Wow, Homewaters is out in the world! Bookstores have it. A friend in Nairobi, Kenya, has it. My mom has it…and says she likes it.
To promote the book, I am participating in a variety of events, which are listed below. It’d be great to see you at one of them. They should be fun and entertaining.
If you want to purchase the book, I encourage you to do so through the bookstores that are hosting me. If you want a signed book, you can buy one (or more) from me.
All events are virtual. Most are free. All are open to everyone.
May 3 – Seattle Public Library and Elliott Bay Bookstore – 6PM - BOOK LAUNCH – Wow, I am honored and excited that I will be interviewed by my pal and former book editor at the Seattle Times Mary Ann Gwinn to launch my new book! It will be a fun event. Click on either link to register.
May 11 – Jefferson County Historical Society and Port Townsend Marine Science Center – 7PM – North to Port Townsend. I will be interviewed by the Science Center’s Program Manager Diane Quinn, who’s also my pal. Here’s a link to register.
May 13 – Words, Writers & SouthWest Stories – 6PM – Through the Loghouse Museum – I will be interviewed by Dora-Faye Hendricks, chair of this fun and interesting series.
May 19 – Browsers Bookshop – 6PM – South to Olympia. Another virtual interview. I suspect we’ll focus on some South Sound stories. Sure to be fun. Scroll down to find information on my talk.
May 25 – King County Library System: Newcastle – 6PM – I will give a presentation about Homewaters. Co-sponsored by the Mercer Island Historical Society.
May 26 – Edmonds Bookshop – 6PM – I will be interviewed by my friend, the wonderful artist and author Tony Angell. Sure to be some good laughs.
May 27 – Fort Nisqually Living History Museum – 7PM – I will be interviewed by Tacoma Metro Parks Art, Culture, and Heritage Administrator Claire Keller-Scholz.
June 1 – Salt Spring Island Conservancy, Transition Salt Spring, and Salt Spring Books – I will be interviewed by my pal Dave Secord for the Canadian launch of Homewaters. Preregistration is required. Contact Debra Cobon: email@example.com
June 20 - Books in CommonNW - I will be chatting with my friend Lyanda Lynn Haupt. More details to come.
July 14 – North Cascades Institute – 6:00 p.m. – I will be interviewed by their education manager Molly Harrigan. Click on NCI link to register for the talk.
Want to know more? Here are a few interviews. Each one is interesting, exciting, thrilling, thought-provoking, and scintillating.
“Fantastic research, clear and compelling explanations, elegant prose – this’ll be a lasting contribution to Northwest literature. I’m not exaggerating – it’s a great book.” Steve Olson