Charleston, SC - The Lost Queen Book Launch & Party
Sep
2
5:00 PM17:00

Charleston, SC - The Lost Queen Book Launch & Party

Join Signe to kick off her book tour and celebrate the release of The Lost Queen at the beautiful Harbour Club, located in the heart of historic downtown Charleston, S.C. Hosted by Charleston independent bookstore Buxton Books. 

PURCHASE A TICKET

$55 "Individual Ticket" includes book, beer, wine, & heavy hors d'oeuvres.
$89 "Couples Ticket" admits two people, includes one book with beer, wine, and & heavy hors d'oeuvres.

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New York City - Barnes & Noble (86th & Lexington)
Sep
6
7:00 PM19:00

New York City - Barnes & Noble (86th & Lexington)

7:00 PM - Join Signe in New York City for her Official Book Launch for The Lost Queen at the Upper East Side Barnes & Noble. Signe will share the story of how she encountered the life and memory of the 6th century queen Languoreth. Following a brief reading from the text, Signe will be available to sign copies. 

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Ithaca, NY - The Argos Inn Warehouse
Sep
9
5:00 PM17:00

Ithaca, NY - The Argos Inn Warehouse

THE LOST QUEEN BOOK PARTY - ITHACA!
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Hosted by Buffalo Street Books and The Argos Inn

This event is free and open to the public!
Join Signe to toast the publication of The Lost Queen in her hometown. The event will be held at the beautiful Argos Warehouse space in Ithaca, New York. Traditional Celtic music by the wonderful Grady Girls Quartet.  

Books, beer, wine, and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. 

Location: The Argos Inn Warehouse
416 East State Street
Ithaca, NY 14850

 The Grady Girls (Photo: Rosie Grady Sayvetz)

The Grady Girls (Photo: Rosie Grady Sayvetz)

 The Argos Warehouse 

The Argos Warehouse 

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Tampa, FL - SIBA
Sep
13
10:00 AM10:00

Tampa, FL - SIBA

Join authors Signe Pike (The Lost Queen - Touchstone), Amy Stewart (Miss Kopp Just Won’t Quit -Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), Kristina McMorris (Sold on a Monday - Sourcebooks Landmark) and Jonathan Putnam (Final Resting Press - Quick Brown Fox & Co.) for The Southern Independent Booksellers Alliance's AUTHORinteraction: Making a Mark on the Past – Writing, Riding, Righting Historical Fiction. 
 

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Littleton, CO - Tattered Cover
Sep
17
7:00 PM19:00

Littleton, CO - Tattered Cover

7:00 PM
Signe is thrilled to be back at Tattered Cover for a reading and signing, where she received such a warm Colorado welcome for her 2010 memoir Faery Tale. The Tattered Cover is one of America's most iconic independent bookstores, bringing people and books together since its doors first opened in 1971. Signe will be reading and signing copies of The Lost Queen.  

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Loveland, CO - Barnes & Noble
Sep
21
7:00 PM19:00

Loveland, CO - Barnes & Noble

Join Signe for a very special reading and signing of The Lost Queen. Loveland, CO and nearby Estes Park are home to the artist behind The Lost Queen's beautiful hand-crafted bone feather necklaces available on Etsy by Silverhawk Studios. Signe will read the scene from the book involving the feather and discuss how she and 2nd generation artist, Bekka Moon, came to collaborate on the repurposed bison bone necklaces carved in the shape of a peregrine falcon feather, proceeds from which are donated to protect birds of prey. 

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Portland, OR - The Fernie Brae
Sep
23
3:00 PM15:00

Portland, OR - The Fernie Brae

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"Found Things from Lost Lands" Book Signing + Art Exhibit
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM


A reading, signing and art event to celebrate The Lost Queen in the Portland gallery that is home to the original artwork of fantasy greats Brian, Wendy & Toby Froud.

Free and open to the public. Books will be available for purchase. 


