I’ve had a few days to wind down from the book release and the blog tour and I wanted to say a big thank you to everyone who bought my book, tweeted or shared about my book, or hosted me on their blog during my release time!
It can be lonely sending a book out into the world, but I didn’t feel alone because you showed up–to buy the book, to review the book, to share my posts and tweets, and to comment on blog posts–and let me know you were there beside me.
It means the world to me. So thank you so much for all your support.
I have a few bits of news to share…
Book Review & Giveaway
Suze Lavender gave both books a fantastic review and let me guest post about my Top 5 Reads in 2017. She’s also running an international giveaway of The Girl Who Saved Ghosts that ends in 7 days so get your entries in!
Lisa Haselton interviewed me over on her blog and we talked about my writing process and how I do research for the books.
Writers in the Storm let me take over their blog to talk about writing disasters and how to cope and overcome them.
MEGA YA PAPERBACK GIVEAWAY
I’m one of many authors from across the world giving away a copy of my paperback in November in YA Books Central’s Around the World Giveaway. Get your entries in soon!
I’m also participating in an ebook giveaway that ends in 5 days! You could win all these ebooks!
To find out more details and enter the giveaway go here:
On a personal note, I turned 40 and changed my hair. This is my third time being a redhead and I love it.
I had a great birthday–I did everything I wanted to do!
Finished reading Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House, which is an epically good work of psychological ghost story. Then I read My Fair Godmother, which had a fun twist on time travel.
I watched Guardians of the Galaxy 2 and laughed so much that I ended up rewatching it a few more times. My favorite scene was when Rocket and Yondu took over the ship.
I hung out with Emerson all day and night.
And I ate Carvel ice cream cake. It was such a relaxing day!
I did my first craft fair on November 5. I met some cool people, sold some books, and had a great time. Mom was there to help me every step of the way. This past week, the vertigo has been acting up from all the activity, but I’m not letting it stop me. I’ll rest as much as I can between events and eat my peppermint candies.
Here’s where I’ll be the rest of this month if you’d like to meet me and pick up a signed copy of any of my books:
|November 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.||In Meriden, CT, at the Horace C. Wilcox Technical High School (298 Oregon Road): author selling and signing books.|
|November 26th from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.||In Southington, CT, at the AquaTurf Convention Center craft fair (Mulberry St.): selling and signing books.|
99 Cent Sale for The Six Train to Wisconsin
From November 19-24, The Six Train to Wisconsin will be on sale for just 99 cents! That’s 80% off the retail price. If you haven’t gotten a copy yet, pick it up on those days on Kindle: