The TWO TO MANGO party was a smash hit! So great in fact that it’s taken me months to recover from signing all those copies of TWO TO MANGO and we even sold a pile of MAI TAI ONE ON copies (Book 1 in the Tiki Goddess series).
For those of you who weren’t there, you missed the inspirational Hula Maidens in great form! Not only did they come in costume, but some of them came in disguise. And why not? They danced their hula toes down to the nubs as they sipped likiko’i tequinis, mai tais, mango rum punch and of course, white wine.
As always, Julia Witford of the Tahiti Nui made sure the party went off without a hitch and the pizza cuts kept on coming.
Robin Savage of Robin Savage Gifts Hanalei kept me busy in the back signing books while the incomparable Beverly and Patrick Kauanui accompanied by the Ukulele Na Haumana O’Namolokama Band filled the Nui with music and dance to the delight of kama’aina and the tourists who walked into the chaos and were
Was I surprised when Kauai County Councilman Kipukai Kuali’i stopped by! The bevy of decked out Goddesses enticed him and his entourage to stay, celebrate, and meet a host of North Shore voters.
A good time was had by all, as usual. If there is one thing the Tiki Goddesses are known for it’s having Fun with a capital F. Now it’s time to get back to work on the 3rd book of the Tiki Goddess Mystery series…Three to Get Lei’d.
Until #3 is finished, you can keep on reading Mai Tai One on and Two to Mango. Both are available online as ebook downloads or can be ordered from your favorite bookseller. Check out the pages of this website for links for ordering. Or, if you are lucky enough to get to Hanalei, you can pick up an autographed copy at Robin Savage Gifts in the Ching Young Center.
A hui hou, (’til we meet again!)
The Tiki Goddess