I'm getting so excited about this book event and it's still months away! But I wanted to post it here as the New Year rolls in and again this coming summer right before the event itself. If any of you are in the area, I'd love to see you in person! You'll be treated to a wonderful assortment of finger foods, Kentucky style, chilled fruit punch and other delectables. If you're hankering for a cup of tea or coffee despite the 90 degree Kentucky heat, you can have that, too:)
I'll be in authentic 18th-century costume (YES! I already have my dress!) and the serving girls will also be in colonial dress, as will the tea room's gracious owner, Dawn. We're so excited about combining our love of Kentucky, southern hospitality, good food, and good books! No RSVP needed.
Recently I was thrilled to get my copy of the Baker Catalog for new summer releases 2011. This goes to retailers (and authors). I think the spread for TCL is quite nice. They included an excerpt from the book - one of my favorite romantic scenes... I don't think you can enlarge and peek, but go ahead and try:) I hope you fall in love with the characters right along with me!
Are you reading any historical fiction right now? If so, what draws you to a particular time period in history or a certain author?
Winners of the devotional giveaway in the previous post are...
Gillian and Trinity Rose!
I'll keep the other names in the hat for another giveaway I'm doing soon. Bless you all!