Signing: Eastline Books

Just a quick note to let you know that I will be doing a signing for Unikirja May 30th at Eastline Books in Clifton Park, NY. The fabulous Robyn Ringler hosts many events at her independent book store and it’s a great place to browse — in fact, she’ll be having a big sale that day. I expect there will be a lot of walk-ins and will be playing my kantele to intrigue them.

What’s a kantele? That’s tomorrow’s topic (yes, it includes magic). In the meantime, off to the post office and then back to grading.

9 thoughts on “Signing: Eastline Books

  1. The very best of luck at your signing, I know they can be gruelling, and sometimes, disappointing. Galen Kindleyhttp://www.GalenKindley.com

  2. I have found the best booksignings occur when the author is involved in doing a reading or a demo of something related to your book (I’ve often dragged heavy silk kimonos, obis, parasols, fans, etc. to booksignings for The Blonde Geisha).I’m sure you’ll be a success–I can’t wait to find out more about your kantele.Jinahttp://tinyurl.com/BerlinSexDiary

  3. Best of luck at the signing. Can’t wait for tomorrow to hear more about kantele (sp??)Karen Walkerhttp://www.karenfollowingthewhispers.blogspot.com

  4. Have a wonderful book signing! Personally, I like talking to the readers at these events. Looking forward to tomorrow’s post!NA Sharpehttp://nancysharpe.blogspot.com

  5. Good for you getting out and doing the signing – best wishes for you on that. Nowadays authors have to use personal appearances AND all the techno-internet stuff to have a well rounded publicity campaign.Marvin D Wilsonhttp://inspiritandtruths.blogspot.com/http://tiedyedtirades.blogspot.com/

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