My Schedule for the Rest of the Year

Though it may change, this is what's on my calendar now:

Friday and Saturday, September 16 and 17. Central Coast Writers Conference. I'm really excited about this as I'm giving two seminars--one of Setting and the other on How to Write a Mystery.

(We have lots of friends who live in the Morro Bay, Los Osos, and San Luis Obispo area so are looking forward to seeing many of them.)

Sunday, September 18, I'll have a booth at the Central Coast Book Festival in front of the Mission. I'm also giving a talk about Where My Ideas Come From at 11 ish. My focus will be on where the ideas came from for my own books.

The following weekend, September 23-25 we have our annual Mitchell Family Reunion. We're also celebrating my Aunt Flossie's 100th birthday. I'll be taking books and having a mini-book signing.

Saturday, October 8th, is the official book launch for Bears With Us at Books Off Main, on Oak Street right behind the Subway Shop on Main St. I'll be there from 1-4.

Next up, is the Springville Apple Festival, October 15 and 16. I'll have a booth somewhere.

Saturday, October 22nd, I'll be at the Gillis Library in Fresno, CA at 2 p.m.

From October 30 through November 6th, I'll be on a cruise. We're celebrating our 60th wedding anniversary, but plan to talk writing and promotion with the other authors I know who are coming. I'll also take along cards to give to people reading their Kindle.

November 12th it's back to the Central Coast to help the Sisters in Crime chapter celebrate the Sisters in Crime birthday, 11 a.m tl 3 p.m. at the San Luis Obispo, Main Library on Palm St. SLO

On line, I'll be on a Mystery Writers Blog Tour from November 25 through December 8th. More about that to come.

I don't have any firm dates for events in December, but suspect I'll be joining the Porterville Art Association's big Christmas Boutique on one of the early weekends.


Actually, I enjoy doing all these things. Maybe you can visit me at one of these events, and if you live too far away be sure and come to our blog tour.



LD Masterson said…
Wish you were making more trips east of the Mississippi but I'll see you on-line.
We'll run into each other at PSWA, I hope.

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