Tour 2009 & First Day of Spring

Good Equinox, good peoples, especially those of you shivering on Brooklyn where it is snowing!

Here is a picture of what our forest looked like just as I was leaving yesterday.

Image and video hosting by TinyPic The daffodils are up!

Yesterday’s trip to LA was pretty smooth. The plane was over an hour late leaving Syracuse, so I had a fun sprint through the Detroit airport to make my connecting flight, but it all worked out in the end. My luggage even arrived on time! Did my March Madness brackets in the air. Felt pretty good when I saw that MD beat California.

(Of course, I prefer not to talk about all of the bad picks I made. There’s not much fun in that!)

I’ve already started to get some nice email from readers of WINTERGIRLS saying how much they enjoyed the book. Thanks to everyone who took the time to write!

Bookavore pointed out to me that everyone can follow my daily peregrinations on tour by watching my Twitter feed and hitting refresh every once in a while. You do not have to sign up for Twitter to watch what I write there.

Today’s Events
Early morning – a couple of radio interviews.

Late morning – a visit to the Archer School for Girls (not a public event).

Afternoon – a visit to Lincoln Middle School in Santa Monica (not a public event).

Late afternoon – a press conference with high school students.

4:30 – 5:30pm Public Event at the Santa Monica Public Library (hosted by Children’s Book World)
Martin Luther King, Jr. Auditorium
601 Santa Monica Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Contact: Erica Cuyugan, young adult librarian

7 pm Public Event at Barnes & Noble
3rd St. Promenade, 1201 3rd St
Santa Monica, CA
Contact: John Schatzel
Phone: (310) 260-9110

Saturday’s Public Events: Come One, Come All!

12:00 PM Vroman’s
695 E. Colorado Blvd.
Pasadena, CA 91101
Contact: Jen Ramos

4:00 PM Mrs. Nelson’s
1030 Bonita Ave.
La Verne, CA 91750
Contact: Andrea Vuleta

6 Replies to “Tour 2009 & First Day of Spring”

  1. Dude, if you ever have an actual layover in Detroit that doesn’t involve sprinting through terminals, let me know. I’d probably drive to the airport just to hang out. Surely one of those restaurants serves sushi…

  2. I missed the radio interview at noon, but they have it up now. For anyone interested, it’s definitely worth checking out – it starts at the 16:11 mark and runs for eight minutes.

    Loved the line about the right bumper sticker for the Volvo. Me, I always wanted to get one of those that say, “Starfleet Academy.” Also, about remembering riding the bus and all, it’s said that John Hughes still remembers his high school locker combination. Which would be why, like you, he was able to create such good works about those years.

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