wars & a Wedding”, and I thoroughly enjoyed it, particularly due to my grandfather being a rough rider who was with Roosevelt in Cuba. Not sure that he fought as he was a pastry chef trained in Germany. This was my introduction to your works but I will be reading more! Historical fiction is my favorite genre and you excel. Thank you.

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