Saturday was the launch of Shadows in Sussex: The British Book Tour Mysteries Book 5. The room in Gibsons Public Library was full of enthusiastic readers and writers. I enjoyed the event, and I think the audience did as well. I talked about the research involved and showed some pictures of that part of England, and answered questions. Then we had tea, coffee and Victoria sponge cake.
The annual Art Crawl took place that weekend so there were many people scurrying from studio to studio to take in the fabulous art on the Sunshine Coast. It seemed the launch took on some of that buzz. Lovely to talk with readers who have followed Claire’s adventures in this series and ask about her as if she were a mutual friend. Love that!
I was interviewed by Donna Seebo, Lakewood, Washington, who has both a radio and television network. Our interview was broadcast on her radio show. She had read my book so carefully that she mentioned incidents in the book I’d forgotten! I was impressed by her understanding of the book. I don’t think she misses much. She’s been interviewing for over twenty years and is a master at her craft. Along with her talent at getting into the substance of a book, she discusses the book in detail without giving away the
ending. A talented woman
The Virtual Tour
Shadows in Sussex is going on tour starting November 6th. The schedule is below. Each day, you can click into the site and read what gems I’ve written or the site host has written about the book. They won’t appear on that site until the designated day. I will get on the sites on the designated day to engage with any conversation that arises. It should be fun.
November 6: Readers Roost
November 7: The Avid Reader – review only
November 7: travel the ages
November 8: Kit ‘n Kabookle
November 9: Fabulous and Brunette
November 9: Long and Short Reviews
November 10: Kenyan Poet
November 10: The Key of Love
November 13: Aubrey Wynne: Timeless Love
November 13: Novels Alive – review only
November 14: Lisa Haselton’s Reviews and Interviews
November 15: Sandra’s Book Club
November 16: Our Town Book Reviews – review only
November 16: Westveil Publishing
November 17: Eye-Rolling Demigod’s Book Blog
The local Sunshine Coast Writers and Editors Society have a calendar available for sale. Local artists added their wonderful work to combine with the cover art of the books and the poetry from members.
Nice to be featured in January (and November).
Available here firstname.lastname@example.org
For those who asked me about my dog, she is thriving. She has her own wardrobe, her own friends and social life and her own spot on the couch. I am as besotted as my protagonist Claire is with her Gulliver.