Happy Holidays, Peeps who read this blog! I hope everyone had a lovely Thanksgiving and as we head into the holidays, it is not stressful but full of fun, beauty and gratitude. I keep having people ask me about when the book is out, when they can buy it and what the deal is with it so I want to give a little low down here…
The book Epiphany is out on January 4 in stores. It is on sale now online – all the buttons to buy in various stores are on the home page of epiphanychannel.com. You could buy the book as a gift but it won’t arrive at people’s homes until the 4th. I always say it is a perfect gift item, especially for this time of year because people will get it right at the start of the new year and there are 58 epiphany stories in the book so they could read one every day for the first 2 months of the year. If you get the book and would like it signed, I can send you a signed bookplate to put in the book, just email me with your request and address, or I will be doing booksignings and parties in the following cities:
Los Angeles – January 13 6:30-9:30p
Dallas – January 27 – Border’s Preston Road – 7p
Austin – February 4 – BookPeople 7pm
New Orleans – Garden District Book Shop (Date/Time TBD)
The new website will launch in about a week (YAY! I know there are a few of you sighing, “Finally.”) so there will be more specific info on there with location details, etc. as I get it.
Other great news is Epiphany got a great review from Booklist and is going to be featured in some fantastic magazines, including some of my favorites like Elle, Psychology Today, Health, and Spirituality and Health. There are also going to be LOTS of radio and web interviews to tune into, including NPR, so I’ll have it all in the news and events sections of the new site and will post to Facebook and Twitter close to the time, so if it’s something you’re interested in, you’ll be able to find out what’s going on.
That’s the latest and greatest for Epiphany news! Happy holiday shopping, wrapping, partying, caroling, celebrating, ho-ho-ho-ing and all that jazz and may your season be merry, peaceful and bright…