Make a Valentine’s Day visit for books and chitchat

by | Feb 12, 2015 | Neighborly Affection series, Where Am I

I’m spending part of Valentine’s Day with some of my favorite people: readers and writers.

More than 20 authors are participating in the Love Is in the Air event at Ashcombe Farm & Greenhouses in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. If you’re in the area, stop by between noon and 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 14, and say hello!

We’ll be raffling off prize baskets piled with goodies, the authors will have books to sell or give away, and the greenhouse has special lunch deals and crafts for kids.

Love Is in the Air book signing event with M.Q. Barber

I’ll have paperbacks of all three books with me Saturday at the greenhouse. Don’t be shy!

If you have paperbacks already, bring them along and I’ll happily sign them and answer questions about the series. If you don’t have the books, I’ll have a few copies of trade paperbacks from the Neighborly Affection series with me — Playing the Game, Crossing the Lines and yes, even Healing the Wounds, which won’t hit Books-A-Million stores until next month. (And it has a sneak peek at Becoming His Master in the back.)

Event details are available on Ashcombe’s website and the Facebook event page. I hope I’ll see some friendly faces there Saturday!

Special heads-up: Digital versions of the whole series (normally $4.99 each) are on sale all month at the major ebook retailers. Grab Playing the Game for 99 cents and Crossing the Lines and Healing the Wounds for $2.99 each through the end of February. Links are on the Where to Buy page.

Available from these fine shops

The links below will take you to the M.Q. Barber page at each retailer. Need more info to make up your mind? Check out the series pages for the Neighborly Affection books and the Gentleman books.

Also available at your library

Did you know that you can read M.Q. Barber books for free through your library? Libraries can request digital copies through Overdrive, Hoopla, and BorrowBox.

If your library uses Overdrive, you can download the Libby app and request a book directly from your library. Check it out!