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The Lucky Kind: On Sale May 10th!

May 10th is just around the corner and, with it, the on sale date of my second novel, The Lucky Kind.

For those of you in the New York area, I wanted to share all the details for my upcoming events at Style.Licious – up in my old neighborhood, the Upper East Side – and in Brooklyn at Book Court. I’m also participating in a Teen Author Reading Night on June 1st, with a bevy of amazing authors (including my sister, Courtney Sheinmel).

And, thanks to the wonderful ladies at The Teen Book Scene, you can follow my blog tour, starting May 1 at The full tour schedule is below as well.

I will also be visiting on Monday, May 9-Friday, May 13, to answer any and all of your questions!

Hope to see you – and hear from you – soon!

Alyssa’s Event Details
Thursday, May 19, 2011
1418 Second Ave.
(at 74th Street)
New York, NY 10021

Saturday, May 14, 2011
Book Court
163 Court Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201

Wednesday, June 1, 2011
Teen Author Reading Night
Mulberry Street Branch of NYPL
(Corner of Mulberry and Jersey)
Featured Authors:
Susane Colasanti
Dan Ehrenhaft, Jodi Lynn Anderson, and Andisheh Nouraee
Katie Finn
Catherine Greenman
Megan McCafferty
Sarah Mlynowski
Courtney Sheinmel
Emily Wing Smith
Caisse St. Onge

The Lucky Kind Blog Tour
Sunday, May 1: Author Interview at
Monday, May 2: Book Review at
Tuesday, May 3: “When I’m Not Writing” at
Wednesday, May 4: Book Review at
Thursday, May 5: An interview with Eden Reiss at
Friday, May 6: Book Review at
Friday, May 6: Writer Unboxed at
Saturday, May 7: Top Ten List at
Sunday, May 8: Book Review at
Monday, May 9: Nick’s Top Ten List at
Tuesday, May 10: Book Review at
Wednesday, May 11: “This Or That” at
Thursday, May 12: Book Review at
Friday, May 13: An Interview with Nick Brandt at
Friday, May 13: Writer Unboxed at
Saturday, May 14: Book Review at
Wednesday, June 1: The Contemps at


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