This means Double Happiness. Which is what I hope reading Just One Day and Just One Year together will bring you.
And here is the fall tour schedule. Check back for specific event details—we’ll be filling in specifics as we go. But, oh, what a lineup! Many of the dates are BEFORE JUST ONE YEAR’s release. Rest assured, copies will be available.
Saturday, September 28th: Anderson’s YA Conference (Educators only). Naperville, IL.
Sunday, September 29th: Anderson’s YA Fandom Frenzy. Naperville, IL.
Saturday, October 5th: “Captivated by Contemporary.” Panel discussion about sex, love, feminism and YA with Corey Haydu and Miranda Kenneally, moderated by Stephanie Perkins. Wordstock Festival. Portland, OR. 2 PM
Sunday, October 6th: “Just One Day, Just One Year. Just One Read: A two-book event extravaganza.” University Bookstore. Seattle, WA. 3 PM.
Tuesday, October 8th: “She Said, He Said: Exploring Character, Story and Perspective in Duet Novels,” with Tamara Ireland Stone. Not Your Mother’s Bookclub. Books Inc. Berkeley, CA. 7 PM
Wednesday, October 9th: Test your Mia-Adam-Allyson-Willem knowledge at the Gayle Forman Books Trivia Night. A Great Good Place For Books, Oakland, CA. 7 PM
Thursday, October 10th: “All The Feels: Emotion On and Off The Page.” With Sara Zarr. The King’s English. Salt Lake City. 7 PM
Tuesday,October 15th: Children’s Book World, Haverford, PA. 7 PM.
Wednesday, October 16th: YA Trivia Night. McNally Jackson. NYC 7 PM,
Wednesday, October 23rd: “Coming of Age, Falling in Love: Teen Love Stories and Why They Matter to Us All.” With Stephanie Perkins and Rainbow Rowell. Omaha Public Library. Omaha, NE. 7 PM.
Thursday, November 7th. “What Is Love, Anyway? Teens. Romance, and Transformation.” A discussion with Stephanie Perkins. Little Shop of Stories, Decatur, GA. 7 PM
Texas Book Festival: Cancelled (my appearance, not the festival). So sad to miss it.
Saturday November 9th: Y’ALLFEST. Charleston, SC.