ON THE ROAD 2014
February 3 and 4: Lea Wait will be visiting the Ridge View Community School via Skype.
February 16: Lea will be speaking (as part of the Lincoln County Historical Association’s Winter Lecture Series) on “The Marie Antoinette House: The Legends, the Facts, and the Influence,” at 1 p.m. at the 911 Center in the Lincoln County Courthouse. Copies of her books will be available for purchase and signing.
March 20: Lea will be on a panel re: historical mysteries at the Bestsellers Café, 24 High Street, in Medford, Massachusetts at 6:30 p.m. Other panelists will be Ben and Beth Oak, and Michael Nethercott. Leslie Wheeler will moderate.
March 25: Lea Wait will be speaking with Jim Hayman and Gerry Boyle on a panel at the York Library (Long Sands Road in York, Maine) at 7 p.m. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
April 3: Lea will be having lunch with the readers of the Winter Network in Topsham, and introducing her new book for young people: UNCERTAIN GLORY.
April 4: PUBLICATION DATE UNCERTAIN GLORY
April 5: Lea will be visiting the Children’s Book Cellar at 52 Main Street in Waterville, Maine from 10-12 a.m. and signing copies of her books, including UNCERTAIN GLORY.
April 6: Party to launch UNCERTAIN GLORY! Le Garage Restaurant on Water Street in Wiscasset, from 4-5:30. Refreshments, cash bar, and Lea will speak, briefly. Open to the public -- all invited! Come and help Lea celebrate her newest book! Copies will be available for purchase and signing.
April 10: Lea will be part of a panel at the Reading Roundup Conference for Maine children’s librarians at the Civic Center in Augusta, Maine. She will also be signing there.
April 12: Lea will be one of the many children’s authors at the Cape Authors Festival in Cape Elizabeth, Maine, from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. The Festival will be at Cape Elizabeth High School.
April 22: Lea Wait will be speaking at the Wiscasset Public Library about her new book for ages 8-14, UNCERTAIN GLORY, set in 1861 Wiscasset. She’ll bring with her some historical prints that relate to the book, and will have copies available for sale.
May 2-4: Lea will be attending Malice Domestic, a conference celebrating traditional mysteries, held in Bethesda, Maryland.
May 19: Lea will be speaking about her writing and editing at the North Conway Library, North Conway, New Hampshire, at 6:30. Her books will be available for purchase and signing.
May 21: Lea will be speaking with students at the Cascade Brook School in Farmington, Maine, about her book UNCERTAIN GLORY.
June 3: Lea will be making an author visit to the Camden/Rockport Elementary School.
July 9: Lea Wait will be speaking at the Rockport (Massachusetts) Public Library at 7 p.m. Her books will be available for purchase and signing.
July 12: Lea will be signing her children’s books from 9-12 and her adult books from 1-4 at Books in Boothbay, a book festival held at the Railroad Museum on Route 27 in Boothbay, Maine, from noon until 4 p.m.
July 31: Lea Wait will be speaking about her historical novels for young people at the Jessup Library in Bar Harbor at 10:30 a.m. Her books will be available for purchase and signing.
August 20: Lea and her husband Bob Thomas will be at their MAH Antiques booth in the barn at the Maine Antique Dealers’ Association Show at Roundtop on business route one in Damariscotta, Maine. The show will be open from 9 until 4, refreshments will be available, and Lea will have copies of her books available in her booth.
September 4: PUBLICATION DATE SHADOWS ON A MAINE CHRISTMAS
September 10: Lea Wait will be speaking about SHADOWS ON A MAINE CHRISTMAS at the Wiscasset Publlc Library on High Street in Wiscasset Maine at 7 p.m. All the books will be available for purchase and signing.
October 10-11: Lea will be attending her high school reunion in Glen Ridge, New Jersey
October 21: Lea will be speaking at the Curtis Library in Brunswick about SHADOWS ON A MAINE CHRISTMAS at 7 p.m. Her books will be available for purchase and signing.
November 7-9: Lea will be attending Crime Bake, a mystery conference in Medford, Massachusetts
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