Valentine’s Day Chocolate Treat plus a Great Day at Barnes & Noble, and Special Ebook Sale

Just cuz it’s Valentine’s Day, here’s a chocolate treat:

The new Barnes & Noble in Kalispell recently hosted a terrific book signing for me! Sharing a few photos in case you missed the fun.

YA author Jess Owen Kara and me during her signing.

With my good author pals, Mark Leichliter and Dr. Betty Kuffel


The Banned Book display attracted lots of interest. Many examples were required reading when I was in school.




A rare moment when the Mystery/Thriller nook wasn’t packed with readers. In the future, you’ll find me curled up in one of those comfy chairs.



So many wonderful books for young readers! Heartening that kids are interested in reading.

Puzzles, games, gifts…

Because I don’t want to intrude on anyone’s privacy, I only publish photos without people or when they give permission.


At the signing table at the front of the store.

“Did you write all these books?” “Yup, sure did.”

“Would you sign this for me?” “Gladly!”


For more, check out my recent post on The Kill Zone about the opening.

Limited time sale! Deep Fake Double Down is only $1.99! Buy the ebook at this link. 

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6 Responses to Valentine’s Day Chocolate Treat plus a Great Day at Barnes & Noble, and Special Ebook Sale

  1. Janet Fisher says:

    Looks like a fun day. Nice store. Lovely book display. And those chocolates. M-m-m. Adorable. Congratulations on your launch.

  2. Kay DiBianca says:

    Fabulous pictures! And what a wonderful experience for the authors as well as all the readers.

  3. Sue Ann Connaughton says:


    What a beautiful venue for your book signing. I wish we had a Barnes & Noble like that nearby.

    We do however, have a nice independent bookstore within walking distance and one town over, there Williams College operates a used bookstore with interesting titles at very reasonable prices.

    • Debbie Burke says:

      Thanks, Sue Ann! After Borders closed in 2011, our town hasn’t had a chain store until now. A few wonderful used bookstores but nothing new. As one friend said, “There can’t be too many bookstores!”

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