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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

A Podcast in Which I Answer 10 Questions in 10 Minutes

I’m honored to have been interviewed for the very first Abrams Books “10 Under 10” podcast. I answer questions about my books (present and future), my inspirations, writing advice, character names, and even the 1960s TV series Bewitched . . . all within a 10-minute time frame. 

Huge thanks to Abrams Books, the publisher of my YA novels, for inviting me to be their first podcast author!

Monday, November 17, 2014

November Events, Past and Future

Me at University Book Store.
I spent this past weekend up in Seattle, promoting The Cure for Dreaming at University Book Store. One of my best friends from college, as well as Seattle-area cousins, got to hang out with me at the event, and I had so much fun. Thank you to everyone who came out to see me, and thank you, University Book Store, for hosting me! Signed copies of The Cure for Dreaming can now be ordered through the University Book Store website.

This upcoming Saturday, November 22, I'll be on a YA panel with four other authors at A Children's Place Bookstore in Portland, OR. Then on Monday, I'm catching a plane to Washington, DC, and I'll be speaking on a panel at the ALAN Workshop on the morning of November 25. Here are the full details for these two events:

Saturday, November 22, 2014, 3:00 pm
A Children's Place Bookstore
4807 NE Fremont St., Portland, Oregon
YA panel with Chelsea Pitcher, April Genevieve Tucholke, Miriam Forster, Cat Winters, and Teri Brown.

Tuesday, November 25, 2014, 8:40-9:10 am
ALAN Workshop
National Harbor, Maryland
Panel: Fantastic Genre Fiction: The Bridge from Our World to Other Worlds, with Colleen Gleason, Brandon Sanderson, and Cat Winters.

More pics from the Seattle signing:

The lovely University Book Store display of my two novels.

Many of my talks include historical images.

Proof that I'm a major hand-talker. Or maybe I'm hypnotizing someone . . .

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