Monthly Archives: May 2011

And the Winners are… Armchair BEA giveaways

I wish everyone could have won, but  unfortunately it isn’t possible. The two winners were chosen at random by my kiddos drawing numbers out of our handy-dandy prize bucket.  They think this is one of the small perks of being … Continue reading

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Free Skype Visits for Summer Book Clubs

Skype is my newly discovered love. It was a fantastic experience to skype (new verb?) with classrooms around the country on World Read Aloud day. I’d like to continue to connect with readers, so I’m offering free 20 minute Skype … Continue reading

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Book Bloggers – One Author’s View

Believe it or not, many authors are intimidated to approach book bloggers. I know a certain percentage aren’t and those bombard bloggers for reviews, but they really are a very small percentage. The rest of us are cowering at our desks … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA Giveaway! ARC of THE NIGHT CIRCUS

Edited: Click here for the winner. I am so excited to be able to host a giveaway of a signed ARC of Erin Morgenstern’s THE NIGHT CIRCUS, one of the ‘Big Books of BEA, Adult Titles’.   The book looks fabulous and … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA Giveaway! WILDFIRE RUN signed hardcover

Edited: Click here for the winner. I gave one of my ARCs of my forthcoming book, WOLF STORM, to the organizers of Armchair BEA for their sponsors’ giveaways, but I also want to offer a copy of my first book, WILDFIRE … Continue reading

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Armchair BEA 2011 – Introduction

Many thanks to those awesome bloggers who came up with the idea for Armchair BEA! http://www.armchairbea.com/ I love the idea of finding out about all the people out there who love books. Now that I spend so much time writing, sadly, … Continue reading

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The Bookstore of the Future

Should all bookstores in the future have a resident cat? No, even though I would like to see that, I just used this picture because I am a cat person. What can bookstores do to survive? I can’t imagine a … Continue reading

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