Saturday, August 12, 2017

Brave Deeds on tour



The bags are packed. The Jeep is gassed. The road is waiting.

Early Monday morning, I will set out on a driving tour of bookstores in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, signing copies of Brave Deeds and, at various locations, reading from the novel during evening events. I’m looking forward to meeting readers on the road.

Let me rephrase that: I’m looking forward to meeting readers at the bookstore events. Good gracious, I hope they’re not standing on the road, despite the reliability of my new Jeep’s brakes.

My publicist and I are still working on future events--and I’ll add the new dates and events as they come up--but for now, here’s where I’ll be in the next two weeks, with links to the Facebook events page where possible:

August 14:  Ketchum, ID (The Community Library, sponsored by Iconoclast Books)
August 15:  Sunriver, OR (Sunriver Books)
August 16:  Portland, OR (Powell’s Books, Burnside location)
August 17:  Bellingham, WA (Village Books)
August 21:  Seattle, WA (Elliott Bay Book Company)
August 22:  Spokane, WA (Auntie’s Bookstore)
August 23:  Moscow, ID (Book People of Moscow)

And here are some other future events we’ve scheduled:

August 26:  Billings, MT (This House of Books)
August 28:  Bozeman, MT (Country Bookshelf)
August 29:  Livingston, MT (Elk River Books)
September 16:  Great Falls, MT (Casseopeia Books)
September 28-October 1:  Missoula, MT (Montana Book Festival, TBD)
November 4-5:  Austin, TX (Texas Book Festival, TBD)
November 9:  Houston, TX (Brazos Bookstore)
November 10:  Dallas, TX (Interabang Books)
November 11:  St. Petersburg, FL (Tampa Bay Times Festival of Reading)
November 13:  New York City (Center for Fiction)

I’ll see you on the road. And hey, remember to watch for cars and be careful out there!


5 comments:

  1. Best wishes, hope your tour is a hit with your readers, or let me rephrase that, hope your book has a wonderful reception with the readers!

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    1. I'll keep a sharp eye out on the road. :)

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  2. Grrrwhy do publishers despise Tennessee?

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    1. Terry, trust me, I've lobbied--and lobbied HARD--to get to your wonderful state. It hasn't worked out yet, but I won't give up trying...

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  3. CONGRATULATIONS, DAVID ABRAMS! So many cities! 17 events! Who is your editor?

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