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“The Horse and Wagon Schedule”

I finally posted my book tour schedule for this fall and I’m going to be taking my horse and wagon around the country hawking books.

I’m going to yell about it from town squares.

So if you see a strange girl doing that sort of thing in your town, say sometime starting in late August, it’s probably me.

I’ll be adding more dates and cities along the way as I weave my hunting trips in and out, so stay tuned for updates. I may just end up in a city near you!

And of course I’d love to see your pretty faces, so RSVP if you can so I have something to look forward to.

All of the details are HERE.

If you want to know exactly when the book drops, sign up for the newsletter on the right there for all the sordid details.

See you soon!

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  1. I have to point out a small typo (only 'cause I love ya): FROM town squares

    Other than that, I'm so excited about your tour! I can't decide where I want to see you: SF, Mill Valley, Berkeley! Too many choices!

  2. See you in Rhinebeck! Congrats!!

  3. I'm not sure if I signed up for the newsletter already. Is there a way to check?

    Also, I have lemons for you and I keep thinking that I am coming up to Berkeley and then canceling. But I want to drop them off before you begin your gallivanting! Otherwise I guess I could just bring them along to the Seattle conference.

    I saw that you are stopping at Wellesley and I think if you are in the area you should stop by Amherst or Northampton (Smith College). The population there is essentially the east coast equivalent of Berkeley, and they would love you. When I was at Smith, those sort of talks were *extremely* well attended.

    • Hi there, does your email start with your name then "blogs"? If so, you're on my list! I love lemons, and will always receive them with open arms :) I also love Smith and Amherst… spent a lot of time there in my college days, good idea.

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