Spent some time sharing War Bonds: Love Stories From the Greatest Generation with readers in Wenatchee, WA. and had a signing event at a wonderful indie bookstore in Leavenworth this weekend.
Safely home now, but the Sleepy Hollow wildfire is burning in the area I just left. Many homes have been evacuated and my thoughts and prayers are with the people in Wenatchee during this fire season– especially my family there.
The reading at the Wenatchee Public Library was especially cool, because my sister and her family live in Wenatchee and my niece works at the library!
The crowd was wonderfully responsive and asked some great questions during the Q&A time.
Then it was on to Leavenworth, WA and the delightful bookstore, “A Book For All Seasons.”
This store is a must visit when in Leavenworth. They have a great selection of books and a welcoming, knowlegeable staff.
Perhaps not all authors will agree, but for me the best thing about being an author is meeting wonderrful readers and interacting with bookstore staff. It’s good to be home, but I’ll never forget the people I’ve met during this adventure.