Monday, October 06, 2008

Book Signing - Squirreled Away Books

This is turning out to be a busy week for me, and it's only Monday.

This Wednesday, at 6:00 p.m., I'll be at Squirreled Away Books in Armada, Michigan, signing books (www.squirreledawaybooks.com/Map.html). And the author of Calamity's Child, M. Keaton, will be signing at the same time. If you're in the area, please visit this wonderful bookstore and say hello.

I'll be offered limited edition bookcards for my upcoming novel Voodoo Virus, and bookmarks for The Strange Cases of Rudolph Pearson. I may have some posters left over from the convention, if so, I'll bring those along. I understand that Squirreled Away Books also carries RPG books, so copies of the recently released Secrets of Morocco might be available.

5 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

You're definitely busy with some interesting things. Sorry I live so far away.

danieljhogan said...

Don't think I'll be able to make it to the signing, but have fun :)

I had a great time with all of you guys at the convention, like always.

Also, I just ordered a copy of the Hardboiled Cthulu anthology from the Elder Signs Press website--I had meant to buy it at the con, but forgot about it until I got home last night. D'oh!

Stewart Sternberg said...

My God. I just might stop by.

Rick said...

I would have stopped by if I hadn't thought yesterday was Tuesday and that tomorrow was Wednesday.

Hope everything went great for both you and MK.

William Jones said...

Charles - I have been busy for the last few weeks. And you are welcome to move to warm and sunny Michigan!

Daniel - It was good seeing you at the convention again, and I hope you enjoy the book.

Stewart - There was some confusion about "me" being there or not. A few people emailed me, asking if I was going to be there (seems I wasn't on the website). This caused me to wonder if I had things confused, so I urged those who emailed to stay home (sorry - but it was safer). Later, I think a bit before the event, my name was listed. Either way, the store is great, nice owners, and if you get a chance, drop by and shop. Plenty of good books. :)

Rick - This is a problem with the order of the weekdays. If we simplfy, and give them one name, we'll never have to miss anything. Maybe.