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The Lost Roses Book Tour: Coming to a City Near You.

My publicist Melanie DeNardo and the rest of Team Roses at Random House have worked so hard on this incredible book tour for my Lilac Girls prequel, Lost Roses. I can’t wait to get on the road this spring and come see everyone. Hopefully a city near you is on the list, but if not I love Skyping with book groups!

10 thoughts on “The Lost Roses Book Tour: Coming to a City Near You.”

  1. I am the program coordinator at the Salem Free Public Library in Salem, CT.
    I am interested in having you do a presentation and book signing in Salem, CT at the Salem Free Public Library when you start your Lost Roses book tour!

    What is your availability, and what is the cost for the event. Our book club just finished Lilac Girls!

    1. Yes, Roberta. The April event is ticketed through Random House (link to come) and the June event is ticketed through the Connecticut Landmarks website.I will be uploading all the events onto my website page soon, with links to tickets as soon as I have them!

    1. Yes, it’s an author panel and we each speak. Pretty sure it’s a ticketed event.

  2. Have you ever or will you ever do a presentation in Minneapolis? I just read Lilac Girls and I am sure you would draw a crowd. Come in the fall, best season here! 🙂

    1. I would LOVE that, Linda. Hopefully they’ll send me there once things open up again. Cannot wait for that day!

  3. Oh how I wish you were going to be in Columbus, Ohio. I just finished Lilac Girls and I am so looking forward to The Lost Roses. I luckily came across an IG post that Sarah Jessica Parker put up that listed Lilac Girls as a MUST READ and I am so glad that I did. I just wanted to thank you for all of the research you put into writing this book. What a wonderful and eye-opening journey you have experienced. Touching to me was the trip that your son took with you to video your research. Such a thoughtful thing for him to do with his mom. Anyway, many thanks and I hope to see much more of your work in future. And a big thank you for the horrific, yet inspirational story of the strong and resilient Polish women of Ravensbruck.

    1. What a sweet note, Brandi, thank you. I cannot wait to get back out on the road again and hopefully will come back to Ohio. That was one of the best stops on the Lost Roses tour…feels like a long time ago, but we’ll all be out there again soon!

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