Signing At Borders In Seattle

On a blustery, cold day in Seattle Saturday I had a great time talking to readers and signing copies of “Expiation.”  The staff at the Borders store at the Alderwood Mall in north Seattle were very helpful and supportive.  I appreciate the opportunity.  The crummy weather drove the true North westerners to two of their indoor loves–books and coffee.  Many readers I talked with were interested in the historical events which provide the backdrop for the story in “Expiation.”  I also continue to run into many people who are enthralled by the idea of reuniting with a long lost love or a high school sweetheart.  Fortunately, many readers seem to be enjoying pondering the themes explored in “Expiation.”


About gregmessel

I've written six novels and am working on a seventh. My first three novels were "Expiation," "Sunbreaks" and "The Illusion of Certainty." I'm now working on a series of mysteries set in San Francisco in the 1950s. In 2008, I retired from corporate life and so I can spend more time writing. I spent over ten years in the newspaper business. I now live on Puget Sound in Edmonds, Washington, just north of downtown Seattle.
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