Upcoming author events

Wednesday, Jul 9th, 2008 @ 10:38 am

 I’m having trouble posting to my “author events” page, so I thought I’d give you a preview of how the rest of my year is looking so far.  I do hope I’ll be visiting a city near you!

 

 HARROGATE CRIME FESTIVAL, UK

JULY 18, 3:30 PM — Crown Hotel, Harrogate

Tess will be on a panel about religious symbolism, along with Chris Kuzneski, Anne Perry, Michael Benoit, and Natasha Cooper.

JULY 20, 11:30 AM — Crown Hotel, Harrogate

Onstage conversation with interviewer Paul Blezard.

 

THE KEEPSAKE — U.S. BOOK TOUR

 

SEPTEMBER 9, 2008 — CAMDEN, MAINE

6:00 PM: Owl and Turtle Bookshop, 32 Washington Street.  207-236-4769

 

SEPTEMBER 10

FALMOUTH, MAINE.  1:00 PM: Books, Etc.  240 Route 1.  207-781-3784

BANGOR, MAINE.  7:00 PM: Borders Books and Music, 116 Bangor Mall Road.  207-990-3300

 

SEPTEMBER 11 — SOUTH PORTLAND, MAINE

7:00 PM: Borders Books and Music, 430 Gorham Road.  207-775-6110

 

SEPTEMBER 12: BELFAST, MAINE

6:00 PM: The Fertile Mind bookshop, 105 Main Street.  207-338-2498

 

SEPTEMBER 16: NASHVILLE, TN

7:00 PM: Davis Kidd bookstore, 2121 Green Hills Village Drive. 

 

SEPTEMBER 17 — LEXINGTON, KY

7:00 PM: Joseph-Beth Booksellers, 161 Lexington Green.  859-273-2911

 

SEPTEMBER 18 — DAYTON, OH

Time tk: Books and Co.  937-429-6302

 

SEPTEMBER 20 — PITTSBURGH, PA

11:30 AM: Mystery Lovers Bookshop, 412-361-3581

 

SEPTEMBER 23 — SOUTH HADLEY, MA

7:00 PM: Odyssey Bookshop, 9 College Street.  413-534-7307

 

SEPTEMBER 24: ENFIELD, CT

Local library event.  Details tk

 

OCTOBER 1 — SEATTLE, WA

12:00 PM: Seattle Mystery Bookshop, 117 Cherry Street.  206-587-5737

 

OCTOBER 2 — CLAYTON, CA

7:00 PM: Clayton Books, 5433 D, Clayton Road.  925-673-3325

 

OCTOBER 3 — HALF MOON BAY, CA

7:00 PM: Bay Book Company, 80 North Cabrillo Highway, Suite F.  650-726-3488

 

OCTOBER 7– BROOKLINE, MA

7:00 PM: Library event.  Brookline Adult and Community Education Center, 115 Greenough Street.

 

OCTOBER 8 — FRAMINGHAM, MA

7:00 PM:  Barnes and Noble, 1 Worcester Road.  508-628-5567

 

OCTOBER 9 — NEWINGTON, NH

7:00 PM: Barnes and Noble, 45 Gosling Road.  603-422-7733

 

OCTOBER 11 — ST. LOUIS, MO

St. Louis Big Reads Festival — Big Mystery Panel.  Details tk.

 

OCTOBER 14 — BUCKSPORT, MAINE

6:00 PM: Bookstacks, 71 Main Street.  207-469-8992

 

OCTOBER 17 — NEWBURYPORT, MA

7:00 PM: Jabberwocky Books, 50 Water Street, Tannery Mill #1.  978-465-9359

 

OCTOBER 21: BRUNSWICK, MAINE

7:00 PM: Talk at Brunswick Library

 

OCTOBER 23: SWAMPSCOTT, MA

7:00 PM: Talk at Swampscott Library

 

