On the Road: Book Tour November 2015

Yes, I can still do this. Maybe. Um...I don't think so.

Yes, I can still do this. Maybe. Um…I don’t think so.

I am now in San Antonio on my tour for A REMARKABLE KINDNESS. The response has been fabulous. People are quite excited to read the book and hear about how I wrote it.

I am sharing the message of the dragon fly who flits from animal to animal, trying to find someone to celebrate with. But each animal is grumpy and complaining about something. Why are you so happy? a pig scratching itself on a post asks.

“Because I only get to live for one day.”

I don’t know if that is true for dragon flies, but I do undertand the lesson. We are only here for one day, as far as we know, this day is all we have. And the photo above is taken from my article that just appeared in kveller.com. You can go to the site here: http://www.kveller.com/why-im-glad-my-mom-let-me-grow-up-a-tomboy/

Next stop: OMAHA. Join me at the Bookworm on November 4 at 7 PM.

About dianabletter

Diana Bletter is the author of The Invisible Thread: A Portrait of Jewish American Women (with photographs by Lori Grinker) was nominated for a National Jewish Book Award. Her novel, A Remarkable Kindness, (HarperCollins) was published in 2015. She is the First Prize Winner of Moment Magazine's 2019 Fiction Contest. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Commentary, tabletmag, Glamour, The Forward, The North American Review, Times of Israel, The Jerusalem Post, and many other publications. Her first book, and author of Big Up Yourself: It's About Time You Like Being You and The Mom Who Took off On Her Motorcycle. She lives in Western Galilee, Israel, with her husband and family.
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1 Response to On the Road: Book Tour November 2015

  1. Glad to hear you’re teaching important lessons as you travel promoting your book, Diana. 🙂

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