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Tuesday
May282013

Bring your friends, your walking shoes. I'll bring the umbrella

It's time once again for the Brenda Novak On-line Auction of Diabetes Reseach.

Each year I offer lunch and a personal walking tour of Seattle's International District, including visits to the Wing Luke Asian Museum, Uwajimaya, the Mon Hei Bakery, and of course, tea at the Panama Hotel—for you, your family, your class, your book club, or whoever else you'd like to bring along.

Plus you'll go home with a goodie bag which will include signed copies of HOTEL and a few advance reader copies of SONGS OF WILLOW FROST. (Sneak peek, anyone?) Plus ARCs and signed books from some of my oh-so-generous writer friends.

Interested? If you'd like to bid, you have a few more days.

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Reader Comments (5)

Hi Jamie!

I don't see that item on the website. Did I just not find it?

Congrats again on the new book!
John
May 28, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Malcomson
Thanks Jamie! Sounds great! It doesn't say how many people can come. What is your upper limit?

If I involve enough family and friends, maybe we can get the top bid :o)

Happy tea sipping!
John
May 28, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Malcomson
Is there a specific date or would that be set up between you and the winner bidder? Also wondering how many people in a group as the previous poster requested.

Thank you kindly...
May 28, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJane Miller
Bring as many as you want! Lunch is on me. Also, in the past I've just arranged it around one of my Seattle visits. I'm there almost every month so it's been pretty easy to set up an afternoon.
May 28, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterJamie

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