Monday, April 27, 2009


I almost feel as if I haven't been out of my car lately. First, there was the drive from Florida to Virginia(in time to sniff my lilacs, in case you were wondering), then the drive to northern Virginia to spend some time with my 96-year-old aunt, and now I'm off on a tour for the Chesapeake Shores books....all within less than two weeks. If any of you reading this happen to live anywhere near my stops, I hope you'll drop by. I'd love to chat with you, assuming I can stay awake.

Today I head for Baltimore, Maryland to set settled in for a round of stock signings at various stores in the area. On Tuesday a.m., I'll be on the air on WBBF-TV,the local Fox station. In the afternoon (April 28, to be precise) I'll be at Greetings and Readings in the Hunt Valley Town Centre from 4 to 6 p.m. You can get more information by going to their website at

On Wednesday, I'll be signing stock at Barnes & Noble and Borders in Annapolis. That means I won't be there long and won't have a specific time, but I'm trying to get to both stores before noon if you want to stop by and try to catch me.

On Thursday, April 30 there will be more stock signings in northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., plus an interview between noon and 1 p.m. on News Channel 8. That evening I'll be signing at 7:30 p.m. at the Borders at Baileys Crossroads, 5871 Crossroads Center door to Le Madeline, which has great pastries, by the way.

There will be more stock signings on Friday, so if you live in the D.C. - northern Virginia area, you may be able to find signed copies of FLOWERS ON MAIN or THE INN AT EAGLE POINT at many Borders (Friendship Heights), Barnes and Noble (Clarendon, Seven Corners, Bethesda) and Books-a-Million (Dupont Circle) locations this weekend.

And if you're in the Fredericksburg area, I'll be at the Borders at Central Park from 1-3 p.m. on Saturday, May 2.

Do stop by. I'll be the one with the pen in hand and the glazed expression on my face!



Blogger Kathleen said...

Sherryl you are going to be a busy girl, but I am glad you got to stop and smell the lilacs. One of my fav flowers.
I have your Inn at Eagle Point on my bookshelf and it will be the next book I start.
Good luck with all your signings!!

April 27, 2009 9:46 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

Hope your tour went well! I have already read the first book, bought the second book the day it came out and am anxiously awaiting the third. But there are so many characters that I love in this series, I hope you may be thinking of doing more than just three.

Think of me when you enjoy your lovely spring mornings there, I am down here in humid, hot and sticky Florida (from which you, in your wisdom, fled before it became a daily sauna). :)

May 7, 2009 12:49 PM  
Blogger Sandra said...

Just finished Flowers On Main and loved it as much as your Inn At Eagle Point. Can't wait for the third book of this trilogy to see what happens next! I love the characters...Very enjoyable reading as always with your books. Thanks!

May 17, 2009 7:13 PM  
Blogger Emilie Richards said...


Had I know you were in the area, I'd have been at your signings in Northern VA. I hope they were all ultra successful.

May 20, 2009 3:11 PM  
Blogger Emilie Richards said...

Make that Sherryl and forgive the typo!

May 20, 2009 3:13 PM  

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