Thursday, November 17, 2011

Planning my Book Launch!



So, who likes carrot cake? Who likes apple pie? I'm having both at my book launch--at both my book launches, actually.



We are celebrating the publication of my new romantic suspense, Cold River at two different venues.


Thursday, December 1, at 7 PM, I'll be at Village Books in Bellingham, WA. Village Books is an awesome independent bookstore located in the Fairhaven District. Besides greeting old friends and making new ones, I'll talk a bit about the setting of Cold River, which is in a town reminiscent of Concrete, Washington. I'll serve carrot cake, read a few passages from the book, and then we'll have the drawing for door prizes--home made apple pies and books.


Then, on the next Thursday, December 8, again at 7 PM, I'll be at the Sedro Woolley Public Library at 802 Ball Street. Same agenda as at Village books: carrot cake, reading, door prizes. I'll have books at the library for anyone who wants to buy one, but I've also donated a copy to the library, so, if you're so inclined, you can read it there.


Mostly, both nights are a celebration. I hope you'll come celebrate with me.



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Follow this blog. I remembered I haven't posted my method of cooking a healthy fried egg, and I didn't do the promised custard pie--soooo easy and so good. For anyone who wants to learn how to make an applie pie, google "Liz Adair's World Famous Apple Pie" and my blog posting on it will come up.

5 comments:

Angie said...

Congratulations on your book. The launches sound so fun and yummy! Wish I lived closer.

Pam Williams said...

Wish I could be there!

Liz Adair said...

Thanks Angie & Pam. I wish you both lived closer, too.

Gloria said...

I read your blog and marched right into the kitchen and made your apple pie. So good!! My husband is beaming. I think I'll discard my old favorite apple pie recipe.
I have requested that our city library buy Cold River. I hope to be reading it soon.

Liz Adair said...

Wonderful, Gloria. I'm glad to know my instructions translate. Thanks for requesting Cold River, by the way.