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Sconed to Death - Release week

Okay, hold onto your hats. Sconed to Death releases on Tuesday which means there's a lot going on in Lynn's world. I hope you come and join me either in person or virtually. First off, if you live in the St. Louis area, my goal is to have visited all the B&N's to sign their stock by this coming Friday. Tuesday - I'll be chatting with the Between the Chapter's book club on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/groups/betweenthechapters/ I'll also be hosting a Facebook release party from 6-8pm (Central) on Tuesday - https://www.facebook.com/events/1146926455515447/ And, later that night, I'll be on the Boise Book Fest Facebook page doing a video chat 8pm Mountain time. Not sure how long I'll be

A start of summer

The weather is turning warm and the thunder storms have started. I drove home yesterday in the rain from Chicago. The heavy, heavy traffic made the rain manageable since I didn't get up to the speed limit until the rain had slowed and I was closer to home. This year I'm going to make me a summer reading list. Just like the ones I had between school years. My plan is to read out of my own library. If I love the book, I can keep it. If not? It goes in the box to go to Goodwill. Two birds with one stone. Reading and decluttering. What about you - what's on your summer reading plan? Maybe consider adding the next Cat Latimer to your wish list... Pre-order now - https://www.amazon.com/Sconed-Dea

Bits and Pieces

I'm getting ready for a busy weekend. Well, actually, my life is double booked all the way through mid June. I'm getting ready for a big push for the upcoming release of SCONED TO DEATH. Saturday I'll be chatting with the murder mystery crew up in Chicago - Sulzer Public Library, 4455 N. Lincoln Avenue, Chicago. It's open to the public and books will be available for purchase and signing afterward. You can find out more here...http://www.sincchicago.com/events.html Stops in Marshalltown Iowa (as well as stopping at local B&N's along the way to sign stock); Richmond, Virginia (Fountain Books and Libbie Mill's Library); and my old hometown - Boise, Idaho for the Boise Book Fest on the Grove. (

A Goal Book

Driving up to Milwaukee last month, I stopped at Cracker Barrel for food and to get out of the car for a bit. (The picture is not of my local CB, but maybe an imagined one? LOL) The best thing about Cracker Barrel? Their gift shop. I wandered through, looking for something I had to have. (Besides the chocolate I found early in my search.) Well, I found it. A leather covered journal with birds and a dresden type design on the front. All blue and antique white, except for the sweet bird. Now, I'm a journal freak. I have a lot of them. So I figured this one would stay on my desk until I gave it away. But no, I found a use for it. A goal book. Written down goals are like 100x more likely to bec

BV Reader Appreciation weekend

Last weekend I drove up to Milwaukee and back. In between, I met a ton of new and returning (rather than old - lol) readers. We had a lovely Q/A time where the readers got to know us. Then lunch the next day - four hours with seven readers at each table. Time to laugh and play and talk about everything including books. After that we had an amazing book signing (thank you!!). Then I crashed. The next morning, I was up and ready for our breakfast and one last time to meet and greet. By ten thirty, I was in the car, listening to Kingdom of the Blind and thinking about the weekend. Thanks Milwaukee!

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