Signed Copies of Twelve Nights…

Thanksgiving already!The winter holidays seem to roll around more quickly every year but then again maybe that’s the sign we need to take time, take a breath, and say ‘thank you’ to our personal Powers That Be for all the goodness in our lives.

On the Friday after Thanksgiving, known as “Black Friday” in the retail world for good reason, many of you will be burning off all that fine Thanksgiving Day fare by shopping. To make sure as many of you who want signed copies of Twelve Nights, either for yourselves or to give as gifts, can get the book in plenty of time, I’ve been out and about signing stock in preparation for the holidays.

Signed copies of Twelve Nights are now available at the following New York City bookstores:


Borders–Wall Street, 100 Broadway

Borders–32nd & 2nd Ave. (576 2nd Ave)

Borders–2 Penn Plaza (at Madison Square Garden and adajcent to Penn Station)

Borders–Park Avenue (461 Park Ave)

Borders–10 Columbus Circle

Posman Books–Grand Central Station

Barnes & Nobles–86th & Lexington (150 E 86th St)

Barnes & Nobles–82nd & Broadway (2289 Broadway)

Barnes & Nobles–Greenwich Village (396 Avenue of the Americas)

Barnes & Nobles–555 Fifth Avenue

Barnes & Nobles–Citigroup Center (160 E 54th St)

Barnes & Nobles–Lincoln Triangle (1972 Broadway)


Barnes and Nobles–Forest Hills (70-00 Austin St)

I’ll be adding locations over the next week so please check back.

Wishing you a peaceful, restful and above all, joyful Thanksgiving,


5 thoughts on “Signed Copies of Twelve Nights…

  1. Borders Wall Street! Borders Park Ave!! AHHHH I love you I am soooo proud,,, and to think we ran the lonely streets of Fredieburg… in the rain.. before you were famous!

    Love you

  2. Hey Nancy,

    Happy memories for sure and yet in so many ways, another life…

    As I was going from bookstore to bookstore via subway and sans map, it struck me. I really am a New Yorker.

    Love you, too. 🙂

  3. Hope,

    Are there any copies available to purchase online or in say Maryland…I can’t get up to Ny anytime soon. lol

    My sister is a huge fan and in Iraq right now, I want to send her one for Christmas.

    Was just wondering.


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