Monday, December 31, 2018
Remembered: Lancaster Launch
We are launching Remembered on February 1 at Waterstones King Street in Lancaster. The date means a lot to me. A few years ago, my friend Naomi and I launched North West Literary Salon. The salon was a monthly literary experience featuring writers from across (usually) the North West. The writers read from their work, shared their writing paths, and answered our questions. We had musicians and food and the atmosphere was warm and engaging. It was a welcoming event. I absolutely loved the salons and miss them tremendously.
The launch is an opportunity for me to thank Waterstones, Lancaster, and audiences past, present, and future for supporting my events and creativity. It's a thank you for sharing their time and space and for making me feel welcomed. I couldn't think of a better place to launch my book.
The event is free. There will be food and I'm hoping music. I haven't sorted out the food yet but have reserved a table at The Crypt in Lancaster. I'm hoping you'll join me there (drinks not included). I'm told by the time we arrive, they will know how to make Raspberry Martinis.
I'm looking forward to introducing you to my characters and their world, to hearing and answering your questions, and to celebrating with you. Please order your free ticket via Eventbrite (I love numbers) and if you're so inclined, feel free to pre-order the book here or here. Although the book comes out February 7, Waterstones King Street will have copies on the 1st.
Thanks for everything and looking forward to seeing you there!
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