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Will you be coming to california anytime?
I loved loved loved AllThe Light We Cannot See and now am am reading your short stories…..I am swooning re your use of language and your descriptions….thank you for enriching my life with your beautiful words.
Thanks so much for the kind words, Barbara. I’m pretty sure I’ll be in Rancho Mirage, California in January of 2016. Details will be posted here soon.
Could you come to california sooner?
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It would be wonderful for you to visit Indiana. Perhaps IU Bloomington?
Do you ever come to Canada? Specifically Montreal? Your novel is unbelievably beautiful. I will be thinking of Marie Laure as I travel through France with my students this April.
Any chance of Albany, NY?? Anywhere near Glens Falls, NY…. I’m reading Four Seasons in Rome. It’s 1:39am. All the Light We Cannot See kept me up to 3:30am. I don’t know another author who I shall enjoy more–thank you. Regina Gallucci
Would you consider coming to London? I am obsessed with ‘All the Light We Cannot See’ and keep on reading my favourite pages over and over again! 🙂
Would you visit London anytime? I’m absolutely obsessed with your talent with words in ‘All the Light We Cannot See.’ I keep re-reading my favourite pages and demanding everyone to read it!
Albany NY area sometime ? We have a few Institutions of higher learning that should invite you. “She bends and spreads her hands. It’s like cold silk. Cold sumptuous silk on which the sea has laid offerings. Pebbles, shells, barnacles.” So grateful you chose to become a writer.
Happy New Year Mr. Doerr. I can never look at a nerite in the same way again. I am a retired art teacher. A 6 year old girl once made a clay snail. After it was fired in the kiln she attached a piece of Christmas tree tinsel to him. His trail. Reminds me of the boy in About Grace.
Hoping you will visit the mid Atlantic, DC maybe??
Cheers to you!
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