We’re wrapping up our first week of traveling, school-visiting, and book signing. Things have been marvelous all around, although I’m starting to feel a bit loopy and disoriented. (This morning, I couldn’t find my glasses, my phone, or the buzzing alarm clock, and I spent several seconds wondering where on earth I was and whether I was supposed to be asleep there before I found my glasses, saw palm trees out the window, and remembered that I was in my very own hotel room in Miami.) Geoff Rodkey and Curtis Jobling are top blokes, as Curtis himself might say, and they’ve both been blogging about the tour. You can read their delightful observations here and here; I’m feeling too out of it for a full-scale recap. Maybe later. For now: Pictures!!!
Speaking of signed books, you can now find signed copies of all four of our series (A Tale Dark and Grimm, The Chronicles of Egg, Wereworld, and The Books of Elsewhere) at the following fantastic independent bookstores:
– Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Cincinnati, OH
– Little Shop of Stories, Decatur, GA
– Page & Palette, Fairhope, AL
– Books & Books, Coral Gables, FL
These are the kind of bookstores that give me hope for the future. Huge, HUGE thanks to all of the booksellers who have hosted us, and who have connected us to these amazing schools:
– Campbell County Middle School, Alexandria, KY
– Davis Academy, Atlanta, GA
– St. Thomas More School, Decatur, GA
– Fairhope Intermediate School, Fairhope, AL
– J. Larry Newton School, Fairhope, AL
– Carver Middle School, Coral Gables, FL
The enthusiasm, insight, and warmth of the kids at each of these stops has blown us away. Palmer Trinity School and Gator Run Elementary: We’ll see you tomorrow!
In Minnesota, there’s an April snowstorm. In Miami, there’s an orchid in my drink.