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HOME BOOK PARTY

Today I had the very enjoyable afternoon giving a home book launch party. Except for an opportunity to give an event at my church, there had not been a reading in Marin (my home county.) So I did that today … Continue reading

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A GREAT TRIP TO MICHIGAN!

THE TRIP TO MICHIGAN WAS GREAT! I OUTSOLD MY BOOKS (again, even though I ordered three times as many!) The people were delightful, so very friendly and helpful. I was given honey from someone who keeps bees, thimbleberry jam—the fruit … Continue reading

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READING A GREAT SUCCESS!

I’m still high from yesterday’s event at Book Passage. Lots of people turned out. Many already had read the book, but came to support me. Others were new. It was exhilarating to see so many attentive faces. I was introduced … Continue reading

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Nifty Marketing Sites

For you writers out there, and anybody else trying to sell something, you probably have heard–over and over–that Social Media is essential if you want to catch the attention of prospective buyers. I admit I didn’t jump on the bandwagon … Continue reading

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