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.
Jorie Loves A Story is a blog that was inspired into creation due to a reader’s love and passion for the written word. Read the interview on my book 100 Places in France.
Have a look! Okay, it’s not an amazing shot. Thank you, Vanity Fair.
Today through Monday November 3, you can enter for the Goodreads Giveaway for a copy of 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go.
No sooner had I handed in the manuscript for 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go that I finally had a much-postponed lunch with an old friend. I had not seen her throughout the several months I spent in a dark cave writing, and behind the wheel of a little Citroën in France, researching this […]
After my first research trip for 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go, I learned to pack an extra suitcase. A duffel bag from REI folded into its own little zipper case that slips right behind the rest of the stuff on the way over. The extra baggage fees are awful, of course, but 70 euros is a […]
Appearing with some talented travel writer friends and colleagues for Traveling Between the Lines: Writers Explore the Wide World, including my two adored editors Lavinia Spalding and Larry Habegger at LitQuake – Saturday October 18, 2014, Peace Industry, 2235 Mission St, San Francisco from 7:15-8:15 pm.
Delighted to be at one of the greats: Book Passagein Corte Madera, CA, from 4-6pm.
Thrilled to be at pages, Manhattan Beach, CA, Thursday October 23, 2014 at 7 pm!