Monday, April 13, 2009

Bewitched by Salem in London

Novelist and Salem native Brunonia Barry wrote a travel piece about Salem for The Sunday Times in London, which ran on Sunday while many of us were hunting for colorful Easter Eggs. You can read the article here... Bewitched by Salem, New England.

We've had - okay, I've had - so much fun working with Brunonia Barry and William Morrow in New York, and HarperCollins UK, on the promotion of The Lace Reader and Salem, as the fortunate location of the plot. If you haven't read the book yet, the plot takes you past many of the most recognizable and most famous sites in Salem - Winter Island, Salem Willows, Derby Wharf, Pickering Wharf, Salem Common... You can visit Salem on a "Lace Reader Package" at many of the hotels and inns in town, and you can take a trolley tour (http://www.salemtrolleycom/) or a pedicab tour (Historic Salem Pedicabs) of The Lace Reader's Salem.

Visit for the full scoop. Look for the paperback version of the novel in the fall, and keep your eyes peeled for the major motion picture. IMDB says we may see a film in 2010.

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