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Meet Kate Atkinson when she hits the road for LIFE AFTER LIFE.  Check the store website before you go-a few of the events have been moved to off-site venues!
 
4/16 Brooklyn, NY
Community Bookstore
 
4/17 New York, NY
Barnes & Noble Upper East Side
 
4/18 Naperville, IL
Anderson’s Bookshop
 
4/19 Milwaukee, WI
Boswell Books
 
4/20: Wichita, KS
Watermarks
 
4/21: Austin, TX
Book People
 
4/22: Beaverton, OR
Powell’s Beaverton
 
4/23: Pasadena, CA
Vroman’s
 
4/24: Corte Madera, CA
Book Passage
 
4/25: Half Moon Bay, CA
Bay Book Company

-MB

Meet Kate Atkinson when she hits the road for LIFE AFTER LIFE.  Check the store website before you go-a few of the events have been moved to off-site venues!

 

4/16 Brooklyn, NY

Community Bookstore

 

4/17 New York, NY

Barnes & Noble Upper East Side

 

4/18 Naperville, IL

Anderson’s Bookshop

 

4/19 Milwaukee, WI

Boswell Books

 

4/20: Wichita, KS

Watermarks

 

4/21: Austin, TX

Book People

 

4/22: Beaverton, OR

Powell’s Beaverton

 

4/23: Pasadena, CA

Vroman’s

 

4/24: Corte Madera, CA

Book Passage

 

4/25: Half Moon Bay, CA

Bay Book Company

-MB

Sara Nelson wants Kate Atkinson

From her Omnivoracious post “Sara Says: All I Want for New Years is…

Kate Atkinson: Life After Life
What if life could be a series of re-dos? That’s the question at the heart of Atkinson’s amazing novel that traces the life — and the potential deaths — of one fairly ordinary woman in 20th century Britain. Sound gimmicky? It’s not. By 20 pages in, you’ve completely forgotten the conceit and are riding alongside Ursula, who careens through experiences without imagining repercussions — just like the rest of us.

In other news: if you want to read Kate Atkinson and you have a book club, email littlebrown.generic@hbgusa.com and we’ll send you advance copies for your entire club. No joke.

-MRP

LIFE AFTER LIFE

Can you tell that we’re really excited about Kate Atkinson’s new book LIFE AFTER LIFE?  Not yet?  Then allow me to gush a little for you.  I was so sad to finish this book that I entered into a period of mourning and couldn’t read anything else for days.  I offered to blurb it myself.  Every time someone asks me if I’ve read anything good lately, which is OFTEN (occupational hazard), I go on and on about this title.  I’ve talked it up with friends, relatives, and colleagues.  I’ve dreamt about it.  And I’m holding out hope that Atkinson’s next book will be …AFTER LIFE AFTER LIFE, so that I can continue reading about these characters and this story.  Check out the beautiful cover and the amazing Gillian Flynn blurb below.  And get ready to meet Ursula Todd in LIFE AFTER LIFE in April 2013!

—SM