Come See Me at Fall For The Book

Fall for the book meme Sept 2014

This weekend I have the honor of being part of Fall For The Book taking place in Fairfax, Virginia, at the Sherwood Center on Old Lee Highway. The panel is called “From Sweet To Heat: How romance authors deal with love & lust on the page” and it starts at 3:30, with a book signing to follow. I’m very excited to be on this panel with Gail Barrett, Alexa J Day, Pamela Palmer, and Hope Ramsay, with Lori Dillon as moderator. 

And if you’re on the other side of the country, I hope you’ll come see me in Anaheim, California on October 4th for the Authors in the OC event. It’s a massive book signing with all proceeds going to charity. You can meet lots of authors, load up on books, and give to a good cause (breast cancer research) while you’re at it. Perfect way to spend a weekend if you ask me. (I’m also excited to be slipping in a visit to Disneyland while we’re there. Whee!) Get your tickets here.

I’ve been very quiet for a while as I’ve been writing the first book in my new Ardent Springs series, which will release next May (subject to change but not likely.) However, you’ll be sick of me by the end of November as I’ll have TWO books coming out that month. MORE TO GIVE, the final installment in the Anchor Island series, hits shelves on Nov. 11th, and then COWBOYS FOR CHRISTMAS, in which I have the story Love Me, Cowboy, will hit your eReading device on Nov. 18th. There will be blogs throughout the month and a local book signing here in the Hampton Roads area on November 22nd. More details on that later. 

I do hope you’ll come see me if you get the chance. I love engaging with readers on Facebook, but in person is even better. 

2 thoughts on “Come See Me at Fall For The Book”

  1. Phyllis says:

    Hi Terri,
    Busy, busy. I wish I could come and meet you, it would be my pleasure. Unfortunately being on the east coast in New England, too far away. Come to NH and I am there for sure!!! 🙂
    I can’t wait for November, the release of More To Give, it seems like a lifetime away, this is one of the best series I have ever read. It touched me in so many different ways. So although I am so anxious to read the last book, I am also sad that it will be the last one. I will miss the people of Anchor Island. Cowboys For Christmas looks HOT!!! Will be reading that for sure. And will look forward to your new series in the spring. So happy to have found you as an author!!! Enjoy all your travels!!!

  2. Terri says:

    Thank you, Phyllis!! I’m glad you found me, too. NH in the fall would be lovely! Or maybe late spring. When does winter end up there? LOL!

    It is bittersweet to see my first ever series end, but I’m having SO MUCH FUN with the new series. In fact, I’m writing the final scene right now, which I need to get back to. I will be in NYC next July, so maybe you can find a reason to make the trip over that way. I’d love to meet you!

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