Thursday, March 4, 2010

New book signing AND what’s up and coming.

Okay, this is a notice of two things; a new book signing and an update on what is coming up on this blog over the next two weeks.

To start with, NEW BOOK SIGNING!
If you’re going to be in the Central Valley of CA on March 27th, please consider visiting the River Park Borders Books. I’ll be there starting at 2PM. So if you’re looking for a new book, gift (Mother’s Day is coming up), or just ready to start your Summer reading list come on by. I’d love to see you!

I’m just glad I got this one because things became a little tangled up along the way. Somehow my marketing agent and I got the location of the store and the manager’s names crossed, so I called, asked for the manager (who had a ridiculously hard name to pronounce), and got a moment of dead silence in return. After being informed that no one by that name worked there and I was already talking to the manager of the store I somehow chocked out the reason I was calling. Happily she still gave me the signing! And ordered a lot of books…so please come! Lol.

NOW, onto the next two weeks.
Staring on Monday I’m going to do an interview with Sarah Scheele, author of the Facets of Fantasy collection and the American Homeschooler serial.
Then the following week I have an interview with Warren Baldwin, author of Roaring Lions, Cracking Rocks, and other gems from Proverbs.
It’s been an interesting experience talking to a fiction and non-fiction writer. I’m sure you’ll enjoy hearing from both of them. Trust me, I already have all the answers. ;)
In the meantime, check out Sarah and Warren’s website to learn more about their work.
Sarah Scheele:
Warren Baldwin:


Anonymous said...

Busy, busy, busy! Sounds like you're in for a lot of fun! :)

Emily Ann Benedict said...

Just keep on going, right? ;)

Karen Lange said...

Congrats, a book signing! Sorry that I don't live in the area:)
Blessings to you,

Emily Ann Benedict said...

Thanks, Karen. :D
Hope you're having a great week.

Kristen Torres-Toro said...

Hi, Emily! It's so great to meet you! Thanks for coming by Write in the Way! I look forward to getting to know you!

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Have fun, Emily! Sorry, but it's a tad far from where I live. :)


Anonymous said...

Glad things are moving right along for you. Awesome! :O)

Robyn Campbell said...

I wish I could be there Emily.

Funny thing about getting the names crossed. I would be there if I lived anywhere close. But NC is quite a drive. *grin*

Em, thanks for your prayers for Christopher. I appreciate them more than you'll ever know. =) Happy weekend.