Hot Season Book Tour 2.0

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I’m thrilled to announce that I am back in the Biskitt (aka, Prescott) today, kicking off part two of the book tour for Hot Season–just as the weather is heating up in the Southwest (well, Phoenix, at least–it was 70 degrees at 8 pm last night when I got in).

After two dates here in the Land of AZ, I’ll be headed back up north to kick off my author/editor mini Northwest tour! Because that’s totally a thing.

If you’re a resident of Portland, take note: no matter where in the city you live, you will be able to come see me at your local indie bookstore. Because this is Portland, and if we don’t have to leave our neighborhoods, we don’t. (Also, we like to support local indies and stuff).

People of the -west I’m looking forward to seeing you at one of these events! =)

Southwest:

3.11.17–Tucson Festival of Books (Tucson, AZ)

Stop by for my Tent Talk 1:40 pm for TRUE, THRILLING TALES of radical activism in the Southwest! And stay for the signing at the Author Pavilion.

https://tucsonfestivalofbooks.org
3.14.17–Spillers No. 7 (Phoenix, AZ)

Spillers, the voice of Phoenix fiction, makes its Valley Bar debut! (I’ve been informed by those in the know that this is the COOLEST BAR IN TOWN.) I’ll be reading alongside Urian GarciaRobert Hoekman Jr.​, and Leah Roper. I even have my own theme song.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1817934961803383/?active_tab=discussion

 

Northwest:

2.23.17–Indigo Happy Hour at Zeus Cafe (Portland, OR)

I’m kicking off my author/editor Northwest mini-tour with an Indigo happy hour. The special focus is on YA this month, but all writers of fiction are welcome. Whether you’re a seasoned author or a fresh new face, I’d love to connect with you. Cheers!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1655777994723256/

3.26.17–Author Appearance at Newport Public Library (Newport, OR)

At 2:00pm, I’ll be discussing my novel, Hot Season, as well as sharing a bit about the small-press publishing landscape.
http://newportoregon.gov/dept/lib/

4.2.17–Presentation at Tsunami Books (Eugene, OR)

At 7:00 pm, I’ll be presenting a talk for the Mid-Valley Chapter of Willamette Writers entitled “Crowdfunding for Authors,” drawing from both my own experiences as an author and that of my editing clients. Bring your questions!

http://willamettewriters.org/mid-valley/

4.7–8.17–IBPA’s Publishing University (Portland, OR)
I’ll be part of a panel of Indigo editors featured at the Independent Book Publishers Association’s Publishing University Conference in downtown Portland.
http://www.publishinguniversity.org

4.11.17–Author Appearance at Broadway Books (Portland, OR)
7 pm–I’ll be reading from my debut novel, Hot Season, answering questions, and signing books. http://www.broadwaybooks.net/event/susan-defreitas-hot-season

4.17.17–City of Weird reading at Post 134 (Portland, OR)

I’m finally in town for a City of Weird reading! These 30 speculative tales set in Portland include some of my fave short stories of 2016, and I’m thrilled to read from mine, “The Mind-Body Problem.
http://www.forestavenuepress.com/catalog/city-of-weird/

4.18.17–Reading at Annie Bloom’s (Portland, OR)

7pm–Looking forward to reading at one of my favorite local indies, Annie Bloom’s in Multnomah Village. http://www.annieblooms.com/event/susan-defreitas-presents-hot-season

4.20.17–Group Reading at Another Read Through (Portland, OR)

I’ll be reading with two other members of my writers group, The Guttery, who have new books out: Tracy Manaster, author of The Done Thing, and Jamie Duclos-Yourdon, author of Froelich’s Ladder. FUN!

 

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