In the main row at the Snohomish Farmers Market today. If you’re hoping to catch me here this summer, come today. I won’t be back until July! Between Grain Bakery (I want to eat some of that peanut butter cake, for real) and a fruit stand with some tempting-looking cherries in front of it.
TIL that I cannot postpone the pre-order date for Bear’s Lullaby or I will be put in pre-order jail for a year. This messes up my release schedule in a special way for you because instead of having books come out spaced nice and evenly, there will now be one a month for the summer.
Rose of Petrichoria Omnibus – June 14
Bear’s Lullaby – July 19
Faith in Concordia Omnibus – August 16
On the other hand, this also means there will likely not be another release until either Anomalous or Mary’s Memoirs Book 2 comes out early 2020.
Sneak peek at the cover for Bear’s Lullaby! Note: I’ve changed the title since then.
I’m here on the corner of Cedar and Pearl in Snohomish from 3:00-7:00. Come visit me and check out all the great local businesses at the Farmers Market.
Tomorrow will be my first day at the Snohomish Farmers Market down and around 1st and Cedar in downtown Snohomish. I’m very excited to participate in this event in my hometown for the last eight years.
Y’all might not know this, but I grew up an Air Force Brat, moving around every two or three years. Even after my dad retired, we moved around quite a bit. This is the longest I have ever lived in any one house or town and I absolutely love the city of Snohomish.
I hope to meet you all there tomorrow! Click the gif of Mary hula hooping at the Farmers Market two weeks ago to find out more about the event.
For those of you waiting for the Rose of Petrichoria Omnibus edition, it will be released digitally on June 14, 2019. Forgotten, Remembered, Dazed, and Reminded will all be in one handy (pun intended) eBook. It can be pre-ordered here.
This is a quote from Forgotten. Miriam has just noticed an unfamiliar man in her neighborhood park, watching her intently. Why?
I might be roasty-toasty sunburned with a fractured middle finger, but I’m still at the monthly NCWA meeting. Less than a month until the Writers Renewal Conference!
May the 4th be with you.
I’ve confirmed where I will be this year for Black Friday and Small Business Saturday this year. At the Thomas Family Farm here in Snohomish, there will be the Holly Jolly Market. There, I will be selling and signing my books, including the Faith in Concordia Omnibus and my bedtime children’s book, Bear’s Lullaby. Click the image below to find out more.