Launch Party, 20th Reunion, And Brooklyn Book Festival in 4 days


At Bin 300 Bistro release party for The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts


With Dorothy my Sunday school teacher at the release party


Chase Collegiate 20th reunion brunch


The Night Circus Themed Sesquicentennial Celebration at Chase Collegiate


A Sweet Maria’s layer cake for each school name!


Sweet Maria’s–I’ve never had such vanilla flavored vanilla cake!


The party






On Metro North to NYC the next morning with Mom for the Brooklyn Book Festival.


Lunch with Cousin A.


Diet Root Beer Float.


At the Brooklyn Book Festival in the MWA booth selling books!


At the Brooklyn Book Festival!

This has been my last four days in photos.

Now I’m gearing up for the Baltimore Book Festival this week!

I’ll be there Saturday, September 26, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., in the Author’s Tent on Pier 1 beside the USS Constellation ship. Stop by to say hi, chat writing, and ask questions about The Girl Who Ignored Ghosts!

And Boston friends, I just found out I have a spot at the Boston Book Festival in the Sisters in Crime booth from 4:00-5:00 p.m. on Saturday, October 24, signing books!

I had a blog Q&A with Samantha at Thoughts on Tomes about Kat’s best friend, her fav social media, and my inspiration. In case anyone wants to check it out. 🙂

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15 Responses to Launch Party, 20th Reunion, And Brooklyn Book Festival in 4 days

  1. Carrie Rubin says:

    Sounds like a wonderful time, and how fun you went with your mom to the book festival.

  2. Looks like you’ve been busy and having fun! 🙂

  3. EllaDee says:

    It needs nothing more than the pics… you look busy, happy, well and summery, very stylish 🙂

  4. Mayumi-H says:

    Cool pictures! Thanks for sharing! That is a really nice table display you’ve got, at both the release party and the NY Book fest. Very cool that your mom got to be with you at the table, too!

    • Thanks. My aunt helped with the display at the party–she’s the Martha Stewart of our family. She makes everything look great! It was awesome to have her help getting into the city and at the event. 🙂

  5. Ally Bean says:

    I’ve been wondering about what you’ve been up to– and can see that it has been fun. Love the photos.

  6. Sheila says:

    After all that, you deserve a Guinness float (that’s what I thought the root beer float was at first)!

  7. Looks like a fantastic party! Fall means book festivals – quite a few lined up there – but such cool places. Enjoy ( and rest when you can!)

    • I’m doing my best to get out there and find my readers. LOL. October is 10 x more hectic than September. I am trying to build in down time, but there are so many things I have to do and no one else can do them.

  8. Thanks. Sometimes a picture is worth 1000 words. 🙂 Hope these were. Hugs, K

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