A GENTLE REMINDER...Very much looking forward to seeing you...

Saturday, September 10; Elliott Bay Books, 7:30 pm, Seattle, Washington

Monday, September 12; Annie Bloom's Books, 7:00 pm, Portland, Oregon

Wednesday, September 14; Books Inc. in the Marina; 7:00 pm, San Francisco, California

Thursday, September 15; Tattered Cover; 7:30 pm, Denver, Colorado


Anonymous said...

Wish you were in Los Angeles. Maybe next round.

Warren said...

Do you have time for a glass of wine / finger food in Seattle?

Susan Boe said...

I am so jealous of these cities, have you ever considered visiting Little Rock, we have a lovely independent bookstore-Wordsworth. I think you are amazing. LOVE

profA said...

Safe travels.
Linda B.

Dominique said...

Susan Boe, Little Rock may be in my future! who knows...thanks so much for the kind words. And Warren, you bet! Thank you!

Dominique said...

And thank you profA...you must know that I'm always a nervous wreck before traveling....! d

Warren said...

Seattle is an agreeable town for walking if you get here early. I'd suggest treating yourself to breakfast at the Pike Place Market. Le Panier has the best croissants and coffee. Take the Times and lounge at the window bar. Peaches the size of softballs may be all you need for a mid-day snack. Some flowers from the market may be just what you need to relax you before your reading.

Sunday morning the Ballard Farmers Market is worth a trip. Go early (9ish) and get brunch at Bastille. Read the NYTs about 9/11.

Warren said...

In Portland:

- Paley's (Escarot a la Bordelaise w Bone Marrow) and Chocolate SOuffle
- Park Kitchen
- VooDoo donuts
- Food carts / trucks

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