Our newest store: Dockside Books in St. Thomas, USVI.

Our newest store: Dockside Books in St. Thomas, USVI.

Hi everyone —

What a great time we had last weekend at the Galveston Bookshop! Not only did I have a signing there, but so did Roger Paulding (President of the Houston Writers Guild) at the same time, so we carpooled and lunched and even visited newly-made friends at their home on the Strand afterwards. We ran into my day job-colleague Kathleen Hall at lunch and she followed us over to the store. I had a big surprise when a day job-client from Oklahoma showed up. I’m sure she was impressed when I called her by the wrong name, ugh. The best part of the day was our trio of Cruzan friends who stayed the whole time and chatted Eric up: Russell Granger, Leighton Thomas, and Gigi Thomas.

Want to help me raise my visibility with new readers, with just a few clicks? Vote for Saving Grace on Goodreads in the “Indie Authors Everyone Should Read” list. It should be on page 1 or 2. It was #52 out of over 1000 books last time I checked!

This week was all day job, but the Saving Grace blog tour continued:

Tuesday, March 19

Book Review at Miki’s Hope

Wednesday, March 20

Book Trailer Reveal at Thoughts in Progress

Thursday, March 21

Book Review at Inside BJ’s Head

Book Review at All Grown Up

Friday, March 22

Book Review at Mom in Love With Fiction

Only one more week to enter the Kindle Fire HD Giveaway, HERE!

I have another two whole weeks off from live appearances/speeches and book events. This weekend we will go play with our goats, and next we are off to Carlsbad Caverns. Ah, peace.

Love and light,

Pamelot

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12 Responses to A Week in the Life

  1. Bill Dorman says:

    Wow, that was a lot of books in the Indie Authors; somewhat intimidating. I voted for you though…:).
    Bill Dorman recently posted..Amazing revolutionary diet and fitness program

  2. You are 35 now (at least you were when I voted, yay yay happy happy joy joy). This is so cool! More pix of your goats, please – and be sure and do good touristy pix of the caverns for those of us Boonie-Bound.

  3. Congrats, busy lady! Shall I meet you in St Thomas for a book signing?? 😉
    xo hm

  4. Eric Huthchins says:

    Really cool how people are helping out and grace is moving up that list. And it really was GREAT to see those guys in Galveston. AND I am going to miss the blog tour when it ends, there have been some great interviews and reviews.

    • Pamela says:

      Ah, the blog tour. I’m tired just thinking about all the work done by other people 🙂
      Kidding. It was a ton of work back in December and January, but worth it!

  5. You. Inspire. Me.

    Waiting for U to come to MN so I can meet you face to face. Xxxx LOVE

  6. Grace says:

    Your schedule makes me tired just reading it!

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