Friday, March 6, 2009

Serenity Garden Tea House Author Signing in West Palm Beach

On Saturday April 4th, six local authors, Jianne Carlo, Traci Hall, Dayana Knight, Mona Risk, Patrice Wilton and Mary Ricksen, will be hosting a full afternoon high tea at the Serenity Garden Tea House, at 316 Vallette Way, in West Palm Beach, Florida, 561-655-3911. Check the web site for directions and information about the place;

The authors write romance; contemporary, young adult, paranormal, erotic suspense, and even time travel. The authors will be available to answer questions about writing, to make suggestions, have a raffle, and sign books. We encourage mingling.
The tea house is an amazing place. Kind of shabby sheik, when you look around, you can surely find your grandmother or your mothers china. The food is fabulous, there are teas I have never heard of in my life. And the scones, they're killer.
To ensure you will be able to participate in "High Tea" you will have to make a reservation. More to follow.


  1. I am so looking forward to this event. The Serenity tea house is one of the best I've ever visited, and I grew up in an English colony.

    The food and ambiance are amazing. I do hope lots of you will join us.

    Jianne Carlo

  2. Sounds wonderful Mary. I hope you have a fabulous time and sell lots of books!

  3. Mary, if I were going to be anywhere in the near vicinity, I'd definitely stop by! Alas, I'm here in Colorado. The Tea House you described sounds wonderful. I love places like that. There's one in Boulder that I adore.

    Have a great time!


  4. Thanks for the comments ladies, I love when you comment.

  5. Oy! I guess I'll have to be satisfied with a quick trip to Paneras. :( Eat a scone for moi. I'm so into scones.

  6. This sounds like a lot of fun. I wish Florida weren't so far away. I hope it's a smashing success!

  7. Just popping in to say 'hi' and thanks for commenting on my Blog the other day.

    I hope you had a very enjoyable booksigning - it sounds wonderful. Wish I could have been 'beamed down' via the Enterprise or something, it's a long way across the pond!