At long last, I have finalized my next book tour and posted all of the times and places in my calendar (right there in the left column of this website. And yes, there are east coast and limited midwest events! I’m very excited. For convenience, here’s the full list:
March 29: Book launch at Sam Weller’s, Salt Lake City, 6pm
March 30: Barnes & Noble, Orem, 7pm
April 1: University Bookstore, Seattle, 7pm
April 4: Powell’s, Beaverton (Portland), 7pm
April 9: Borderlands, San Francisco, 3pm
April 10: Dark Delicacies, Burbank (LA), 2pm
April 14: Borders, Mission Valley (San Diego), 7pm
April 15: Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego, 7pm
April 20: Barnes & Noble, Baltimore, 7pm
April 21: Peerless Books, Alpharetta (Atlanta), 7pm
April 23: Uncle Hugo’s, Minneapolis, 1pm
April 26: Murder By the Book, Houston, 7pm
Every event will be filled with awesomeness. Also: signings of books.
I want to try something new on this tour. My favorite part of traveling is eating new food, but when I go on tour I usually end up eating take-out burritos in my hotel room, because eating alone is boring and takes all the fun out of it. This is doubly ridiculous given that my signings are usually full of friendly people who love to talk about books and writing and such. So: what I want to do this time is work out some lunches and dinners with all you awesome folks. You show me your favorite restaurants, we’ll yak about whatever, and we’ll have a grand old time. Note that this is all dutch–I’m not asking you to buy me food, just join me. Sound awesome? Let’s do it! Post here or contact me through dan AT fearfulsymmetry DOT net,and we’ll start setting this up. Note that if you live in Seattle (April 1-3), Portland (April 4-7) or Minneapolis (April 22-23) I’ll be there an extra day or two not mentioned on the schedule above. Also note that dinner in San Francisco is already claimed by Seanan McGuire, who has a machete collection, so don’t mess with her and/or don’t wonder why I disappear halfway through the tour.