Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Update on Feather Schwartz Foster





  
A special thank you to Neal Steele at WXGM-Radio in Gloucester, VA for a super interview!

… And to the York County Historical Committee for inviting me to speak!  It was delightful, and I look forward to many more future contacts with them!




Sunday, October 2 -  10 a.m. -2 p.m. -  William & Mary Bookstore, Merchants Sq., Williamsburg, VA
 

Sunday, October 9 -  10 a.m. - 2 p.m.  William & Mary Bookstore, Merchants Sq., Williamsburg, VA 

More events to come next month!!!


It's not too early to think about Holiday gift-giving occasions!
Moms, grandmas, history-lovers of all (!!) sexes, daughters, in-laws, grandkids…teachers, club "Secret Santas" and don't forget Aunt Shirley!!


"Mary Lincoln's Flannel Pajamas"
and other stories from the First Ladies' Closet

Nifty gift for all occasions!

Available in trade paperback, hard cover and e-book.  
Order now at amazon - http://goo.gl/KHhZ88 
or Barnes & Noble  http://goo.gl/rEcSxb   

NOTE SPECIAL PRICING FOR E-BOOKS!!!  

Be sure to check out Brandy Centalonza's super article that appeared a few days ago in the Wydaily.  Here is the link! 

Super-duper hourlong podcast on 
 
 If you haven't tuned in, check it out!  Delightful (honest!!) PODCAST.  Downloadable via the internet, I–tunes or whatever else… 

Another podcast    "History Personified: A Mile in Their Shoes"  It was loads of fun!



Contact Feather Schwartz Foster to arrange a speaking speaking engagement or a phone-in session with your book club!



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New blog stories for you!  You will enjoy them! 

http://wp.me/p3z3zl-S2                                                            Martha Washington's White House
http://wp.me/p3z3zl-Sr                                                             U.S. Grant: The Shiloh Tree HQ
http://wp.me/p3z3zl-SX                                                            Eleanor Roosevelt: The Road to Val-Kill
http://wp.me/p3z3zl-Tj                                                             Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Davis: A Healing Friendship
           
 
 



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