A note about upcoming New York City signings: if you are unsure about how you get into BEA and Bookcon, then the McNally Jackson signing is the one you want to go to. It's a free, standard book signing and will be an awesome time!
BookExpo America (Javits
Center) -- New York City, NY -- May 29, 2015
BEA is a trade show open to librarians, booksellers, and others in the publishing events. I will be signing ARCs of Soundless there on May 29, from 2-3pm.
Bookcon (Javits Center) -- New York City, NY -- May 30, 2015
Bookcon is a day of author panels and signings that's open to the public but requires you to buy a ticket (information on the con and its schedule is here) to get access to the whole day. I will be doing a panel with Marie Lu from 4-5pm on May 30 and then signing afterward from 5:30-6:30pm. There is only one book allowed per person due to the shortness of the signing. More will be allowed if time permits.
McNally Jackson Books Signing - New York City, NY -- May 30 at 7pm -- Free to the Public
I will be signing with four other authors (Carrie Ryan, Sabaa Tahir, and more!). This event is open to the public -- no ticket required. My signing limit is three books per person, but you can get back in line if time permits. Picture policy TBD. Come see us chat about writing, get your burning questions answered, and of course, get books signed. This is an event you don't want to miss! More details and the bookstore's address are here.
YALLFest - Charleston, SC -
November 14, 2015
Richelle will be a keynote speaker, appearing on panels, and signing books. More info TBA!
WHERE HAS RICHELLE BEEN?
I'm often asked why I never come to [x city]. A lot of people don't realize I've actually made quite a few rounds in the last year and may have visited your home in the past! Here's a list of some places I went in 2010: Chicago, Delaware, Philadelphia, Albuquerque, St. Louis, Atlanta, Detroit, Seattle, Toronto, Mobile, Cincinnati, Salt Lake City, New Orleans, Miami, New York City, and the UK. In 2009, I signed in Seattle, Phoenix, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Denver, Portland, Detroit, Chicago, Orlando, Louisville, Atlanta, Vancouver, Boston, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Washington DC, and Australia. In 2008, I was also in New York City, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Pittsburgh.
My publisher decides where I go, not me, and they try to get me in as many new places as possible. We do re-visit a lot of cities, so I may come back to yours, but hopefully that list shows we haven't neglected you!