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Book Signing Scheduled

For those of you living in the Reading, PA area, Saturday, November 13th from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. I’ll be signing copies of my books at the Fairground Farmer’s Market on North 5th Street.

If you’re in the area, stop by. I’d love to meet you.

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LifeWay Book Signing

For those in the York, PA area, tomorrow (Saturday, July 10) I’m continuing my Light the Darkness Book Tour at the LifeWay Christian store. I’ll be there from 11:00 to 1:00 chatting and signing books.

Stop in and say hi. I’d love to see you there!

Odds and Ends

A few random thoughts and annotations:

Saturday’s book signing went well. There were moments of busyness when I was meeting and greeting and talking and signing while a line formed and there were moments of solitude when I stood behind my table and watched folk pass the bookstore trying steal glances at the oddball behind the table while appearing to ignore me. I was so tempted to say, “I see you looking this way, don’t try to hide it, you know you want a book. Please want a book. Please.” But I promised myself I wouldn’t beg or grovel. All in all it was a good outing, a well-spent three hours.

I recently had someone ask me a question I’ve never had thrown at me before. She purchased Darlington Woods on Saturday and finished it by Sunday. She asked, does it bother you that what took you six months to write, someone reads in two days? Hmmm, great question. It’s like asking a chef if he minds putting two hours into a great meal only to have his company down it in ten minutes. My answer was no, of course it doesn’t bother me. I don’t care how long it takes me to write a book, if someone reads it in only a few days that’s a huge compliment. People are busy and for them to take hours out of their day to read something I wrote is flattering and humbling.

My publisher and I are collaborating on something very cool and new. I don’t know of any other author who has something like this. Stay tuned for more information. I’m hoping to have something to show you by the end of this month.

A Couple New Reviews of DW

Today we have the first stop on the virtual leg of the Light the Darkness Book Tour. Over at Thoughts of a Sojourner, Mark Buzard did a review of Darlington Woods today and tomorrow will run a guest post I wrote.

Also, check out the review Deena Peterson did at A Peek at my Bookshelf.

By the way, the CT scan yesterday went smoothly. I should get the results by Friday.

And don’t forget, for those of you who live near Hanover, PA . . . Saturday is the first brick and mortar stop of my book tour. Walden Books, North Hanover Mall, 11:00 to 2:00. A signed book makes a great last-minute Mother’s Day gift!

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