Following Atticus: Forty-Eight High Peaks, One Little Dog, and an Extraordinary Friendship by Tom Ryan is published by William Morrow. It tells the story of my adventures with Atticus M. Finch, a little dog of some distinction. You can also find our column in the NorthCountry News.

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Will's Red Coat Book Tour


15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank you, Tom.
jd

Anonymous said...

ps I don't do Facebook. How could I reserve 2 Newburyport tickets, please.
Thank you,
jd

Anonymous said...

Just finished reading Will's Red Coat. What a beautiful story!! I hope you will write another.

~ CMT ~ said...

Hoping to get to see you down the cape. However, so enjoying the PBS show now...once again, you, The Whites and dogs, come to my rescue after a few difficult moments.

Mary said...

Just finished the book so moving a happy end for a poor cruelly little dog. Tom you are so kind. Mary Southern Ireland

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Mollie said...

Hi Tom,
Any chance you'll be doing readings out west on your trip? Specifically San Diego?!! There's a nice independent bookstore in La Jolla called Warwick's. They do author readings all the time.

Onward,

Mollie

Anonymous said...

Fell in love with Will just as I did with Atticus.... what wonderful friends (although I realize you didn't always feel that way about Will, at first ) -- your writing reaches my heart and I thank you for your insights, books and blogs. And for being a truly wonderful person.

Your book tour has kept you busy and I don't do Facebook, so I'm looking forward to your blogs again. I've missed them !!

Bea Johnson

MsBoosBees said...

Hi Mr. Ryan, Does your tour end on May 20th? I am only today seeing the PBS program Windows to the Wild. Thank you.
Sincerely,
Elizabeth

MsBoosBees said...

Hi Mr. Ryan,
I am just seeing the Windows to the Wild program tonight on June 5th. Was May 20th the end of the book tour for Will's Red Coat? Thank you.
Sincerely,
Elizabeth

Anonymous said...

Just finished reading "Will's Red Coat" for the 2nd time.... love your stories, Tom !!! I don't do Facebook, consequently really miss your blogs -- hope you'll update soon. I'm sure you're taking a much needed, well deserved rest after the book tours. Looking forward to updates soon of your latest adventures.
Bea Johnson
San Anselmo, CA

Dora Marcia said...

Dear Mr. Ryan I wanted to let you know I've just read Will's red coat
I rescued a little dog and named him old man. And he was the sweetest
He use to sing with me when I sang him his special song. He was part Schnauzer. And my very first mixed breed dog. I totally feel your love for your dogs. Thank. you for sharing and letting my tears flow. Marcia



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Pamela Seddon said...

i hope you are still on a book tour.... i missed you in nh, can you tell me where you will be next ? love your passion and these dogs and your dedication
Pam

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Thank you

Rob Z said...

Hi Tom,

I'm a resident of Dover, NH. I've just started following after having finished the book. It was recommended with perfect timing as my son and I started our second season of the 48 this summer. I'm writing to ask who you were seeing for medical treatment when you were suffering the height of your Lyme infection? My partner has been suffering for five years. So far we have not been able to find a Lyme educated Western medicine support system in our area. Diana's used successful rounds of supplement treatment but we have not been able to properly balance the treatment with a medical doctor and we have not made the progress that she needs to feel more freedom. If there is a way for you to share that information I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you for the inspiration, and for providing me with the ability to ponder the mountains we have not yet climbed.

True feet and 5 knots,

Rob