OCTOBER 28: NEW YORK CITY, NY and MADISON, CT

Lunchtime: speech at the New York Institute of Technology, NYC

7:00 PM: RJ Julia Bookshop, 768 Boston Post Road, Madison, CT.  203-245-3959 x14

 

OCTOBER 29 — PHILADELPHIA

7:30 PM: Westchester Book Company, 975 Paoli Pike, Westchester.  610-696-1661 x14

 

OCTOBER 30 — ATLANTIC BEACH, FLORIDA

7:00 PM: Bookmark Books, 299 Atlantic  Blvd.  904-241-9026

 

NOVEMBER 1 — DOVER, DELAWARE

Appearance at Delaware Book Festival.  Details tk.

 

18 Responses to “Upcoming author events”

  1. Rondo1219 says:

    Good morning. You have made my day. You are actually coming to St. Louis, MO. in October on your book tour. I’m so excited. Thank you, thank you. And your pictures are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing.

  2. Jude Hardin says:

    Tess:

    Your Oct 30 date should read Atlantic Beach, Florida. It’s part of the Jacksonville area, and close enough for me to come. Yay!!!!

  3. Tess says:

    Jude,
    oops, thanks for pointing that out!

  4. darik says:

    no DC/VA/MD on the list:-(!

  5. Abe says:

    Hi Tess,

    Put me down for October 28. Finally, after 2 years, I get to see you again. Any info on tickets?

  6. tuttle says:

    You’ll be in Dayton in Sept
    I’ll try to make that one

  7. Dan Williams says:

    Hi Tess,

    Great blogs.

    But remember Ontario, Canada! There’s Hamilton, Toronto, Ottawa. And then there is Montreal and Quebec City in Quebec.

  8. monicap says:

    Too bad Texas isn’t on that list. I’ve tried requesting my local bookstores for a signing with you Tess, but I guess one girl’s voice isn’t enough. I’ve written the HQ as well. Oh well, maybe someday! Oh and my mother says she can’t wait to read Rizzoli again.

  9. Dru says:

    Hi Tess,

    Is that NY event open to the public?

  10. april says:

    I second darik’s comment. On the other hand, at least I don’t have to wait for a signing to get the book. I like to buy the books at signings so I can pick it up at the bookstore hosting the event. Oh, well, next time! I do know people in some of the other cities so all is not lost. I knew I shouldn’t have moved out of New England! :)

  11. therese says:

    Portland, Oregon is a beautiful city and a very active writing community that would love you. :) Stephen King was here recently and shared it was the drive cross country from Portland, Oregon to Portland, Maine that inspired him to write “Misery”.
    He kept mispronouncing Oregon and the audience kept correcting him, so he paid us back with horror stories for our drives home.

  12. Tess says:

    I’m pretty sure the NYC event is open to the public, but I’ll confirm that and update the info when I know!

  13. Abe says:

    Hi Tess,

    Thanks for looking into the NY event. I already cleared that day.
    Abe

  14. WJS says:

    OH my goodness! This is a surprise! XD Just a tad late after my birthday, but you will be in Atlantic Beach on October 30! Expect me there! ^_^ Thank you so much for taking your effort to travel to here. I am so excited! ^_^ -marks on my calender-

    -Josh

  15. Ann Woodburn says:

    I’ll be seeing you in Seattle. I put it in my diary. Great.
    Ann.

  16. mchastain says:

    Oh Tess you need to come to Houston!!! I actually live down the street from Johnson Space Center. Please come to Houston!

  17. scottishottie says:

    So bummed that you won’t be coming close enough for me to see you. Boo Hoo-More Florida dates please.
    Come down here when its cold up there! :-) That’s what all our friends from up north do, visit Florida in the winter!
    I’m still getting the book as soon as it is available. Thanks for keeping us posted Tess!

  18. jade says:

    Hi Tess,
    This is my first time to post here but my husband and I are great fans of yours and can’t wait for your newest book, The Keepsake, to hit the stands.

    Have you ever thought about making an appearance in Texas???? If you do we will be there! Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with the world.

    Sandy

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