I did, indeed, plan a launch party in the middle of February before being scared away from that idea by more snow than we've seen in our area in a long time. In the end, I celebrated with an online book launch party, so it didn't matter if the weather outside was frightful or delightful. I followed that up with a book signing at my favorite local Starbucks…and it snowed. Fortunately, that didn't keep people away.
Then in June, five months after the official launch of my book, I had a Bookiversary Party. Since a picture paints a thousand words, I'm going to stop here and let the photos tell the rest of the story.
Thanks to everyone who attended anything. As I plan more events, I hope you'll keep stopping by, just to say hi, when I'm in your area because no matter where the event is, fun and friends are necessary ingredients.
|"Cake" and decadent cupcakes were created by Rise,|
a barista at the Randolph Park Starbucks in York.
|I'm not the only writer at my local Starbucks.|
Rosey, one of the baristas, has a degree
in creative writing, and I got to read a sample
of her novel last summer….
|…and Cerella is a Harlequin|
Heartwarming author. Her
latest title is The Paris Connection.
|I was excited to celebrate with members of my|
critique group who knew my story when….
Maggie (left), Judy….
|My sister (and fellow writer), Lori |
and brother-in-law, Paul made sure
my family was represented….
|...along with my|