We pause now, for a brief commercial break: I’m stoked to announce a series of events with the Kitsap Regional Library system this spring. If you live nearby or happen to be in the area, come on out. It will be great to meet you in person. The library events will be readings and talks, with hopefully some good question/answer and discussion afterward. We’ll also have books for sale and of course, I’m more than happy to inscribe and sign. Details:
Poulsbo, WA Library: Saturday, April 6th, 2:00pm
Silverdale, WA Library: Monday, April 8th, 6:00pm
Downtown Bremerton, WA Library: Monday, April 15th, 6:00pm
Little Boston, WA Library: Monday, April 22nd, 6:00pm
Manchester, WA Library: Monday, April 29th, 6:00pm
Seattle-to-Bainbridge Ferry: Thursday, June 27th, 4:40pm sailing
If you want more information about the book or to check the “official” event schedule, please visit my website HERE. (If you got here from the website, well then, you already know where it is.)
Also, while we’re taking care of book biz, some kind words from the Washington State Parks System HERE. We will now return you to regularly scheduled programming. Thanks!
Hi everyone! We have a full slate of book readings/signings for Closer to the Ground coming up, and I hope you can make it out to one of them. Here are the dates and places:
Friday, November 9th……….Avid Reader in Davis, CA at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 10th…..Sports Basement Presidio in San Francisco, CA at 4:00pm
Sunday, November 11th…….Diesel Books in Berkeley, CA at 3:00pm
Tuesday, November 13th……Collected Works in Santa Fe, NM at 6:00pm
Thursday, November 15th….The Kings English in Salt Lake City, UT at 7:00pm
Friday, November 16th……..Dolly’s Bookstore in Park City, UT at 6:30pm
Come on out if you can–it would be awesome to meet you in person. Hope you are all well.
This is a picture of the work Skyla and I did on Saturday night at the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association annual trade show. As I mentioned in the previous post, she came along to be my helper, and she performed her jobs–helping me navigate through Tacoma, opening books to the signing page, keeping the signing table organized–admirably. We met booksellers from all over the Pacific Northwest, every one of them kind, encouraging and interested.
But the high point for me came when people started asking Skyla to sign the books. Watching her carefully write her name and proudly hand a book to someone will be a lasting memory. Almost as good as the first salmon she boated on her own this summer.