04-20-2010 01:23 PM
Remember Rosemary Harris? She stops by here from time to time and we've featured her books before. I interviewed Rosemary at B&N's Garden Variety - stop by and say hi to her - she'll be checking in.
04-21-2010 11:50 AM - edited 04-21-2010 11:51 AM
Here is a partial list of Rosemary's book tour:
Apr. 21, (Wed.) 12:30 pm
151 Main St., New Canaan, CT
Apr. 28, (Wed.) - Apr. 30, (Fri.)
Apr. 30, (Fri.) - May 2, (Sun.)
May 3, (Mon.)
Mystery Lover's Bookshop event at Greek Orthodox Center, Oakmont, PA
May 5, (Wed.) 6:30 pm
New Milford, CT
Signing with Jane Haddam
May 8, (Sat.) 11 am
CAPA U, Hartford, CT
May 13, (Thurs.)
luncheon speaker, St. George, UT
May 19, (Wed.) 7 pm
New Haven, CT
May 22, (Sat.) 2:00 pm
42 Mountain Blvd., Warren, NJ
May 23, (Sun.) 1:30 pm
Signing with Meredith Cole
May 26, (Wed.) 7pm
614 South Meadow, Ithaca, NY
June 3, (Thurs.) 7 pm
June 6, (Sun.) 2 pm
June 7, (Mon.) 2 pm
200 West main St.
(sponsored by the Cary Library)
June 17, (Thurs.) 1 pm
1 Public Library Plaza, Stamford, CT
June 24, (Thurs.) 7pm
Highland Park Library
Highland Park, NJ with Jeff Cohen
Jun. 26, (Sat.)
Please check website for addresses and up-to-date information www.rosemaryharris.com
12-12-2010 06:18 PM
It's been a long and eventful year starting at the American Library conference in Boston, to the RT Booklovers Convention in Columbus toAunt Agatha's in Ann Arbor to the Utah Librarian's conference in St. George to India and Nepal with lots of stops in between.
The thing I always want to say - and don't always get a chance to - is how much writers appreciate people coming out to hear us speak. These days, there's so much competition for people's attention that it's humbling when readers take the time to visit a library and discuss mysteries and writing.If you've never been to a library event you might be surprised at how much fun it is!
Two of my biggest thrills this year - being invited to be the luncheon speaker at the Utah Library Conference and getting aterrific review from CT's NPR station. After that, trekking to Everest Base Camp was small potatoes!
Next month I'll be hitting the road again, this time for Slugfest (April 2011) the 4th title in my series, and the paperback release of Dead Head (March 2011).
In Slugfest, amateur sleuth and garden pro Paula Holliday agrees to manage an exhibit at a flower show.
When plants start dying -and then people, the garden gloves come off and things turn into a real slugfest! (But my fellow volunteers from thePhiladelphia Flower Show don't need to worry - it's all fiction! )
12-12-2010 06:22 PM
Where I'll be...
January 8 -MidWinter ALA
at PopTop Stage and MacMillan booth
San Diego, CA
February 4-6 Murder in th Magic City/Murder on the Menu
March 16 - Virginia Festival of the Book
April 2- Empire State Book Festival
April - Malice Domestic, Bethesda, MD
September- The Big E, Springfield, MA
October - Bouchercon, St. Louis, MO
Check my website for more events and signings as my schedule is just being planned. And if there's a library or bookstore you think I should visit, email me at:
firstname.lastname@example.org and tell me about it!