Monday, August 19, 2013
Fans of Sarah M. Eden, Take Note!
Big, fun, fabulous news for Sarah M. Eden fans!
For the first time, Sarah is having an awesome launch party at The King's English Bookshop in Salt Lake City for her brand-new release, the second book in Shadow Mountain's Proper Romance line: Longing for Home.
This isn't a glorified book signing. Oh, no. It's a full-on party.
Attendees get a chance to hear Sarah talk to her fans (or possibly do a reading from the book!).
Plus they'll be treated to awesome Irish-themed refreshments (fitting because the main character is from Ireland): FIVE flavors of scones (not Utah scones; authentic ones), plus clotted cream and strawberry jam, THREE flavors of tarts, shortbread, mini quiches, and sausage rolls.
And of course, you can get your book signed.
I mean seriously, people! It's going to be epic!
The launch party is TOMORROW, Tuesday, August 20, at 7:00 PM.
See full details on the Facebook page. You can pre-order a copy of the book at the bookstore link above, or you can buy one there.
It'll be awesome and fun, and I can't wait to see Sarah there to celebrate this big step in her writing career.
If you haven't met her, trust me: she's one of the funniest, loveliest, smartest people around, and that's in addition to being incredibly inspirational as she fights for her health in ways I can't imagine and is in chronic, mind-numbing pain. Yet she smiles and laughs and creates beautiful books.
And she's a great friend, too. I'm blessed to be able to count myself in that number.
So COME! And be on time so you can hear her speak. See you there!
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I live too far away to come, but I'll definitely check out the book.
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