I will be at Hob Nobs Cafe and Spirits in Phoenix on Friday, August 2nd, signing copies of The Travelers’ Club and the Ghost Ship, The Travelers’ Club – Fire and Ash, Twisted History and Twisted Nightmares. Come join me for this First Friday event. They will have a live band playing starting at 8 pm. I will be just inside the entrance starting around 7:30 pm. I look forward to seeing you there!
Hob Nobs – 149 W McDowell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Thanks to Bob Leeper at Evermore Nevermore and the other folks who put together the Mesa Second Fridays! This Friday, November 9th, from 6pm to 10pm I will be signing copies of my three books, The Travelers’ Club and the Ghost Ship, Twisted History – and the freshly released The Travelers’ Club – Fire and Ash, which is book two of the Steampunk series. Come by and say hello. In bookstores The Travelers’ Club novels are $14.95 each, and Twisted History $7.95. You can buy them for $10 and $5 tomorrow night, respectively, signed and personalized with your name. There will also be other Steampunk vendors, food, fun, and one of my favorite Steampunk bands, local favorite Jellied Brainz.
I will be at the Wild Western Festival, at Sahuaro Ranch Historical Park, this Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 am until 5 pm signing copies of The Travelers’ Club and The Ghost Ship and Twisted History. Copies will be available for $10 and $5 respectively, which is about a 40% discount off the retail price. Look for me at the Arizona Steampunk Society booth. And yes, I WILL be in costume, so you can’t miss this opportunity to gawk at me in my Stetson. Those who know me know what color it is too – Black.
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I will be at The Book Rack in Mesa, Arizona this Saturday from 11 am to 2 pm signing copies of The Travelers’ Club and the Ghost Ship and Twisted History. Please come out and stop by. Thanks to Patti Hulstrand for setting up this event, and thanks to The Book Rack for supporting local authors!
The Book Rack
I have five things in there. The staff and the Editor Patti Hulstrand were kind enough to first add me as a staff writer, now as a columnist. I have a non-fiction piece on theories of astro-physicists on the beginning of the universe, two book reviews, a movie to book comparison, and a mention of my upcoming book signing at The Book Rack on September 8, 2012 from 11 am to 2 pm. The Book Rack is located on Signal Butte Road off I-60 in East Mesa, Arizona.
You can check out this edition by going here:
Then you can scroll to the bottom, and click enlarge to open the document in Adobe Reader.
It is a great publication that not only has interesting stories, but the advertisements tell you about all sorts of cool conventions coming up and places that sell unique products that us science fiction fans love. Thanks to Patti Hulstrand and the Central Arizona Speculative Fiction Society for such a great publication and letting me be a part of it for each of the last dozen or so issues.
A special shout out to Patti Hulstrand and fellow authors who have allowed me to sit in on a book signing during the Payson First Friday Main Street Art Walk June 1, 2012 from 5pm to 8pm. We will be out front of Todd’s Books, located at:
408 West Main Street, Payson, AZ 85541 928-474-0560
I will be selling signed copies of my books at a discounted rate. You can be the first to see me in my new bionic form, with over ten pounds of ceramics, plastic and titanium holding me together post op.
Payson’s Art & Antiques District on historic Main St holds a party on the first Friday of each month and everyone is invited. You can enjoy live music, check out the many classic cars on display, and indulge in hot dogs and brats served up by the Kiwanis Club. Most businesses remain open until 8 pm with many offering free refreshments.
First Friday on Main Street Art & Antiques Walk is an event that fits well with Payson’s neighborly tradition. Walking this historic Art & Antiques District where Payson’s first residents gathered for social events including rodeos and dances; it’s fun to stroll and read the historic markers on many of the local businesses. Included in the unique and eclectic shops lining Main St from the Beeline to Green Valley Park, are the many friendly faces of local merchants. Expect a story or two about the history of each store.