Category Archives: Pandamoon Publishing

Upcoming Events: Readings, Bloggings, and Thongs

Oh gosh, where to start?

Monday, June 13 I’ll be in Baltimore for the Ivy Bookstore’s Starts Here! Reading series hosted by the always delightful Jen Michalski, I’ll be reading with a stellar line up featuring Art Taylor, Tara Laskowski, Sherrie Flick, and Paula Whyman. 7pm at Artifact Coffee.

STARTS HERE! LOGO5

Saturday, June 18 I’ll be at Loudoun Co Library’s first Eat Local Read Local festival, which runs 11-4. I’ll have a table inside Cascade Library where I’ll be signing/selling books, and later in the afternoon I’ll give a short reading. Cool poster:

Eat Local Read Local Flier

Right now I’m quite busy preparing materials for my upcoming blog tour, which will take place  July 11-15. The tour is being arranged by TNBBC’s Lori Hettler, and I’m really excited by what she’s put together.

Also in the near future–there will be some social media changes in my life, including the launch of an author page on Facebook. I’ve resisted doing this for a while, but the time has come, especially since I’m doing so much promotion with Pandamoon Publishing. I’m sure my friends will be grateful for the relief in their feeds!

Finally, the marketing manager is playing with putting The Juliet art on items in the Cafe Press store. I can’t wait to show you what The Juliet underpants look like.

Advertisements
Tagged , , , , , ,

Signed up for the Pandamoon Publishing Newsletter yet? + Book Tour News

Pandamoon recently launched a super-cute newsletter called Club Panda. Please consider subscribing for articles from all the pandas plus PP news. For example, did you know we’re looking for ARC reviewers for The Juliet, which releases next month.

In other news, I have a few readings coming up, and I’m just so humbled to be welcomed to stores, classes, and reading series on such short notice. Traditionally, events need to be scheduled several months ahead of time, but I’ve already got one hell of a launch week set up, plus appearances scheduled well into Fall. Those are all mostly local (details soon), but if my experience touring with Death Wishing is any indicator, the local events preceded my best spikes in sales. DC/Baltimore/NoVa is a readers’ island, and I’m lucky to be here at this point in my career.

Tagged ,