The signing in Austin for Star Wars Reads Day went very well. They gave away a bunch of prizes and there was some great costumes.
That's me and Aaron Allston
And if you've read Razor's Edge (or any of my other books), if you get a chance, please consider leaving a review on Amazon, B&N, GoodReads, LibraryThing, or wherever you leave reviews. Or just tell somebody else about it if you think they might like it. It really does help a huge amount.
And if you want to read a book at your library and they don't have it, remember that you can request that they buy it for the collection, or get it for you through interlibrary loan. And that lots of libraries now also have ebooks and audiobooks for check-out.
* Scare for a Cure is getting ready to get started in Austin! There are three haunted attractions this year, with net proceeds going to The Breast Cancer Resource Centers of Central Texas, and they are also collecting dog food and treats for local Animal Shelters. The massive interactive haunted attraction, (this year it's called Fairy Tale Nightmare) only sells tickets online and may already by sold out. The two others, Murder at Ghost Town, where you solve a murder mystery in a haunted town, and The Boneyard, where monsters chase the crap out of you, sell tickets at the gate as well as online, but you may want to buy in advance because these events are extremely popular.
Signing and Halloween
October 6th, 8:41