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Sunday, October 14, 2007

Moving a Nation to Care Tour Returns to Massachusetts Tuesday in Amherst


Since May, I've been fortunate enough to have had the chance to meet a great many incredible people on my Moving a Nation to Care book tour. With no fancy limos and author's handlers whisking me to and fro between airports and book stores and fancy hotels and cocktail receptions (that's how it is for other authors out there, isn't it? :o), I've had to rely on angels on the ground who have made each stay a success.

Back in May, my first stop was just outside of Boston at Waltham's Back Pages Books. Tuesday I return to that great state, my events bookending a very fine run, this time to Food For Thought Books in Amherst. It will be my final 2007 tour stop.

Long neglected as I researched, wrote and promoted Moving a Nation to Care these past 18 months, in November I return my focus to working on the PTSD Timeline with my ePluribus Media colleagues. Sadly, the incidents continue unabated.

If you are in the Amherst area, I do hope you can join us in wrapping up what has been a really incredible journey for me.

Although I am what one might consider an accidental author (due to the fact that Ig Publishing proposed I write a book when I hadn't considered such a thing even within my realm of possibilities), I have enjoyed the process and have been honored to join with those already actively advocating for our returning troops and their families. Thank you, Ig.

And for everyone else out there:
Thank you for embracing me, my (which I really consider our) work, and most especially thank you for your help in moving a nation to care.

I am so proud of us...


Moving a Nation to Care reading and book signing

Date: Tuesday, October 16, 2007
Time: 7:00 PM
Place: Food for Thought Books Collective
106 N.Pleasant Street
Amherst, MA 01002

Contact: Tel: 413-253-5432 :: Fax: 413-256-8329 :: Email


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