At the end of August, just before I hit the jetway for paperback book tour adventures in D.C., Virginia and Holland, I had the divine pleasure of visiting with a book club of Dallas divas at A Real Bookstore. The beauty of Skype technology once again enabled me to be there without being there, and we had quite the fiesta in the middle of the bookstore! Cookies were passed. (I swear I could smell them through the computer hardware.) The conversation was full of insights and laughter and even a discovery that one of the book clubbers and I lived in the same town in Virginia for a time. (Small, small world.)
I love the idea of featuring book clubs. I think they— YOU, dear readers— deserve the spotlight for not just reading and championing my novels, but investing yourself. Investing your busy hours and even busier emotions in my characters. That means more to me than I can ever express. So I curtsy in gratitude once again and am pleased to show off this week’s fabulous book club from A Real Bookstore in Dallas, Texas.
Stay tuned for more FEATURED BOOK CLUBS, which could be yours! If your club is discussing The Baker’s Daughter and would like to send me photos of your fun event, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’d love to hear from you!
Yours truly, Sarah