Heading north on the book tour. This is going to be a terrific evening celebrating France in beautiful Exeter, New Hampshire. Begins at 5:30 when I will be reading at Water Street Books.
This is an honor, because I often consulted the deeply researched, strongly written stories on this website while I wrote 100 Places in France. An interview with the talented writer Janet Hulstrand on Bonjour Paris.
Cynthia Haven has one of the smartest, wittiest and most probing blogs on books – anywhere. So I’m rather incredibly blown away that she read and reviewed my book, and found some incredible illustrations to accompany her write up.
Please join me on Saturday January 31 at Barnes and Noble in Burlington for a talk and book signing!
Chicago is one of the best cities in the world, and I love it, even in winter. In January, I gave a luncheon talk to a terrific group of curious women (and two men) about 100 Places in France. The venue was a fancy women’s club on Michigan Avenue. Book sales courtesy of The Book Stall
Boutique Odile de Changy 6 rue du pont aux Choux 75003 Paris The chapter on lingerie seems to be many people’s favorite in 100 Places. Happy to expound for Travel & Leisure.
What a thrill to be in the San Francisco Chronicle‘s Best Gifts for the Road round up!
I’m in excellent company for the National Geographic Holiday Gift Guide!
Jessie Voigts is a writer, blogger and full-throated supporter of writers everywhere. Very honored to have my book featured, and to be asked some smart, probing questions on her blog, Wandering Educators.
My friend Mary Winston Nicklin wrote a lovely and generous piece about 100 Places in France Today – a site every France-loving person should read every day.
I’m hoping all my friends in Princeton will stop by Labyrinth Books on Nassau Street, at 4 pm on Saturday December 6 for a reading, discussion and book signing.
On Thursday December 4 at 6:30 pm I will be giving a talk, reading and signing books at Fiction Addiction in Greenville, SC. I’m very excited about this ticketed event – my first trip to Greenville.
Going home to Boston (Newton actually) on November 18 at 7 pm, where I will be reading and signing books at one of my favorite places, Newtonville Books.
These days, the budget is limited for touring or publicity. So I’m a one-person band in the direct promotion of my book that is gradually finding its audience. So it was my good luck and great pleasure to discover France Booktours, run by a dynamo named Emma. Each day, for ten days during my virtual book […]
My book from Travelers’ Tales and Solas House is out at last! and hit the NYT Travel Best Seller list for November. Order a copy here.