I’m excited that How To Climb The Eiffel Tower is part of the Investor Group’s holiday campaign in Canadian airports. Over this holiday season, travellers can download these books for free while they are waiting to board their flights. I am honored to have one of my books grouped with Great Expectations and Little Women.
I just wanted to pass along some news. NOOK has included How To Climb The Eiffel Tower in their February promotions. It is only $3.99 right now! Because of price matching policies, the Kindle and Kobo versions are also $3.99.
Now might be a good time to take a chance and pick up your own copy or recommend it to a pal.
It’s been an exciting few weeks since How To Climb The Eiffel Tower was released. I have been doing a radio tour talking to people about the book and cancer survivorship. If you are in the Colorado, Washington, New York, or Kentucky areas, tune in and listen to the conversations. Some of the radio stations I spoke to last week have archive feeds, which I have included.
Monday, 10/13 – Denver, CO KLZ-AM 11:00 CT Experience Pros
Tuesday, 10/14 – Wenatchee, WA KWCC
Thursday, 10/16 – Buffalo, NY WESB-AM 10:00 ET
Monday, 10/20 – Lexington, KY WMST-AM 9:00 ET
Barbara Dooley Show on WGAU in GA
Midwest Opinions on KOGA in NE
We had a lovely time at the launch party for How To Climb The Eiffel Tower.
I was overjoyed that we had such a nice crowd for a short reading and question and answer period. After the months of preparation, it was great to finally be able to talk with people about the book. The folks at our local Barnes & Noble were extremely gracious and even found more chairs when we ran out. Thanks, Val.
On another note, I have several guest posts running this week. Check out these blogs to read my posts, then click around a bit and get to know Eileen and Julie.
Guest post on Booktalk With Eileen
Eileen’s review of How To Climb The Eiffel Tower
Guest post on Julie Musil
Lara Blaine believes that she can hide from her past by clinging to a rigid routine of work and exercise. She endures her self-imposed isolation until a cancer diagnosis cracks her hard exterior. Lara’s journey through cancer treatment should be the worst year of her life. Instead, it is the year that she learns how to live. She befriends Jane, another cancer patient who teaches her how to be powerful even in the face of death. Accepting help from the people around her allows Lara to confront the past and discover that she is not alone in the world. With the support of her new friends, Lara gains the courage to love and embrace life. Like climbing the Eiffel Tower, the year Lara meets Jane is tough, painful, and totally worth it.