Happy Birthday Dr. Suess! My favorite quote: "Who Am I? My name is Ish. On my hand I have a dish. ... I have this dish to help me wish. When I wish to make a wish I wave my hand with a big swish swish. Then I say, 'I wish for fish! And I get fish right on my dish. SO, if you wish to wish a wish, you may swish for fish with my Ish wish dish."
Anyone wonder why it is my favorite?? lol! Check out my website to find out....www.psychicreadings-evanne.com Plus this quote is the best description of creative visualization ever!!
Someone walked into a local bookstore today and requested my book. Funny thing is, the book was not officially for sale at this store. I had dropped off a copy of the book months ago for the owner to review. When I had not heard back I stopped in just to get my review copy back. The salesperson could not find the book, and the owner was busy so I just left my name and the book title and asked them to call me when they found it.
Today, the phone was ringing as I was walking into my house after work. The speaker told me she was the owner of the local bookstore. I thought she was going to tell me that I could pick up the review copy sure to be unviewed by bookstore patrons (clientele). Instead, she told me that a customer had requested my book by title and she had sold her the review copy. The owner also said that the buyer was from out of town! To my delight and utter amazement, the bookstore owner asked me if she could purchase 5 more copies!
So, mystery purchaser, thank you so much and please reveal yourself!!
“Firefly Night” is now available at :
The Storyteller Bookstore
30 Lafayette Circle
There are a limited number of copies so please call ahead to reserve your copy.
“Firefly Night” is also available on Amazon, BN.com, Kindle and Smashwords.com
Evanne is available for fund raisers/author nights at schools, libraries and toy stores.
Just learning to use the blog.
I visited the Lafayette Libary today as well as the Storyteller Bookstore in Lafayette.
I will go back next week with my complete "author package" and see if I can arrange to do readings of
"Firefly Night" at both venues.
Walking home, I thought of a little song that I can sing to my audience after I read the book.