Virtual book tour at the verge of the pandemic’s reopening

I’m so glad to be vaccinated and to be able to visit with my grown children, live and in person, once again. It’s heartening to see the world slowly reopening after more than a year of self isolation.

Will live readings be part of my book tour this summer? Not quite yet, but stay tuned!

What’s coming in June

This month I’m looking forward to:

  • A spot on the great The Safe Haven Podcast (recording June 1)
  • The “Third Thursday Virtual Fireside Chat” with Author Tamara Sellman, hosted by Martha Salinas. June 17, 7pm Pacific time, via the Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network (BARN)(REGISTER HERE TO WATCH)
  • An encore live appearance on the UK’s Chat & Spin radio broadcast on June 28 (11am, Pacific time)
  • A live appearance with Luther Allen for the PoetryBridge LIVE! virtual reading event on June 28 (7pm, Pacific time)

More events are slated for July, and then I’ll be taking a break in August.

If you haven’t attended a live event or viewed a recorded one by now, and you want to, stay connected through my virtual tour list to receive links to upcoming events as they happen while they’re still happening.

This, with any luck, will include live readings and other open-air, face-to-face events as bookstores, libraries, and other venues open up.

In case you missed it…

Here’s a look at what’s taken place since Intention Tremor officially launched in February 2021:

Want to help?

If you haven’t purchased Intention Tremor yet, please consider doing so. Some of my most stalwart supporters buy multiple copies: one for themselves, and copies for their friends and family with chronic illness.

If you know someone living with a new autoimmune disease diagnosis, they may find some guidance and hope from my book; why not send them a copy as a gift to show you support their new journey into the chronic realm?

All of my proceeds from the sales of the book benefit the Accelerated Cure Project (ACP), an organization that MS scientists rely upon to expedite data collection and accelerate research findings.

People with MS don’t have the luxury of time on their side; the disease progresses by means still not clearly understood. Even during a pandemic, 200 people are diagnosed with MS every week in the US. However, research for cures and treatments remain in limbo as COVID-19 consumes all the resources, personnel, and funding available to medical researchers.

When MS research can begin again in earnest, researchers are going to need the ACP like never before.

Please help if you can.

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