Yesterday I had the pleasure of participating with four other writers at Copperfield’s Books in Novato, California.
Betsy Graziani Fasbinder was the brains behind the event: A talented writer and all-around lovely human, Betsy puts together Words Off Paper gatherings to give writers and readers an opportunity to come together.
I was in stellar company: Joining me was Christie Nelson, who read from her new historical novel Beautiful Illusion, Treasure Island, 1939; Jeb Stewart Harrison, man of many talents, who read from The Healing of Howard Brown; Sands Hall, reading from her gripping account of her years in the sway of Scientology, Flunk. Start.; and John Macon King, poet, writer, novelist and publisher of the Mill Valley Literary Review, who shared his poetry.
My book doesn’t officially launch until next week, so the bookstore didn’t have any copies yet, but I brought some of my own stash. Signing books was a thrill, as was the warm response I got to my reading.
It was a most delightful afternoon!