I’m writing the final chapters of Letter of the Law and will have it done this weekend because Monday morning I’m boarding a plane for Women’s Week, which I have dubbed Authorama. Why, you ask? Because during this week devoted to all things woman in the seaside town at the tip of the Cape, the streets will be teaming with authors! Every genre will be represented and not a day will pass without a reading, signing, or sighting! Can you tell I’m excited?
Thirty Bold Strokes Books authors will be in Provincetown for panels, readings, signings, and a meet and greet. You can catch the full schedule here. In addition, GCLS has a full day of events and loads of authors from other publishing houses will be on hand as well. If you’re in the area, definitely check it out – most of the events are free and open to everyone. If you can’t make it this year, it’s not too early to start planning for next year. Women’s Week always takes place the week of Columbus Day.
Well, I’m off to go finish a book and pack. Next time I check in, I should have advance copies of my December release, Without Justice and I’ll be doing some give-aways right here at Women and Words. Cheers!