Archive for November, 2010

Great launch for GHOST OVER BOULDER CREEK

Halloween weekend– a fun, chancey time to release a book, but I gave it a go.  Saturday, the day before Halloween, was the best signing.  The Boulder Barnes & Noble and I teamed up for a GHOST OVER BOULDER CREEK launch and Uni Hills Elementary Boo’k Fair.  Many families attended– along with some of my dear friends– supporting their children’s accomplishments and school, where I’d done an author visit at two days prior. With my rising, moaning mechanical ghost as my sidekick, cookies and little “Thriller” dancers, I read from my middle grade novel GHOST OVER BOULDER CREEK, then signed books.  I also signed my last two picture books EVEN SHARKS NEED FRIENDS and I’LL NEVER LEAVE.

Halloween day was not a good choice.  Though I had a few thoughtful friends show, most kids were outside enjoying wonderful weather and probably trick or treating at the mall.  Memo to self: No signings on the day of the holiday.

Hope to see you at my next events:

*”Harvest of Books”  Many Colorado history authors signing books for wonderful keepsakes and holiday gift ideas.

Sat. Nov. 6 10-2

Molly Brown Summer House

Wadsworth & Yale, Denver, CO

*Barnes & Noble Welchester Elem. Book Fair

Thurs. Nov. 11, 4-7

14347 W. Colfax, Golden, CO 303-215-9061

*Barnes & Noble Kinard Middle School Book Fair

Fri. Nov. 12 6-8

4045 S. College, Ft. Collins, CO

*REMAX Holiday Trunk Show

Tues. Nov. 30 4-7

Folsom & Canyon, Boulder CO

*Teacher Appreciation Barnes & Noble

8374 S. Willow St.

Lonetree, CO 303-706-9673

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November 4, 2010 at 10:20 am Leave a comment

GHOST OVER BOULDER CREEK Launches

http://kimscritiquingcorner.blogspot.com/2010/10/ghost-story.html

Check out Kim Tomsic’s fun, Ghostcovernew blog above for info on my latest release

GHOST OVER BOULDER CREEK, an exciting middle grade history/mystery about a mixed blood, Half Cheyenne, white boy, who survives the Washita River Massacre to search for his white father in Colorado.  With his guide Buffalo Bill, Run Through Fire journeys from Oklahoma to Boulder, Colorado territory, hoping his father can help free the imprisoned survivors of his Cheyenne tribe.  But, ghostly images haunt Run Through Fire along the way.  Will Run Through Fire live to ever find his father?

November 4, 2010 at 9:33 am Leave a comment


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