Saturday, December 9, 2017

My QUACKERY Tour, and the talk on CPAN's BookTV!

Well, my book tour for QUACKERY is finally over! I had a wonderful few weeks visiting Boston, Miami, Chicago, Austin, Denver, Cincinnati, Omaha, and Baltimore. I was able to see lots of friends, make some new ones, and meet lots of new readers. It was exhausting but wonderful.

Four different trips, and over fifteen flights! I saw a lot of beautiful sky.

The lovely Alyson McCandless in Chicago! 

U Miami medical students who learned some medical history that night. 

Dr. Hasan, a sweet friend from medical school. This was at Denver's BookBar!

I did a podcast with Dan Rodricks podcast, Roughly Speaking. Listen here.

The Cincinnati Books by the Bank festival

Signing this gorgeous poster at the Bookworm Omaha!

While I was in Chicago, John Green was at my hotel. Cool.

A talented friend--Lenore Eisenhour, who writes beautiful YA!
As part of my talk in Baltimore, hosted by the Enoch Pratt Library, BookTV recorded my talk for CSPAN. So if you missed me when I was travelling, here's a chance for you to see the talk for yourself!

Enjoy! (click image below)


Botanist said...

That looks like a lot of fun, but it also sounds exhausting! Flying is no longer the adventure it used to be, but meeting all those people enthusiastic about your writing must be a real buzz.

Richard Hughes said...

How exciting! Looks like you had a wonderful tour. And meeting up with old friends had to be the best part.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Now that's quite a tour! You met a lot of people and caught up with friends to boot.

Elizabeth Varadan, Author said...

Congratulations on such a wonderful tour! It looked fabulous.

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