Purely gratuitous picture of Clark Kent at the state tournament for the Texas Forensic Association, where he competed in Cross Examination.

Purely gratuitous picture of Clark Kent at the state tournament for the Texas Forensic Association, where he competed in Cross Examination. He’s the tall white kid on the back left.

We survived spring break! Well, almost. We’ve got one weekend to go, and it’s a weekend we’ll spend in Galveston for a book event at The Galveston Book Shop. We even get the honor of escorting long-time Houston Writers Guild president Roger Paulding, who is signing his book at the same time. And a good time will be had by all!

Last weekend we took a much-needed break after two months of twice-weekly book events and spent some time in Nowheresville, dragging two teenagers along. I am happy to report that the four remaining goats are alive and well. Lucy, the pregnant nanny, doesn’t have a full bag yet, so the kids are still a ways off.

Despite our break from touring, Saving Grace had a sales spurt, on Kindle Amazon and in print. We never know who the big book orders are to our distributor, Ingram, but we always thank the heavens above when they come in!

The internet did not take a break from book events, and here’s where Saving Grace and I landed this week:

Monday, March 11

Me, guest Blogging at The Story Behind the Book

Tuesday, March 12

Coolness alert! A Book and a Chat: Interview with Barry Eva on BlogTalk Radio

Me, doing more Guest Blogging at A Little Bit of R&R

Wednesday, March 13

Here’s an Interview (on why Saving Grace is making the world a better place!) at The Writer’s Life

A Book Review of Saving Grace on Rebecca Nolen’s blog

Friday, March 15

And a Book Feature of Saving Grace at Book Him Danno!

The blog tour will be over in two weeks, and that’s when we’ll announce the winner of the Kindle Fire HD (you’re welcome 😉 ). If you haven’t entered, sprint to Pump Up Your Books, and do it now!

We’re taking the rest of this month off from live touring and will resume a reduced schedule in April (Amarillo and Stephenville, TX). Heck, we’re even taking a 3-day “grown-ups” only recuperation trip to Carlsbad Caverns, one of Eric’s haunts from his college days. We’re tapering down to build my reserves back up for the 60-cities-in-60-days tour this summer. {hold me} Let me know your cities in the comments to this post and we’ll try to squeeze you onto the schedule.

Have a great weekend, y’all –

Pamelot

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One Response to Galveston, oh Galveston

  1. Jo Bryan says:

    Pamela, I emailed you to ask about a book club visit in the fall with specific dates, but if you wanted to put us on a summer visit we could actually do July or August, too, with a little shuffling if that would help you and fit into your 60 cities tour. Second Thursday of the month.

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