Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Coming Events for Imogene

April Events:  
Friday, April 17th
I'll be interviewed on Victoria Lindstrom’s fantastic blog: Writ of Whimsy: HERE .
Victoria has three different post subjects she regularly features: 1) unusual words 2) book reviews,  
and 3) personal posts or guest posts. She is also author of the charming picture book, The Scandinavian Santa.
 Friday, April 17th
School visit to Matsuyama Elementary School, in Sacramento. I'll be reading from and signing copies ofImogene and the Case of the Missing Pearls to 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classes. (Pictures to come)

Wednesday, April 29th
Book signing at Time Tested Books, 1114 – 21st St. (between K & L), Sacramento, CA, 95811. (916) 447-5696.
 (This bookstore is my favorite hangout when I’m not hunched over my computer, writing. They have a wonderful range of used books, but they order new ones, too.)

May Events so far: 
Tuesday, May 5th
Guest post on Teresa Cypher’s fascinating blog, Dreamers, Lovers, and Star Voyagers, HERE. Teresa also has a many-pronged blog that includes Weekend Writing Warriors, a weekly bloghop where writers share work for discussion, and Tuesday Two Cents' Worth, a post where guests focus on a single writing issue.

More Events are lined up for May, June and July. Stay tuned . . .


  1. Looks like you have some busy times ahead!

  2. Hi, Linda. Busy doesn't even begin to describe it! But it's rewarding, to say the least.

  3. Nice events to introduce Imogene. Congrats. I will see you at your signing.

  4. Hi, Ros, so glad you'll be there. Yes, it's fun to tie into all these various connections to introduce Imo. A little breathless, though!

  5. Wonderful Elizabeth :) Just wonderful. This should be way too much fun.

  6. Hi, Sytiva, I just got back awhile ago. The kids were wonderful. They asked really astute questions about writing - and books! They were very interested in how long it takes to write a book from start to finish ... in the case of this one, first draft, two months, finished draft after so many re-writes, about 3 years. (The teachers gave them meaningful stares, because they teach writing and the kids don't like to re-write.) :-)