Just One More Chance in 2005
My last reading of The Dream Antilles for 2005 is between 2 pm and 4 pm, Saturday, December 17, 2005, at Red Maple Books, Route 217, Harlemville, Ghent, New York. I'm not sure what time I'll read, but I'll be there to visit, talk, sign books (mine or anyone else's), and read. The store, which proprietor Nicole Furnee just opened, is slightly down the road from Hawthorne Valley at the intersection of Route 217 and Harlemville Road. If you're not familiar with the spot, try this to find it. It's not as far away as Swamiji's mountains.
The Dream Antilles could be a great stocking stuffer or gift for the upcoming holidays. It'd be a particularly great gift for travelers: what a fantastic airplane read, what a great waiting for a train read. Depending on how quickly you read, it might take you from one coast to another, or one continent to another. You can, of course, still order The Dream Antilles from Amazon, where you can also read portions of the book on line without purchasing it, or Barnes & Noble in time to receive it before the holidays. And if time gets to be really, really short (read: December 24, 2005 at 5 pm and you still haven't gotten it) you can always call me at home. I always have copies of The Dream Antilles for sale.
Whichever one you may celebrate, if any, I do want to wish each of you a very happy holiday, and a New Year filled with joy, creativity, and most of all, peace.