Posts Tagged ‘brooklyn’

Gratitude

A huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who attended my book release party Saturday–it was an unprecedented success, and I had an absolute blast. Special thanks to Alex and Elsbeth at Rocketship; Marion, Michele, and Alex for the photos; Steve and Matt for providing soundtrack help; Gina for bringing cookies; and Dave for helping me run everything smoothly (and doing all the other voices during my reading!).

Braces-friendly food: applesauce, blue Jell-O, ice cream, smile-shaped cookies, and Smile French Fries!

The live reading and presentation, in front of a packed house.

The past couple of weeks have been amazing: thanks to everyone who has emailed me, blogged, Tweeted, Facebooked, linked to my site, sent text messages and photos, written reviews on Amazon and Goodreads; bought the last copy at their local store; asked store owners to order the book; lent their book to a friend; or simply told me they enjoyed it. I’m blown away by the response so far, and can’t wait to share Smile with more new readers. Thank you.

Really…I can’t say it enough!

Book Release Party at Rocketship!

Just a reminder: THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON, my book release party goes down in Brooklyn, NY!

Smile Book Release Party!
Saturday, February 13, 2010
4-6 PM

Rocketship
208 Smith Street
Brooklyn, NY

Visit Rocketship’s website for more information.

*Live visual reading, with an embarrassing Valentine’s theme!
*Braces-friendly food!
*90s tunes!

All ages are most welcome. I’ve come up with some fun surprises for all the party guests, so please come by, get your book signed, see my presentation, and have a good time!

Book Release Party Flier!

Save the date:

Smile Book Release Party!
Saturday, February 13, 2010
4-6 PM

Rocketship
208 Smith Street
Brooklyn, NY
http://rocketshipstore.blogspot.com

*Live visual reading! Perhaps with an embarrassing Valentine’s theme!
*Braces-friendly food!
*90s tunes!

All ages are most welcome. I’ll pop in with a reminder a little closer to the fact, but wanted to invite everyone to this event with some advance notice–mark your calendars!