Summer Events

Hello friends!

Isn’t summer with kids crazy? I have all five at home and between the toddler and the 15-year-old, I’m running around all day. Right now I have my 13-year-old bathing the little guy while my red-haired son is playing on the computer and Thomas the Train is blasting from the TV but nobody is watching it. And I just ran into my office to tell you all that I have a couple of events coming up that I would love to invite you to.

On Thursday, July 21st, at 7 pm, I will be speaking at the Provo City Library. I don’t know what I’ll be speaking about yet, so if you have any requests, please let me know! I’ll also be signing books afterwards and would love to meet you. It’s a free event.

And I’m very excited to announce my first author visit to Boise, Idaho. I’ll be at the Boise Deseret Book store on Saturday, July 23, from 12-2 p.m. Please come and say hi and bring your books for me to sign. I’d love to meet you!

Now I’ve got to run make lunch and put the babe down for a nap and find something for my bored kids to do. I hope you’re all having a great summer!

11 thoughts on “Summer Events

  1. kellie says:

    I would really love to hear about the research process. What you plan and do on trips as well as when you can’t afford to go to the location you are writing about. How you go about learning the history for the book and lastly what you imagine they are wearing oh and what music inspires you.

  2. Meghan says:

    Your post is just another reason for me to move to Utah or Idaho.

    I am sorry to miss out on your presentation. If I were there, I am sure that I would be happy to hear any subject that you thought suitable. Sometime authors speak about story inspiration. Given that so many experiences spark stories, I think I would like to hear about the step after inspiration, in which the story becomes mapped out.

    I sure am excited to read your new book when it arrives!

    I have heard that children especially love grammar exercises over the summer. *wink wink*

  3. Esther says:

    I don’t have any questions but I just wanted to say that I’m in love with your books and I can’t wait for Lost in Scotland!!! Thank you!

  4. Barbara says:

    Is Lost in Scotland being released in November 2016? Amazon shows a publish date of February 14, 2017 for the paperback version. Thanks.

  5. kimberly says:

    Thank you so much for your lovely books I have bought over a dozen of them and they have been my favorite gifts to my friends. I check your blog regularly for updates and love your honesty and crazy life… possibly because I have a house full of children and a crazy life as well. Keep writting I wish I lived closer to have you sign my books! They are battered and worn and have become old friends. Thankyou for sharing your world with the rest of us!

    I would love here some of your favorite books or series besides Jane austin… she’s a given 🙂

  6. Emily Rose says:

    Aw I’m bummed that I couldn’t come to those! I would have if I had known! Hope those events went well! And hopefully I’ll know of your next events! 🙂 My dad woke me up this morning to get ready for church and one of the first things he said was “Edenbrooke is such a good book!” I let him borrow it a while ago because it’s my favorite book and he just started it yesterday and is already almost done with it! He also told me to today “It is so well-written. She’s a great writer. The story is more interesting than even Pride and Prejudice!” Anyway, hope you’re doing well Julianne! I look forward to your new novel coming out!! 🙂

  7. Amy says:

    Hi, Julianne! I just went to Amazon to preorder Lost in Scotland but it says “currently unavailable” with a date of November 2017. Just wanted to see if that’s correct since the blog says this November. Thought I’d let you know in case it’s a misprint on Amazon’s part that needs to be fixed. Personally, I hope it’s THIS November…you are my favorite author of all time and I have eagerly awaited this book! 🙂

  8. Mari says:

    I get on every few months to see your news. I missed your July Provo library speaking event. I live in Orem and wouldn’t have missed it for the world had I known you were there. I know I’m 2 1/2 months too late but oh well. I love your books and hope when life lets you, you will write again! Edenbrooke is one of my very favorite romance books ever. I discovered it when it was first released and told everyone I knew about it. And reading Heir to Edenbrooke was a lot of fun. I love you and hope we will meet one day!

  9. Courtney says:

    Hi! I’m hoping to get info on your Lost in Scotland book. Amazon cancelled my pre-order saying it’s not available ? Was wondering where I might find it, thank you!!

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