As you probably know,  FREEFALL, a novel I wrote is being published by Simon & Schuster and will be available for purchase in the U.S and Canada on October 5, 2010.  (And, I believe, but don't quote me, in the U.K. and Australia in December 2010.) 

In honor of this, some actual bookstores are going to have me visit to talk about and sign copies of the book and such.  If I somehow missed spamming your email or FB, please consider this your official invitation to those events.  If you're able to make it to Seattle, Washington, or to New York City on these dates, I will love to see you there!


   October 17, 2010 5:30pm - 6:30pm

     Third Place Books
     17171 Bothell Way NE
     Lake Forest Park, WA 98155
     Facebook Event Page (RSVP here . . . if you wanna)

    Launch Party! 
Kick off of Teen Read Week!

    Mindi Scott's debut novel "Freefall "shows what comes next for a teen who was the last to see his best 
    friend alive, and the first to find him dead.  We’ll be serving refreshments at this fun launch party!


October 10, 2010 (aka 10/10/10!) 1pm - 3pm
Books of Wonder
18 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011
(212) 989-3270
Facebook Event Page (RSVP here . . . if you wanna)

Books of Wonder is pleased to announce that on Sunday, October 10th, we will be joined by a group of eleven 2010 debut authors as they each present their first novels. On hand will be JOSH BERK for The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin; ALEXANDRA BRACKEN for Brightly Woven; MARGIE GELBWASSER for Inconvenient; EMILY HORNER for A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend; SHAUN DAVID HUTCHINSON for The Deathday Letter; PHOEBE KITANIDIS for Whisper; JESSICA LEADER for Nice and Mean; MINDI SCOTT for Freefall; LAURA TOFFLER-CORRIE for The Life and Opinions of Amy Finawitz; AMY BRECOUNT WHITE for Forget-Her-Nots; and AMBER BENSON for Among the Ghosts.

Within these eleven novels, there are books for tweens and teens with stories that span comedy, adventure, fantasy, and drama. Beginning at 1pm, these eleven debut authors will talk about their books, take questions from the audience, and sign copies of their books. Ages 9 and up. 1-3pm.

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