Well, things are coming together and this book launch may prove to be the biggest and best Edmonton has ever seen!
On October 8th, a private launch party by invitation only will be held on the upper level of Cappuccino Affair at 4341-50th Street, in Edmonton. There is limited seating open to the public on the lower level, and everyone who comes out to see me will qualify to enter for some fabulous door prizes. So come on down, even if only for a quick coffee and to enter!
The launch party will start at 7:00 pm and the schmoozing and fun will continue until 10...or later for some of us die-hard partiers! Victor Guan, the wonderful owner of Cappuccino Affair, will be offering some special munchies and complimentary coffee to the upper level...and there's a possibility that everyone may get a FREE coffee!
All of my books will be available to buy, and I will be autographing them. A special discount applies to all three titles, so this is the best time to grab up copies of Whale Song, Divine Intervention and The River!!
Door prizes include (so far):
~ Cheryl Kaye Tardif
THE OFFICIAL BLOG OF INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLING AUTHOR CHERYL KAYE TARDIF
Mystery, suspense, thrillers, paranormal, horror & YA by "Cheryl Kaye Tardif" & romance by "Cherish D'Angelo". Cheryl is represented by Trident Media Group in NY.
Tuesday, August 30, 2005
Gearing up for The River Launch!
Posted by Cheryl Tardif at 8:04 AM
i just came across your site in the search for the rare sighting of scifi/fantasy/mystery writers doing book signings in Edmonton! Yay for authors from such a great home city! ;D
I blush to admit I haven't read your books, but after reading a synopsis on the Divine Intervention book, I'm actually running out at lunch to buy it!
I can't wait for the function in October and hopefully will be able to squeeze in a book signing of the River book. (If non-invitees are allowed to get them!)
I also read the article on 'book signing' on Authors Den (http://www.authorsden.com/visit/viewarticle.asp?AuthorID=22624&id=18865) and thought it was great advice. I've seen a few book signings, that even though the book genre didn't pull me in, the bored or disinterested looks/actions of the author didn't help matters any.
Well off to peruse the rest of your site!
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