View from the end of our street, February 22nd, 2019

Monday, August 14, 2017

The Weird Western Showdown

          Found this simmering on my feed this morning, fresh off the page from the website of David Lee Summers.  I've had the pleasure of seeing this gentleman on a panel.  He is not to be missed if you're in the area!
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          This Saturday, I’ll join bestselling authors Jim Butcher, Kevin J. Anderson, Sarah A. Hoyt, Peter J. Wacks, Bryan Thomas Schmidt, Naomi Brett Rourke, Sam Knight and editor David Boop to discuss the genesis of the anthology Straight Outta Tombstone, reminisce about our careers, and sign our books.
          In my story Fountains of Blood, Billy and Larissa from the Clockwork Legion series tangle with Marcella and Rosen from the Scarlet Order vampire series while caught up in the historical Albert Fountain disappearance.   I’m not the only author revisiting familiar characters.   Jim Butcher reveals the origin of one of the Dresden Files’ most popular characters in A Fistful of Warlocks.  And Kevin J. Anderson’s Dan Shamble, Zombie P.I., finds himself in a showdown in High Midnight.  Plus there are stories from Larry Correia, Alan Dean Foster, Jody Lynn Nye, Michael A. Stackpole, Phil Foglio, Robert E. Vardeman and many more.  Readers in Las Cruces and Tucson might even find copies I’ve signed at their local Barnes and Noble stores.
          Lots of fun and a few surprises at this event!  Mosey on down and celebrate this amazing anthology!

Here are the details:
August 18th, 7pm
Barnes and Noble
960 S Colorado Blvd
Glendale, CO 80246
Call for more information, 303-691-2998 or
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  1. Thanks for sharing the event, my friend. I'm making a big loop, starting in Denver with this signing, then Wednesday next week, I'll be signing books at Boutique du Vampyre in New Orleans' French Quarter, and finally I'll wrap up in Albuquerque for Bubonicon.

    1. ...and thank you for updating us with all the stops. I hope it's a resounding success. By the way, best keep an eye out for my daughter; she's got a bone to pick with you astronomers about that so-called meteor shower!