But anyhoo, that's what's up. I have two readings on the first two nights, and I have a meetup with Doris fans if there are any in Portland. I also am going to hang out with a couple of Portland history nerds who have promised to talk about PDX history til we puke. Or some such.
I have a plan to rent a car and drive myself around to see various and sundry places. Doris's former houses in Portland. Her schools. Where best friend Marjie lived in Oak Grove, and Doris lived when she was away from her family (1928-29 school year). I want to spin around Reed College and see what I can see. What Doris might have seen. Looking forward to some one-on-one time with Doris-in-my-head.
Then we talk about local readings again -- Petaluma and San Francisco and Redding. Very exciting, all of it.
I will be posting to Facebook and probably to my blog, and here's hoping I don't have any more adventures of "Julie Parker, Woman of Mystery," but you never know. So far -- so good.
Check out the Doris Diaries web site if you want details about where I'm reading -- everything is posted on the Book Tour page, up-to-date. As soon as I get info, I update this. Trust me.
Otherwise, I'll be tweeting and sniping from Facebook. Same as it ever was.
Also, in case you thought I wasn't being green anymore, I am. I bought a carbon credit to offset my train trips and use exclusively recycled paper products in everything I produce or sen d out. I also chose print on demand (POD) for the very purpose of working green. Hope that gives you some shiny green comfort. (hearts)
Peace be to you and yours.