It's heeeeeeeeeere . . . .

Today's the official publication date of Once Upon A Project. I hope you've gotten yours! I've already gotten e-mail requests for those free bookplates I've offered (you've gotta be on my mailing list to know what the heck I'm talking about.)
I'm taking the day off to do some deep breathing (it's been just nuts the last couple of weeks), but there's still plenty of Bettye Griffin to go around. (All right, so I'm being spread thinner than the last of the peanut butter, but after this I'm going back under my rock until the release of my next book!)
I did interviews with two of my blog buddies. Shelia Goss' column can be found here, and Patricia Woodside's here.
Those of you who work in downtown Chicago near the Citicorp Center, I hope to see you at my signing at lunchtime this Friday. I also look forward to seeing everyone who's coming to the Slam Jam on Saturday (I'm busy with signings and other things and will only be at the Slam that one day.)
I wish you good reading! And if you read Once Upon A Project and enjoy it, please consider sharing your good opinion about it with an online review on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or both!


DonnaD said...

Congratulations Bettye! I'm so looking forward to reading this new novel!

If you're going to be at the Borders on 95th stret, I hope to see you there!

Anonymous said...

Happy Book Release Day, Bettye!
Reon :-)

bettye griffin said...

Thanks, Donna and Reon! Yes, Donna, I'll be at the 95th Street store on Friday, May 9th, at 7PM. That will be a better setting for us to chat in. Looking forward to seeing you again! Be sure to tell your friends in the area about it, as well as that I'll be in Matteson and Merrillville (Indiana) on the 10th.

Vicki said...

Bettye, I left another comment on Patricia's blog, but decided to come tell you here.

I have not been able to get the book out of my mind since reading your post on her blog. In fact, I've told several of my friends about it and that this is a must read.

Tomorrow I'm on my way to get my copy. :D

bettye griffin said...

Vicki, you must e-mail me after you read OUAP and tell me if it lived up to your expectations. Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts with me!