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Want an Autographed Copy? Order From Powells Today!

Powell’s Books in Beaverton is having their second Rose City Romance event next Friday, September 19th and I am thrilled to get to go join the crowd! If you live in the greater Portland area, please drop by, ask questions, take pictures, and get autographs . . . . oh yes, there will be lots of books.  Always a great lure–especially after reading all the comments from Monday’s Blog. I’ll be there signing Tempted by the Night, along with Samantha James signing Seduction of an Unknown Lady, my friend Terri Reed  with her book, Double Jeopardy, as well as the author of the hour, Delilah Marvelle with Mistress of Pleasure, along with numerous other authors.  Here are all the details if you can attend:

Friday, September 19th @ 7pm
Powell’s Books at Cedar Hills Crossing
3415 SW Cedar Hills Blvd.
Beaverton, Oregon
(800) 878-7323

Now I realize that there a lot of you who can’t take a weekend jaunt to Portland all that easily, so Powell’s is offering to anyone who orders Tempted by the Night online before the signing an autographed copy, which I will sign next week and then will be shipped promptly to your doorstep. Or you can call the (800) number above and get your copy reserved. I love going to Portland, and Powell’s, and seeing all my friends and making new ones.  Do drop by if you can.

So just for giggles, tell me your three authors you’d want to come to a signing at your local bookstore.  Dead or alive. Romance or not.  Pick your three.

10 comments to “Want an Autographed Copy? Order From Powells Today!”

  1. Lois
    September 11th, 2008 at 5:47 am · Link

    Hmm . . . well, since you said dead or alive, romance or not (you asked for it! LOL) —

    Jane Austen
    Albert Einstein
    William Shakespeare
    Steven Hawking

    Okay, well, it’s not three, but plus one, but I had to put one live guy on the list! LOL 🙂


  2. kris
    September 11th, 2008 at 6:09 am · Link

    Oh, it was easy until I saw the part about including dead people!

    Christopher Moore
    Lucy Maud Montgomery
    Paul of Tarsus (the guy who write the letters to the Corinthians, Galations, Ephesians, etc.)

  3. Shannon McKelden
    September 11th, 2008 at 8:36 am · Link

    Totally off topic, but have you seen this?


    Congrats, girl!

  4. Elizabeth
    September 11th, 2008 at 9:22 am · Link

    Yeah, thanks Shannon! I was quite surprised and thrilled.

  5. Haven Rich
    September 12th, 2008 at 12:18 am · Link


    I’d have to say: Jane Austen, The Bronte Sisters (yes, I cheated) and YOU!

    Shoot, I’d enjoy spending a month with each just to see to each works during that time.

  6. Sophia Nash
    September 12th, 2008 at 7:22 am · Link

    Congratulations on the wonderful Booklist announcement. That is a great list to be on!
    Just had to stop by to say Wow!. . . And 3 authors? Can we make that 20? OK, must learn to follow rules…
    Jane Austen (she’d be exhausted by all the stops she’d have to make!)
    Oscar Wilde
    W. Somerset Maugham
    Of course I’d be so tongue-tied with such a line up that I’m sure I’d make a fool of myself by tripping/stuttering in a rush to meet them!

  7. Elizabeth
    September 12th, 2008 at 10:06 am · Link

    Isn’t this fun? I have imagined such a dinner so many times. My authors?

    Jane Austen (of course!)
    Georgette Heyer (because I would love to see how the two them got on)
    LM Montgomery–just so I could gush all over her and tell her what her books meant to me, what they still mean to me.
    And just because we need a man around, lets make it Samuel Coleridge. Because nothing makes a dinner entertaining like a bad boy!

  8. Elizabeth
    September 12th, 2008 at 10:08 am · Link

    Kris, I saw your post after I posted and I agree, I think St. Paul would be an awesome addition! Great suggestion!

  9. Terri
    September 12th, 2008 at 3:54 pm · Link

    wow, three? It would be nice to have any good authors would come. it hard to choice. I like others said ” Jane Austen and William Shakespeare.. I would add Charles Dickens.

  10. Terri
    September 12th, 2008 at 3:56 pm · Link

    Wow, three? I would consider so many authors would come but I go with others said it.
    Jane Austen
    William Shakespeare
    Charles Dickens

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