The Pyrenees---Southern France

The Pyrenees---Southern France

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Chicken Soupers Are Signing Books

    A whole flock of St. Louis/St. Charles Chicken Soup writers are signing books on December 8. Bring in some canned goods, get your books signed, chat with some witty women and get a discount on your purchases. It's a win-win situation.

     See the schedule below:
10-12 AM, All on the Same Page

11052 Olive Blvd., Creve Coeur, Missouri, 314-567-4144

 Nina Miller, Theresa Sanders and T’Mara Goodsell will be the featured authors. (Tammy is a founding member of the notorious WWWP writing critique group.)

Have a quick lunch and then head to St. Charles--just barely over the bridge...
1-3 PM, Main Street Books

307 South Main Street, St. Charles, MO 63301, 636-949-0105

Cathi LaMarche, Linda O'Connell, Lynn Cahoon and Pat Wahler will be available for conversation, and they'll be thrilled to sign your books. (Linda is one of the 5 founding members of the famed WWWPs.)
Buy some fudge (for medicinal purposes only)  on Main Street, and then head to The Book House... 

4-6 PM, The Book House

9719 Manchester Rd., St. Louis, MO 314-968-4491

Beth M. Wood, Donna Duly Volkenannt and Sioux Roslawski (me)will be busy fending off our frothing-at-the-mouth fans as we collect canned goods and sign books. (Beth and I are also founding members of the infamous St. Louis writing critique group, the WWWPs.)
And if you're as reclusive a writer as J.D. Salinger (Val? Are you listening?), you can come and chat, and you'll know who we are but we won't know who you are. You'll be able to see us in a captive setting...


  1. Gosh. Do you realize how far away that is for me? I would conservatively say it would take AN HOUR to get there! I can't go jaunting off to the ends of the earth every time Linda O'Connell has a book-signing! There are only 365 days in a year, you know.

    Have you ever seen that Anna Faris comedy, "The House Bunny?" Okay, maybe that's like asking if you've ever read a Stephen King horror story. But my point is...I am like that character, Lilly, in The House Bunny. The diminutive girl who hides in a closet and lives her life vicariously through the actions of her sorority sisters, while communicating by writing notes.

    Well, except that I'm not diminutive, and too old to be considered a girl, and I don't hide in a closet, and I've never had any sorority sisters. But other than that, I'm just like her. Kind of an introvert. I don't get out much.

    1. Val--You are right. Linda does at least one book signing every other week.

      Just thought it might be closer for you than the zoo.(And Tammy was even going to wear Pajama Jeans especially for you...what a shame.)

  2. Bait Val with a diet Coke. I would recognize her, so she'll have to come ingognito. And uhm, not this week WWWP sis. I received a rejection for lack of humor on my 50 Shades...but she loves my writing :)

    1. Congratulations on the praise, Linda. I thought Tammy in her pajama jeans would be incentive enough, but I guess not...

  3. I'm so glad that one of the WWWPs (me) will be able to cheer the rest of you on... I'm glad that they are at different times. My daughter also has a craft fair that day. I'm going to be BUSY! Looking forward to it all. Congrats everyone!

    1. Hey, Lynn--We're going to cheer YOU on when you're doing book signings for the "Fifty Shades of Santa" anthology you're in. Congrats to YOU.

  4. Hi Sioux,
    I'm am so happy we will finally be signing books together.

  5. Hi Sioux! I am so proud of all of you. Sure wish that I could be there at your book signings.

    Kathy M.


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