ARTISTS! 
The Fernie Brae invites you to submit your art for our upcoming exhibit: "Found Things From Lost Lands" to celebrate Signe Pike's release of her historical novel The Lost Queen
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Submission Call From Bryonie, Owner, The Fernie Brae:
Sometimes Things need to be kept secret. Sometimes Words must only be whispered in the shadows of the ancient oak hallows. Sometimes Magic needs to be locked away, buried deep in the Land to ensure its truths cannot be twisted into alluring guiles. 
And sometimes, a Key is fashioned; a Key that unlocks, that illuminates, that leads us to find that Land and remember that Magic once more. 
And sometimes, when the Land is ready, a Key is Unearthed, and Things once Lost may be Found again. 
And sometimes, the Land is ready Now.

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We are looking for metaphorical “Keys”: Art made by you, fashioned in any medium, that Unlocks the Memory of a something Lost that we need to Remember Now.

Questions you may ask yourself when considering what to create/submit: 
“What do we need to remember?”
“What needs to be unlocked?”
“What is ready to be seen, to be known Now that we were not ready for until this moment in time?”

Download the submission form here! 

 The Fernie Brae

The Fernie Brae

 The Fermie Brae, home to the work of Wendy Froud

The Fermie Brae, home to the work of Wendy Froud

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Powell's Books - Beaverton, OR
Sep
25
7:00 PM19:00

Powell's Books - Beaverton, OR

7:00 PM
Join Signe for her inaugural visit to the legendary Powell's Books (Cedar Hills Crossing location) for a Q&A, reading and signing of The Lost Queen. 

Powell's Books is an independent bookseller serving Portland, Oregon, since 1971. They've grown to employ over 530 people across five Portland-area stores and Powells.com, and their book inventory exceeds two million volumes. They have an especially intimate relationship with Portland — what other city in America can name a bookstore as its top attraction? They host over 500 author events a year, in addition to children's storytimes, writing workshops, game demonstrations, and book clubs. This evening is bound to be a packed and unforgettable event! 

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Seattle, WA - Third Place Books
Sep
28
7:00 PM19:00

Seattle, WA - Third Place Books

Join Signe for a reading and signing of The Lost Queen at the Ravenna location of Seattle's Third Place Books!

Founded in 1998 in Lake Forest Park, Third Place opened a store in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle in 2002, and another in the Seward Park neighborhood in 2016. Third Place Books is a general interest bookstore with over 200,000 new, used, and bargain books in Lake Forest Park and over 40,000 books in Ravenna. A fun place to browse, linger, lounge, relax, read, eat, laugh, play, talk, listen, and just watch the world go by.

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Oct
6
10:00 AM10:00

Beaufort, SC - Lowcountry Book Club Convention

Details to come. 
The Pat Conroy Literary Center's Lowcountry Book Club Convention is a day of educational conversations and fellowship programs for book club members and those considering joining a book club. This free public event is presented in partnership with the Technical College of the Lowcountry and funded in part by a gift from the Pulpwood Queens book club. 
 

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Greenville, SC - M. Judson Books
Oct
10
7:00 PM19:00

Greenville, SC - M. Judson Books

Join Signe for a reading and signing of The Lost Queen at one of Greenville, SC's most innovative book stores. 

M.Judson is more than a bookstore. It’s a literary hub and cultural hive. They carry place-based literature of every kind, books about a handmade life, growing and eating and making food, and books for the next generation of readers. 

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Asheville, NC - Malaprops Bookstore & Cafe
Oct
11
6:00 PM18:00

Asheville, NC - Malaprops Bookstore & Cafe

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Signe is thrilled to revisit Malaprops, Asheville's most fabulous independent bookstore, for a reading and signing of The Lost Queen. Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café is an independent bookstore founded in Asheville, NC in 1982. They bring books, writers, and readers together in an environment that nurtures community and the joy of reading. They carry a carefully curated selection of books for adults, children, and young adults, as well as a large array of gift items. Their cozy café offers tasty treats from local bakeries and coffee roasted locally. Writer Ann Patchett, in an article for the New York Times, wrote: “Malaprop’s was the heart and soul of Asheville, NC, when Asheville was a sleepy little hippie town, and it’s still its heart and soul now…, a position Malaprop’s maintained by being unabashedly true to itself.”

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