I’ve got a couple updates this Friday. 🙂
First, The Messenger is now on Kindlegraph. If you haven’t heard of it, Kindlegraph is a website that allows authors to send personal inscriptions and signatures for ebooks to readers, allowing ebooks to be ‘signed’ just like print books. It’s pretty cool! If you’d like a personalized inscription and signature from me for The Messenger, you can request one here. Kindlegraph will deliver it to you as a PDF that you can store on your computer and / or ereader.
Second of all, I’m now on Twitter. You can find me there at @LeahRoseYA
And, just because it’s Friday…
I’m using pinterest. Are you? Whether or not you have an account, you can view mine here. My board for The Messenger offers a look inside Jeilin’s world and I’ve also got other horse and writing related boards.
I don’t know about you, but it’s difficult for me to believe that it’s already August! While I plan to enjoy the rest of the summer, I know fall (my favorite time of year) is just around the corner. Here’s some information on an event that’s going to make it a fun season. West Virginia’s mountain scenery is breathtaking in autumn, so I’m really looking forward to the trip to Charleston, and to meeting readers during my signing hours at the festival.
Signing at the West Virginia Book Festival
Saturday Oct. 13th (possibly Sunday Oct. 14t too – TBA)
Charleston Civic Center
I will be signing at the Lands Atlantic Publishing table. More info on exact hours TBA.
Paperback copies of The Messenger will be available for purchase, or, you can bring your own.
For more information and directions, please visit:
There’s a great line-up of authors, and this is going to be an exciting event. 🙂 Hope to see you there!