C&C Launch Events Continue ~ Seattle, Ho!

The launch for Curtsies & Conspiracies at Hicklebee’s in San Jose on Tuesday night went great! Thanks so much to everyone for coming out mid week on a school night, no less. Yesterday I had a school appearance in front of 200 6th-8th graders (eep!), which actually was a real pleasure. I got some great questions.


Tonight I fly to Seattle and here’s where you can find me:

Friday, Nov. 8, 7:00 PM ~ Third Place Book Company (17171 Bothell Way NE Lake Forest Park, WA) Talk, Q&A, and Signing

Saturday, Nov. 9, 2:00 PM ~ Queen Anne Books (1811 Queen Anne Avenue North Seattle, Washington 98109) Tea Party Event plus Talk, Q&A, and Signing

And now I must run around like a crazy thing getting last minute errands done and then pack.

See you in Seattle!


Your Moment of Parasol . . .

American stage and silent film actress Valeska Suratt (June 28, 1882 – July 2, 1962)
Photography by Joseph Hall via Goblibn Market via FB

Your Infusion of Cute . . .

Squash dragon bat goose.

Your Tisane of Smart . . .
The Fine Art of Flirting

Your Writerly Tinctures . . .  
I am intrigued by this book: Anatomy of Steampunk: The Fashion of Victorian Futurism

Book News:





Signing the wall

Quote of the Day:
“Writing is a lot easier if you have something to say.”
~ Sholem Asch

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  1. Rachel Bowman said:

    Thank you so much for gifting your faithful readers the delight of Curtsies and Conspiracies. I'm a devoted bookworm who normally finds quiet and restful pleasure in reading, but during the course of Curtsies I found myself in the most unusual state. For the first time ever in my reading career I had to move a book away from me for a moment to take some deep breaths – having become so consumed by Sophronia's circumstances I found my breath catching and my pulse spiking over an entirely unexpected burst of adrenaline during The 16th Test. Since this state has previously been reserved for excessively athletic endeavors I was understandably amazed, and can only thank you again for the utterly divine experience of your writing.

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