I had a great time on book tour and traveling to the Malice Domestic Convention with my author friends Anna Lee Huber and Julie Anne Lindsey! We signed so many books and had tons of laughs. One of the highlights for me was doing a walking tour of the National Mall in Washington DC. On my tour, I walked in the footsteps of Emily Dickinson who visited DC in 1855, which just so happens to be the same time period of my first Emily Dickinson Mystery, Because I Could Not Stop for Death. It was a great opportunity to see the places in the novel and snap a lot of photos! Below are a few pictures from the trip!
Here’s the places along the tour route where you can get signed books by all three of us!
Barnes and Noble, Youngstown, OH
Barnes and Noble, Cranberry Township, PA
Barnes and Noble, Monroeville, PA
Barnes and Noble, Greensboro, PA
Books-a-Million, Hagerstown, MD
FEATURED BOOK OF THE WEEK
Between minding a pair of rambunctious goats, meetings with her quilting circle, and matchmaking, Millie Fisher has plenty to keep her busy through her golden years. But the witty widow always makes time to solve the odd murder . . .
Some Amish men don’t know what’s good for them. That’s what Millie Fisher told herself when young Ben Baughman set his heart on marrying Tess Lieb. With Tess’s father refusing to give his blessing and Tess’s ex-boyfriend being a wet blanket, the hapless couple was bound to butt heads more than Millie’s Boer goats. But when Ben tragically dies in a mysterious fire, Millie wonders if someone in her hometown of Harvest, Ohio, wanted Ben out of the wedding picture altogether . . .
With the help of her quilting buddies, and her outspoken Englischer friend Lois, Millie is determined to patch together all the clues without even dropping a stitch. She only hopes it won’t be the death of her . . .
Happy reading! ❤