Can’t wait for The Murderer’s Maid to launch on October 30th? Join us at one of our upcoming events with author Erika Mailman and get your copy early.
Thursday, October 12th at 7 pm
Erika Mailman joins the latest installment of the Why There Are Words reading series along with William Brewer, Jacqueline Doyle, Brittany Perham, Elizabeth Rosner, and Mary Volmer. The theme is reckonings.
333 Caledonia Street Sausalito
Saturday, October 14th from 5 to 6 pm
Join Erika Mailman at InsideStorytime’s reading during leg 1 of Lit Crawl, San Francisco’s epic literary pub crawl.
Muddy Waters Coffee House
521 Valencia Street San Francisco
October 23rd from 6 to 9 pm
Dale Marie Golden and Kathleen Caldwell from Great Good Place for Books will host an East Bay local authors night, featuring Erika Mailman, Cara Black, Sylvia Brownrigg, and others.
Montclair Presbyterian Church
5701 Thornhill Drive Oakland
Friday, October 27th from 6 to 9 pm
Two House Museums, Three Murders
To research The Murderer’s Maid, Erika Mailman became an expert on the Borden murders, and even spent a night in the Lizzie Borden house, now a bed and breakfast and museum. But she has ties to a haunted house museum closer to home: the creepy Pardee Home Museum in Oakland, the subject of her novel The House of Bellaver. Tour the Pardee Home Museum and learn about both houses and the secrets they keep.
672 Eleventh Street Oakland
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Saturday, October 28th at 2 pm
Join the San Francisco launch party for The Murderer’s Maid at Book Passage’s San Francisco location in the history Ferry Building.
1 Ferry Building San Francisco
Can’t make it? Reserve a signed copy by calling Book Passage: (415) 835-1020
Sunday, October 29th at 3 pm
Join the Oakland launch party for The Murderer’s Maid at East Bay Booksellers, and have a bloody cupcake on us!
5433 College Avenue Oakland
Can’t make it? Reserve a signed copy by calling East Bay Booksellers: (510) 653-9965
Sunday, October 29th at 6:30 pm
SF in SF–short for Science Fiction in San Francisco, although they also host fantasy and horror readings and movie nights–brings together women horror writers for a reading and panel.
American Bookbinders Museum
355 Clementina St. San Francisco
Saturday, November 18th at 3 pm
Reading at The Avid Reader on Broadway
1945 Broadway Sacramento
Can’t make it? Reserve a signed copy by calling The Avid Reader: (916) 441-4400