The Rain Boots Required Tour hits First Fridays For Teens at the West Linn Library (see our rain boots!)
October is a very busy month! I’m on a blog tour and two book tours! Squuee. Last Friday night was a big one for me. It was like going to a new school, in a way. I had never talked about my writing to a group of teens and parents before. But, the West Linn library couldn’t have been more welcoming.
I was so nervous that morning that my friends Bonnie and Sheylain, who hostess and waitress at the Portland Holiday Inn at PDX, where I live right now, gave me a big pep talk and told me I’d be fine. Evan Charles, the hotel general manager, put a smile on my face when he told me I’d be great. I stood and practiced my little ten to fifteen minute talk about “The magic of magical realism” in front of my full length mirror in our home/hotel room. Over. And over. Continue reading →
And to celebrate, I’m giving away a signed copy TOMORROW at the YA SCRAMBLE! [And a groovy Winnemuccca coffee mug!] Just comment all day TOMORROW at my post over at JUST LEFT OF IMAGINATION AVENUE to enter to win, I’ll be writing about powerful YA settings! And there’s a MASSIVE GRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY! Visit all the blogs on the YA SCRAMBLE TOMORROW [including mine!] solve the riddle and win!