Sisterhood Everlasting Tour!

06/13/2011 at 5:13 am (Uncategorized)

Tour Events


New York City

Barnes & Noble (Upper East Side) — Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/15 — 7:00 PM



Wellesley Free Library — Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/14 — 7:00 PM



Next Chapter — Reception, Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/21 — 7:00 PM



Anderson’s (Naperville) — Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/22 — 7:00 PM

Vernon Area Library — Luncheon, Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/22 — Noon

Lake Villa Library — Luncheon, Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/23 — Noon



Tattered Cover (Colfax Ave.) — Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/27 — 7:30 PM


St. Louis



Left Bank Books (at Saks Fifth Avenue) — Reception, Talk, Q&A, Signing — 6/28 — 6:00 PM




Margaret Mitchell House — Talk, Q&A, Signing — 7/6 — 7:00 PM



Blue Willow Books (at Houston Public Library) — Talk, Q&A, Signing — 7/7 — 6:00 PM



  1. Tami Melissa said,

    Hi Ann! I’ve grown up with this series and was so ecstatic to find out that another book was being released with the girls 10 years later! I was wondering if you would be adding any more dates to your Sisterhood Everlasting tour? Maybe around the Philadelphia area? I’d love to get the chance to meet you and hear more about you, the book, the pants, etc.!!

  2. neela007 said,

    A song for Tibby : I was here by Beyonce

  3. Abigail said,

    Please come to California!

  4. Diana Bueno said,


    I’ve grown up with these girls. I’ve grown up with your writing, which is sad and beautiful and touches you in the core of things, and isn’t that what writing is supposed to do? The Traveling Pants books – and your others – are like touchstones for me. I was 12 or so when the sisterhood began, and now I’m 20. No one seems to grasp the odd limbo between adulthood and adolescence the way you do, and it’s comforting to read in Sisterhood Everlasting that the girls are still, at 30, trying to figure out how to be adults. I just wanted to say thank you for writing. I’m a writer myself and your work inspires me, makes me want to be better, even more honest and passionate. I can’t wait for your next project.

    I do have one question – is there still a sequel planned for My Name is Memory? I loved that book.

    I hope your book tour is going well!


    • Ann Brashares said,


      Thank you for your kind words, I’m so glad you’ve enjoyed the books over the years. As for My Name Is Memory, I hope everything lines up and we’re able to follow Daniel through a couple more lifetimes.

      My warmest and best,

  5. Camille Metcalf said,

    Hi Ann! I would also love to see you in Philadelphia. Any chance of that happening?

  6. Hannah said,

    Hi Ann,
    I am from Sydney in Australia and your books (especially the travelling pants) are a big hit here. I was wondering if you have ever done signings overseas? You would have a very popular response from fans if you ever came to Australia.

  7. Alex said,

    You should come to the LA area, please please please! 🙂

  8. Rocío Romero Martínez said,

    Hi! First of all, I want to thank you, Ann, for writing these awesome books. I love Carmen, Tibby, Lena and Bridget, they are like friends to me, and I identify with all of them. I love the way you write about their lifes, their feelings and their fears, making them so real.
    Now, I’ve got a question: is there any news on publishing the book in Spanish? Your books have been published in Spain in different publishers, so I don’t know what to expect. Any info would be great.
    Thanks for everything! Big hugs from Spain! =)

  9. Ebelin said,

    Please come to Los Angeles! It would make me o so happy to meet my favorite author! Pleaseeee

  10. Dana said,

    I love your sisterhood series and was very excited to learn another was being written and was wondering if even more books are going to be added to the series?

  11. Kelly said,

    Dear Ann Brashares,
    I just finished Sisterhood Everlasting. I remember crying at the end of the second Sisterhood movie (I saw the film while I was in the middle of reading Forever in Blue), and Sisterhood Everlasting brought the tears back.
    My best friend and I are HUGE fans of your books. Our lives our defined by the summers of our friendship, so your novels are perfect for us!
    One question has been itching in the back of my mind for most of the series; who had the pants before Carmen found it at the thrift shop next to YES!? Was it Jodi Anderson, the woman who you stated shared a pair of pants with her friends? Or another character with a potential plot idea for a book???!!!
    Thank you for being such an amazing writer. 🙂

    • Ann Brashares said,


      Its amazing that the friendship in your life mirrors that of the sisterhood. I wish you and your best friend the best in life and the most enjoyable summers together!

      My warmest and best,

  12. Aleta Nelson said,

    Your books are amazing I have read all of them that I can get my hands on and I have loved each and every one of them!
    My mother found the sisterhood of the traveling pants movies and bought them for me I expected them to be… lets just say movies based on books normally suck, but I liked them a lot and I have watched them every night for like two weeks straight.
    Sisterhood everlasting made me cry but out of all your books it was my favorite! The way you wrote it just… it seemed different than all the other books. I stayed up all night on a Tuesday reading it and around two in the morning my mom opened the door to find me on the floor crying. She wasn’t happy.

  13. Sam said,

    Dear Ann Brashares
    I’ve been a fan of your books since I was a teenager, and have followed the sisterhood of the pants through to adulthood. Your book “My name is memory” however was amongst one of the best books I have ever read.
    Is there to be a sequel as I am dying to get my hands on it! When do you think it will be released?
    Cannot wait to find out more about Daniel and Lucy!


  14. Gabriella said,

    Dear Ann!

    I finished My Name is Memory a couple of days ago and I loved it! I was going to ask you if there would come any more books about Lucy and Daniel, but then I saw one of your replies above. I hope you will write at least one more! 🙂
    Lots of love from Gabriella in Sweden

  15. cheyenne said,

    Hey, ann i looooved my name is emmory but whenever i look up whether there will be a sequel things say its a triliogy but theres no more information than that, no name or release date or anything for a second book, i’m just wondering … will there be a second book? cuase im really hoping so.

  16. Guiselle said,

    Hello: I have just finished 3 of your books, and they are like potato chips, addictive.:) I am not a young kid, but I can still understand,Thanks your are wonderful, it made me laugh and cry, with them.
    Guiselle in New Jersey.

  17. Mia said,

    I just finished reading sisterhood everlasting and I cried so hard when tibby died. You are one of the few authors who can make me cry (and yes that is a good thing!) I’m getting ready to read my name is memory(the only book of yours I haven’t read yet) but I already know it will be amazing and touching and I can’t wait to see what you write next.

  18. Allison said,

    i just completely love the sisterhood, I think you need to right at least one more. I want to do what happens with lena and Kostos. What is the gender of Bee’s baby? There has to be more to the story! it can’t end here!

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