Tea and Book Talk at the Bellevue Library: Mysterious England (and more)

I cannot believe it’s September already! A busy month for me. Coming up in a week mysteriour england flyer sep16(10 September), Alice Boatwright, Marty Wingate and I will be at the Bellevue Library, 2-3:30 pm, to talk about our books, our love of England, and serve tea. Check out the poster in a larger format here!

Shortly after that I take off to New Orleans for Bouchercon (World Mystery Convention). Going to be there? My panel is on Thursday, 15 September, 1:30-2:20pm–Does Anyone Really Know What Time It Is? with Larry Sweazy, Dana Chamblee Carpenter, Eleanor Kuhns, Laura Joh Rowland, and Verena Rose (moderator). Book signing immediately afterward!

And then, at month’s end, I’ll be in Ashland, OR, where I’ll be interviewed by Emily Curitan at JPR radio; give a talk at the Ashland Library at 2 pm Tuesday, 27 September, The Enigma of the White Hart: Who Was Richard II?; and chat with readers about The Service of the Dead at Bloomsbury Bookstore on Thursday evening, 29 September, 7-8:00 pm. I’ll also be talking to a book club or two and seeing some wonderful theater, especially Richard II (by you-know-who–I mean, this IS Ashland, after all). This full schedule in Ashland is courtesy of my friend and fellow medievalist-in-crime, Sharan Newman. Thanks, Sharan!

 

4 Comments on “Tea and Book Talk at the Bellevue Library: Mysterious England (and more)

  1. I’m thrilled that you’ll be in Ashland. Will be in the audience for the library event. You’ll have a fabulous time visiting our area.

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