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Affair in The Square, San Marco, Sept. 15th 6-9 pm.

Always lots of fun.  Come see us.  San Marco is one of the neatest places in Jacksonville (where I grew up) and the weather should be great.

If You Live in Middle Georgia (i.e. Macon)...or just feel like driving

I’ll be in Macon, Tuesday, March 1st.  Sidney Lanier Auditorium at Central High School.  7-9 p.m. Public Welcome.  Free Admission.  Click Here for details.

Book Tour 2010 Update

Check my events calendar for updated tour dates and locations.  Lots of good stuff on there.  More to come.

Book Tour 2010 Requests?

I don’t know if this will actually fly with my publicist, but I have an idea…we are in the middle of planning my book tour starting in June and running ‘til whenever.  If you have a suggestion or a request—as to a location, post it here and I’ll forward to my publicist.  At this point, anything’s game.  We have lots of requests from bookstores around the country, but I was wondering what you all thought.

Disclaimer: If I don’t get to your city, don’t blame me.  My publicist makes all destination decisions.  Don’t shoot the messenger.  I know I just threw my publicist under the bus but she’s really cool and she’d like to know what you think, too.  So, any requests please?  (This will be embarrassing if no one responds.)

Highland’s, North Carolina This Weekend

Aug. 8th, 3-5 pm.  I’ll be signing, talking, and shaking hands at Cyrano’s.  One of my all-time favorite bookstores.  If you’re in the neighborhood, come see us.  Main Street. Can’t miss it.

Jacksonville Release Party

Night before last, we held a release party in Jacksonville for “Where the River Ends.”  We think we had somewhere north of 400 people and I signed around 350 books.  By the end of the night, I’d ask my hand to write something and it would laugh at me.  The result looked like either some ancient script or the doodling of a two year old.  Here are some photos (on Flickr) from the release party.  Notice the canoes.  They’re handmade.  I think they’re incredible.  I’ve never seen anything like them. 

To all the folks that came and stood in line, my thanks.  Hope you enjoy the book.

A Christy for Christy

In 1970, a young mother named Alice Douglas read Catherine Marshall’s seminal work, Christy.  Six months later, she named her newborn daughter after the lead in that story.  Twenty-two years later…

Cover for When Crickets Cry

Just received the new artwork for my next book, When Crickets Cry: A Novel of the Heart

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Novels by Charles Martin (Latest release first)

  • The Mountain Between Us
  • The Mountain Between Us
  • Long Way Gone
  • Long Way Gone
  • Water from My Heart
  • Water from My Heart
  • A Life Intercepted
  • A Life Intercepted
  • Unwritten
  • Unwritten
  • Thunder and Rain
  • Thunder and Rain
  • Where the River Ends
  • Where the River Ends
  • Wrapped in Rain
  • Wrapped in Rain
  • Chasing Fireflies
  • Chasing Fireflies
  • Maggie
  • Maggie
  • When Crickets Cry
  • When Crickets Cry
  • The Dead Don’t Dance
  • The Dead Don’t Dance

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