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Book Tour: In the Company of Women Fall 2016!

by Grace Bonney

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BIG NEWS! Tickets and details for the fall book tour to celebrate our new book, In the Company of Women are LIVE!

Head over to designsponge.com/book (link in profile above) to check out all 12 dates and reserve your tickets now! Each ticket includes a copy of the book and our limited-edition illustrated tote bag, while supplies last. I’ll be sharing more about each city (and who will be on each panel!) after Labor Day, but if you want to grab a spot before then, you can get your tickets now* and secure a tote bag, too! See you in October! xo, grace

*LA and Seattle ticket details TK. But you can mark the dates in your calendar now to join us!

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  • I cannot be more excited about this book. At first I was disappointed that Amazon.ca’s price was much more expensive than Amazon.com, but it turns out Chapters-Indigo has a GREAT deal for pre-ordering, and even better when you use their Visa Checkout promo – just a tip for your Canadian readers! :) Best of luck with the tour!

    • Hayley

      I’m so glad that worked out! I linked to Chapters/Indigo on the book page so hopefully that will come in handy. Thank you so much for figuring that out and for your support!

      Grace :)

    • Thanks for the tip Hayley. Given how expensive books have become here in Canada I’m taking advantage of the extra discount and look forward to receiving my copy of what I’m sure will be an informative and great book! Grace hope to see you one day at a Canadian location (TO would be great!) for a book signing — you have lots of readers north of the border!

  • YES! Will be shuttling a carload of creatives/crazy fans/awesome women in Sacramento to join the fun in SF. See you there!!

  • Yay! I just listened to your podcast episode on Design Matters, so I’m super excited to see this here! I just pre-ordered – can’t wait to receive it here on Saba. I’m guessing there won’t be any tours on small Caribbean islands??? :)

  • Grace,
    Congrats! Looks like an awesome book and I can’t wait to dig into it! I really love and appreciate all the hard work you do in the name of good design, among other things. (I still refer to THE Design Sponge book over and over. That red tome is such a keeper!) Looking forward to seeing you in NYC on Oct.5th! In the meantime, take care of yourself. And Thank You!

  • I love all the diversity of the women here! I’m excited to see what your book has to offer. Being such a long time fan of design sponge, It’s great to be online looking at articles, but in print it’s more easily accessible. Very cool!

    • Kyra

      I hear you. I wish my (newly diagnosed) chronic disease, budget and the demands of my full time job allowed me to travel to all the cities I would love to visit, but sadly they do not.

      Grace

  • So excited about this book!!! So proud of my sister Lisa Hunt who is part of this celebration of creative women!.

    I wish the tour was breezing through Denver.

    • Thanks, Tracy!

      I wish we could got to Denver, too. We had such a great time there on the last book tour. Sadly my health, budget and work requirements here at DS won’t allow me to travel as much this time around :(

      Grace

  • Hi there Grace – Is there any possible way to increase the amount of people to attend the Rhinecliff June 22nd evening? My friend Constance and I are on the wait list. We would LOVE to be there!!!
    Many thanks! Smiles, Linda Roth

    • Linda

      I’m afraid we can’t, because of fire codes, but hopefully some spots will open! There are always a few people who don’t show up, so I think your chances are good :)

      Grace

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