“The Dirt Around Lake Tahoe: Must-Do Scenic Hikes” brought me back to Tahoe. I’ll be in Northern California for a few month promoting my book.

I’m casting a large net throughout Northern California to get the book into people’s hands. Let me know if you would like a copy; I’ll sign it and get it to you. Drop me an email at kr@kathrynreed.com.

Ways to get a copy of the book in person:

  • July 19, 4-10pm: Signing at Lake Tahoe Mountain Brews. Everyone who buys a book ($15/cash only) that night will receive $1 off a beer. Brewery is at the corner of Third Street and Eloise Avenue, South Lake Tahoe — bottom level of Tahoe Mountain News.
  • July 30, 6pm: Reading/signing at South Lake Tahoe Friends of the Library event,1000 Rufus Allen Blvd. Books are $15, cash only.
  • Aug. 8, 7:30am: Reading/signing at Soroptimists International of Tahoe Sierra at the Senior Center in South Lake Tahoe. Books are $15, cash only.

The book is also available at the visitors center in Stateline across from the Lakeside Inn, the visitors center in Tahoe City near Fanny Bridge, Freel Perk in Meyers, Studio 4 in South Lake Tahoe, Sorensen’s Resort in Hope Valley, The Robin’s Nest in Kings Beach, Placerville News Co. in Placerville, The Hermit’s Hut in Redding, and The Fifth Season in Mount Shasta. Paperback and eBook copies are also available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

I’m looking to do more readings/signings. If your group, store, business, or the like has an opening now through September, let me know. Or if your business or one you know of would like to stock some books, also shoot me an email.

“The Dirt Around Lake Tahoe: Must-Do Scenic Hikes” takes readers on a journey to dozens of trails throughout the Lake Tahoe Basin and beyond. Alpine lakes, wilderness peaks and waterfalls are the rewards.

One thing that sets this book apart from other guidebooks is the rating system for scenic quality and difficulty. The variety of trails is another difference. Every shore of Lake Tahoe is covered, as well as popular and obscure trails just outside of the Lake Tahoe Basin.

This book contains a trail for everyone who likes to explore the outdoors. Some are flat, some not so much. Some are ideal for the weekend warrior, others for families, some for strong athletes, others cater to those wanting a stroll.

Descriptions include what time of year to explore the various areas, historical facts, and details about what you may discover along the way.

This book will become your must-have companion as you hike from one end of the lake to the other, and into the surrounding wilderness.

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