Monday, May 8, 2017

San Diego Down, Houston on the Horizon

Last week was a big one, and this one's shaping up to be just as exciting!

But first, happy birthday to Mysterious Galaxy, a fabulous independent genre bookstore in San Diego. They were kind enough to have Jenna Rhodes and me down on Sunday to talk about the writing process and sign some books. Despite the gloomy weather, we had a grand time.

Photo courtesy of Maryelizabeth Yturralde

If the rain kept you home, never fear--they've got signed copies in stock!

This weekend, I'll be back in Houston for Comicpalooza and a signing at Murder By The Book. It's going to be a wonderful, whirlwind weekend in the city that still feels like my true home:
Friday, May 12
  • Manuscript Makeover: Revise, Rewrite, or Recycle? | 4-5pm | 370D (Comicpalooza) | w/ Lev Grossman, Marshall Ryan Maresca, Jake Kerr, Mari Mancusi, and Pamela Fagan Hutchins
  • Folklore and Mythology for Writers | 5:30-6:30pm | 370F (Comicpalooza) | w/ Jim Butcher, Michael Wilson, and C. Robert Cargill
Saturday, May 13
  • Signing and Discussion | 1pm | Murder By The Book
  • Author Table | 4pm | Barnes & Noble Table @ Dealer's Room (Comicpalooza)
Sunday, May 14
  • Categorically Unlikely Heroes | 10-11am | 370D (Comicpalooza) | w/ Tex Thompson, K.J. Russell, George Wright Padgett, and Christina Escamilla
  • Writing in the Fantasy Genre | 11:30am-12:30pm | 370F (Comicpalooza) | w/ Lev Grossman, Jim Butcher, Tex Thompson, and Martha Wells
  • Read & Critique | 2:30-3:30pm 

Also, I've gotten to start the week off right with a guest post at John Scalzi's Whatever talking about the Big Idea in The Song of the Dead: stories shape us. Check it out!


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