Vamp City Book Tour Info

May 31, 2012 · 1 Comment

A Blood Seduction, book 1 in my new Vamp City series, is on sale now! To promote the new release, my publisher is sending me on tour with several other authors this weekend and next. If you’re in one of the areas where we’ll be signing, I’d love for you to come say hello!

 

 

 

My tour schedule:

 

Saturday, June 2, 2012 1:00 – 3:30 p.m.

You, Me, and Tea… with Romance’s Most Popular Authors

Central Library – Aaronson Auditorium

400 Civic Center

Tulsa, Oklahoma

Join Julia Quinn, Rachel Gibson, Elizabeth Boyle, and me as we discuss our inspirations, how we write, and the state of romance novels today. Book signing with our newest releases (A Blood Seduction!) and tea with light refreshments to follow. Fabulous door prizes, too!

 

Sunday, June 3, 2012 2:00 – 4:00pm

High Tea with Pamela Palmer and Four Other Authors!

Anderson’s Bookshop Naperville

123 West Jefferson

Naperville, Illinois

Join me for tea, along with Elizabeth Boyle, Julia Quinn, Rachel Gibson, and Sarah MacLean at this ticketed event at Anderson’s Bookshop. Tickets can be purchased through Book Perk ($5), or buy one of our books for admission at the door.

 

Monday, June 4, 2012 7:00pm

Signing at Frankfort Library

21119 Pfeiffer Rd

Frankfort, Illinois

Join me and bestselling authors Julia Quinn, Rachel Gibson, Sarah MacLean and Elizabeth Boyle as we chat with readers and sign our latest books.

 

June 9, 2012, 1:00-5:00pm

DFW Tea Readers Boas & Tiaras

Allen Ballroom of the Chocolate Angel

4709 W. Parker Rd

Plano, TX 75093

Books, chat, and high tea with authors Pamela Palmer, Kerrelyn Sparks, Vicki Pettersson, Elizabeth Boyle, Lorraine Heath, Candace Havens, and Diane Kelly. This is a ticketed event, $35, tickets limited. To purchase tickets, go to: http://dfwtea.com/blog/

 

Hope to see you! I’m determined to take pictures (which I’m terrible about doing), so look for a post tour blog post in a couple of weeks.

 

 

One thought on “Vamp City Book Tour Info

  1. Clara

    I'm confused as well, why isn't the &qolr;cuututal and public good" a good way to frame how to deal with "orphan works" (whatever they turn out to be).Why is the commercial sector's framework more appropriate?

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