Tuesday, April 16, 2013

More Minnesota

I couldn't blog on our booktour trip yesterday as we had major Internet problems, so I'm catching everyone up today.

We had a busy Saturday with 3 bookstore signings and all of them were great fun.

First was in Baxter, MN at the Bethany Book and Gift. 

Deb, the bookstore owner was a tremendous hostess and her staff was positively awesome.
There were a whole bunch of us authors and of course, I had to get a book from everyone. 

Next was Park Rapids, MN and Beagle Books.  Jennifer and her assistant were so sweet.  We had great fun chatting with the readers, as well.

Last on that day was Good Book and Gifts in Little Falls.  Marge hosted me there and Alice, who had been at the signing in Baxter was able to join us.  There were yummy cookies baked by Marge's hubby and of course the wonderful readers.

Sunday we were unable to get up to Upsala due to the weather.  We were definitely sorry to miss that location because we'd been there before.  Wanda - we'll try to catch you next time.

Today was busy and I met some of the sweetest readers.  We started out at the library in Paynesville, MN.
 Again there were yummy cookies, and sweeter still were the readers.  I loved answering the questions asked.

Then we were off to Willmar and the Good News Bookstore where owner Roger and his assistant Karen were very welcoming as were the readers. 

We saw so many beautiful snowy scenes as well.  It may be the middle of April in Minnesota, but it's quite snowy and pretty.

I hope you'll continue to keep us in your prayers.
God Bless You!


  1. I just finished THE ICECUTTER'S DAUGHTER. I loved it and am so anticipating the next in the series.

    (An Icecutter's Granddaughter)

  2. Looks like a wonderful trip, Tracie. But being down here in Georgia, it amazes me to think that some places have SNOW right now! (We've already had to run our air conditioner, LOL). ~ I'm sure all those readers were thrilled to meet you. Continued prayers as you travel. Hugs, Patti Jo :)


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