Meet Me in Fresno Saturday!

The traveling has begun!  Seattle and Spokane last weekend, and Central California this weekend.

Ty Gurney, Mac and I are packing overnight bags as we’re heading to the San Joaquin Valley, with a 2 pm book signing Saturday afternoon at the Barnes & Noble, then a quick drive to my hometown, Visalia, for my 30th class high school reunion Saturday night at the airport Holiday Inn.

I love going home and I’m so looking forward to seeing readers, family and friends in Fresno, and then all  friends from high school Saturday night.

The book signing at Barnes & Noble will be very mellow–I’ll pretty much be hanging out at a card table–so drop by if you can.  No pressure.  No huge crowd.  No waiting for me to speak.  Just come say hello or give me a hug and pick up a signed copy of one of my Brennan sister books if you’d like.

Details for the signing – Saturday, September 21st, 2013, 2:00pm   Barnes & Noble 7849 N Blackstone Ave, Fresno, CA 93720

And just because Saturday night is my Redwood High Reunion, I’ve taken a trip down memory lane and am sharing a few pics from Spring of my senior year at Redwood.  My hair was definitely a lot darker back then…


Jane and Thom
With my brother, Thom.

I’ve got a great contest to help me celebrate my weekend at home for one lucky reader:  If you’ve read The Good Wife by now, can you tell me which Brennan sister do you like best?  Is there a sister you like least?  Did reading The Good Wife change your opinion about the sisters at all?

Share your thoughts in the comment section below for a chance to win a $15 Amazon or B&N gift cerfticate, (winner’s choice), a $5 Starbucks drink cars, a signed copy of The Frog Prince, my hard to find book about a girl from Visalia, and lots of fun JP reader goodies and treats!!  Contest ends Sunday night with the winner announced Monday morning.

Do check back on Monday to see if you won and in the meantime, have a fantastic weekend.  With my Gurney boys in tow, I know I will!

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