A Heartfelt Thanks!

In two days I leave for my Oklahoma Book Tour!  I can’t begin to tell y’all how excited I am to be home, visiting my old stomping grounds and the places that have meaning to me.  Before I go, though, I want to take a minute to give a very heartfelt thanks to the many people who have not only supported my efforts along this entire process, but especially those people who have taken the time to retweet or share my many posts leading up to this event.  There are so many of you who have shared with your friends the dates and details of my upcoming stops, and I send to each of you my most heartfelt thanks and appreciation.

I really hope those of you in the area will come out and see me at one of my many signings.  If you do, please introduce yourself if we’ve never met face to face.  Especially if we’ve had contact over social media, I’d love to put a face to a name.  For those of you that I once knew in my high school years, please don’t be offended if I don’t recognize you right off.  Much to my dismay, I’m finding that my memory at only 45 is really awful.  Sometimes I remember faces and not names, and other times I remember names but not faces. And sometimes I remember names but can’t remember any specific details.  So please — reintroduce yourself, if necessary, and let’s get to know each other brand new!

So come out and see me at one of the following locations — I can’t wait to see all of you!

Note:  For details on any of the below book signings, click on any image and it will enlarge for better detail.

One response to “A Heartfelt Thanks!”

  1. Good luck. Hope it all goes well for you. If I lived nearby I would stop in and say hey.


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