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Somebody Got a New Tutu

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And everything will be fine as long as she doesn’t eat it.


Saturday, October 26, starting at noon, I’ll be signing at the Books-a-Million in Charleston (Southridge/Corridor G)–Maia will be there! (She’ll be outside on the sidewalk.)

Come see me!

P.S. If you’ve already purchased a book, BRING IT and come see me anyway! They may not let you bring the book into the store for me to sign (I just don’t know, so can’t promise that), but I will sign it for you on the sidewalk, I promise!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on October 25, 2013  

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  1. 10-25
    3:02
    pm

    Maia has a white tail? Why did I not know this?!?! Too cute!

  2. 10-25
    4:44
    pm

    Suzanne, Do you know how long you will be signing tomorrow?

  3. 10-25
    4:54
    pm

    Probably till 1:30.

  4. 10-25
    6:03
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Can she get anymore precious-er? Her wardrobe is really growing. Before long she will need her own closet. ;)

  5. 10-26
    8:48
    am

    Hope you have a good turn out for your book signing. I know if I lived closer I would be there. :happyfeet:

  6. 10-26
    10:15
    am

    Suzanne, I just finished your book and I loved it! I have been big fan for awhile now but have never written.

    To anyone who reads this,you must buy this book!

    Suzanne, you are an inspiration!

  7. 10-26
    10:26
    am

    Bet the costume looks cute from the other end too. Have been enjoying the new pics of Maia and her new outfits. I finished reading my copy of Chickens in the Road last night. Love the book. I will have been reading on C.I.T.R. for one year come January. I have read all over the website, but the book helped answer some questions and put everything in order. I sat down with the intention of reading a bit each day. It didn’t work out. I read cover to cover in one afternoon to evening. I could not put the book down.

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