Last weekend, after an amazing Thanksgiving with family and friends, I joined readers and friends at two local bookstores to wrap up the tour with some appearances close to home.
T. A. BARRON’S BLOG
I’m more than halfway through the book tour for Atlantis Lost – and what an adventure it has been! I’ve been to 6 cities in 5 states and have been thrilled to meet so many of you and sign your books.
I’m very happy to share that the third book in my Atlantis Saga, Atlantis Lost, is coming to bookstores everywhere on November 8th. In honor of this final installment in the tale of the mysterious, magical island, I’ll be visiting independent bookstores across the United States to do readings, signings, and of course — my favorite part of any book tour — to meet all of you!
Eleven young wizards joined the camp counselors from Boulder Bookstore and Boulder Public Library for a week-long day camp full of activities and learning based on the legends of Merlin.
A few weeks ago I asked my fans on Instagram to submit their most magical and compelling photos encapsulating one of Merlin’s 7 magical words: Gratitude, Knowledge, Courage, Hope, Belief, Wonder, Generosity… or Merlin’s final magical word: Love
A special THANK YOU to everyone that came out to say hello, hear me speak, and have a book signed.
I’m wrapping up the first half of my book tour, and so far, it has been fantastic! Between school visits and book stores, I’ve already met so many of you and I’m having a great time.
I’m excited to announce my upcoming tour celebrating the release of my two newest books — The Wisdom of Merlin which was released in March and the latest book in the Atlantis Saga, Atlantis in Peril, available on May 5th.
Inspired by the many great costumes of my kids, a few weeks ago I held a Halloween Costume Contest on my Facebook page. There were so many fantastic, magical costumes, I wanted to highlight the winners of the various categories
My Atlantis Rising book tour has come to an end. From Seattle to New York, with 22 events (not including my trip across the pond to Oxford!) in almost as many cities it has been a wild adventure indeed!