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Clayton

Posted by Holly Gaskin on Sunday, September 4, 2011,
I had a great day in Clayton, NY yesterday at the 1,000 Islands museum. I was invited to participate in a book signing by April Ingerson, who's just a sweet and delightful lady! Besides myself, other authors in attendance were Louise Ford, Audrey Lashomb, Matt Turcotte and Skip Couch. (Rex Ennis unfortunately had to pull out of the event due to the death of a cousin.) People traffic was a little slow, but all of us managed to sell some books that day. I sold four copies of "Finding My Father"...
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Two Appearances This Week!

Posted by Holly Gaskin on Sunday, August 7, 2011,
I am very excited to have TWO author appearances this week... First on Wednesday 8/10 at the Clayton Library and then the Summer Arts Festival, downtown Watertown on Saturday 8/13. Hope to see lots of old and new readers there!

I am having so much fun revisiting Patrick and Mariah as I begin writing the follow-up to "Tricked." Both the characters and myself, as an author, have grown so much since the first installment! I am pondering just the right title for it. "Cell" is already taken.. dang...

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From Old Forge to Clayton...

Posted by Holly Gaskin on Saturday, July 30, 2011,
As always, it was great to get out to Old Forge for their annual Book Fair. There were about 15 other authors there, including Marcus J. Mastin and Nancy Lee Canfield. We were in a new location, under a big tent downtown, on the front lawn of a motel there. This worked out well for us. We got a lot of foot traffic, which was surprising for a Wednesday! It was a nice weather day, too, until a half hour before the event was scheduled to end. Then it started thundering and downpouring! Ah, well....
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Good-Busy!

Posted by Holly Gaskin on Tuesday, August 17, 2010,
There's crazy-busy, when you're running yourself ragged and you're driving yourself into a hole in the ground in a seemingly fruitless effort just to keep up with the demands your schedule (or your own demanding mind) imposes on you.

Then there is good-busy, where your schedule may be jam-packed, but you are happy, exhilarated, even... doing what you love to do and making progress, even though you may be literally running all over the map! I much prefer good-busy to crazy-busy!

That said, wha...

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