How to reach Melody.
Over the years I’ve had people ask me for my address or how to write me or mail me something. Recently, I have had a number of people ask where to send their copy of the book Tales of the Siren: A StarbucksMelody to be signed.
You can now write me at the following address:
4616 25th Avenue NE #202,
Seattle, WA 98105
I know it doesn’t look like it, but that’s a Mailboxes Etc. address. If you want your book signed, please include a return mailer. Don’t worry about postage. If you live in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, or any country that has cross-use Starbucks cards, just throw a $5 Starbucks card in your mailing to me, and I’ll use it. That will offset postage costs. If you live in a country that doesn’t have Starbucks cards, email me, and we’ll work something out.
You can still email me via the contact form on this site. I try to answer most emails.
Thanks! And thank you so much to those who have read the book! The reviews are touching, and if you haven’t bought a copy, I must say … you should! It’s intended as a short, uplifting, fun read. http://www.amazon.com/Tales-Siren-StarbucksMelody-Melody-Overton/dp/1499344201
(Hint: Be on the lookout for a sale on the Kindle version of the book on Friday the 13th).
Buy the book! “Tales of the Siren: A StarbucksMelody” is now available. This book captures true stories of friendship, coffee education, and community service all because of a great cup of Starbucks coffee. You’ll go on a journey as StarbucksMelody makes friends and gets involved in the Starbucks Global Month of Service. You’ll see true stories of Howard Schultz (CEO) and Cliff Burrows (Group President) as they connect with fans. Cliff Burrows gets his hands dirty as he gives back to communities with community service projects such as picking up litter, planting tree seedlings, and more. These stories will demonstrate how Starbucks is in the “people business serving coffee.”
@Purple1 – The book signing was fun. The people who showed up were all wonderful friends. It really went pretty well! And I don’t have any idea what Howard thinks of the book.
Patrick - Coffee Master
YAY, This is awesome! I really wanted to meet you when you were down here (DT Disney is phenomenal, Right?) and my DM and I wanted to get our books singed and maybe a photo opp to add to our pictures and awards area by our Clover counter. We’ll just have to wait till the Holidays when you come down again. I’m thinking of constructing a CD for you (I’m a DJ) with Starbucks music inspired by your book. I’m still sad that we closed all our music stores in ’07
Back2Starbucks or George
I sent my letter to you today, although It was to the address you emailed me. I hope you get it soon . 🙂
-George or Back2starbucks
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How did the book signing go?Hope you had a big crowd. Thrilled the response to the book is so positive. Any response from HS? Congrats to you.