Am I Over Scheduling?

Or should the question really be, can I keep up the pace?

Maybe when I write it out, you won't think what I've got planned amounts to much, but the question is, will this old lady be able to do it all?

The first of June we're spending five days in Wildomar visiting our eldest daughter, two grandkids and their families. Though it sounds like a mini-vacation, when we're with family, it gets pretty busy--and fun.

On June  16th, I have a radio interview--that one's easy, I'll be doing it from home.

On June 20th at 10 a.m., I'm speaking to the Tulare-Kings Authors at the Tulare County Main Library in Visalia. Topic: How to Create and Sustain a Mystery Series. I've done this one before, so expect no problems--as long as I can get to the library, got lost the last ime I went there.

From July 15-20, we're headed to Las Vegas to the PSWA Conference (conference is from the 16th- 19th) but we'll also spend one afternoon and evening with my sister and family. 

Right now, August is free--of book events, that is.

On September 20th from 10 to 4, I'll be at the Central Coast Book and Author Festival at the SeaCrest Oceanfront Resort, Pismo Beach. CA.

Saturday, October 10th from 10 to 4 you'll find me at the Great Valley Bookfest at the Promenade Shops at Orvhard Valley in Manteca CA.

And that's it for now.

Sounds like a lot to me, but I know from experience, even though it is a bit of work, it's also a lot of fim and a chance to get my books into the hands of readers.

Maybe I'll see some of you while I'm out and about. Be sure and stop and say, "Hi."

Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith


Dee Card said…
You always have something going and it sounds like you will have a great time!
You're right, I'll enjoy it. I am never bored--can't imagine what that would be like.
Bec said…
I'd say do what you can while you can. Keep your life filled to the brim
Elaine Orr said…
You are an inspiration. I wish I lived close enough to go to one of your events
Bec, my sentiments exactly--one day none of this will be possible, so I better live it up while I can.

Elaine, I wish we lived close enough so we could get together and chat.

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