LONGLEAF STORIES

full circle in the hundred acre wood

I chunked a stone across The Pond a few weeks ago, and this morning it landed in Fiona Robyn’s garden in rural Hampshire in the UK. Click here to read it, and consider sending one of your own.

Fiona’s new novel, The Letters, is debuting March 2. Mark your calendars for March 10! Fiona will be stopping by Switched At Birth as one stop on her virtual book tour. We’ll brush Maggie, dust off the laptop and recharge the camera battery.

Fiona’s tour starts March 1. Click here to see her itinerary (and discover some cool blogs while you’re at it).  While you’re there, check with Fiona. If there is still space on the tour, you might consider inviting her to your own blog. . . just a thought.

0 thoughts on “A Stone’s Throw

  1. fiona robyn says:

    Can’t wait for my visit! And I’d love to hear from anyone else interested in getting on my tour bus…
    Thank you for your lovely stone, I hope you send more my way.

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  2. Dick says:

    Such a good idea, this. And March 24th will be fine for a visit!

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  3. Sherry says:

    Fiona sent your stone to me yesterday – wonderful.
    Especially liked your post at Brevity, love that voice: http://brevity.wordpress.com/2009/01/29/on-writing-and-breath/

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  4. Phil says:

    That was a nice little burst of words!
    If you’re a birder, you might enjoy The Life of the Skies: Birding at the End of Nature by Jonathan Rosen. I haven’t read it, but I heard him interviewed on our local NPR station, and he’s very engaging. You can hear the interview here.

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