Blue Bicycle Books in Charleston, SC, welcomed Marie Rutkoski, Ann Aguirre and me for our final stop in the Fierce Reads Tour yesterday. We had a great moderator, librarian Andria Amaral from the Charleston County Public Library, who asked us thoughtful questions about our fierce characters, and let us go off on tangents about scary clowns and the way we’ve teased each other on tour.
It was a special way to… Continue reading
This weekend found the Fierce Reads Tour at two more great independent bookstores: R.J. Julia Booksellers in Madison, CT, and Towne Book Center & Café in Collegeville, PA.
At R. J. Julia’s, Kathy welcomed us warmly around the rustic wooden table and moderated a lively discussion with plenty of input from attendees. We were especially happy to have a young gentleman reader, Dean, and his family with us. He was a big fan of Marie’s, with proof that he had corresponded with her back when… Continue reading
The Fierce Reads Tour stopped in Exeter, NH last night for some lively conversation and laughs. Beforehand, blogger Lauren James of Love is Not a Triangle tossed us some fun questions, like which were-animals our characters would be. Then we headed over to Water Street Bookstore, where Dan Chartrand welcomed us warmly. One reader had come all the way from Maine for the event, and everyone was… Continue reading
Marie Rutkoski, Ann Aguirre and I began our Fierce Reads Tour at charming Anderson’s Bookshop in Downers Grove, IL last night and met wonderful readers, including many of Marie’s friends and family members. Kathleen March had the most thoughtful comments and questions for us as moderator, and blogger Heidi of YA Bibliophile came early to interview us and give us little pink crowns. It was a welcoming and wonderful way to start the… Continue reading
Excuse me. I’m rather consumed with my copy edits. They’re due Thursday, like in three days, so I’m pretty much focused exclusively on my book. It’s like having my own private time zone that no one else can enter, where we speak our own language and eat bear candies that taste like SweeTarts and talk to ourselves in the third person.
But at the same time, I’m also super excited because I’ve just seen the poster for the book tour I’m going on this… Continue reading
From October 16-21, 2012, Genn Albin, Leigh Bardugo, Marie Rutkoski and I spoke each day at a library or bookstore in a different city. We visited Gurnee, IL; Bethesda, MD; Columbus, OH; Oxford, MS; Haverford, PA; and New York City, NY.