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Tuesday

Okay, the dead truck got towed to the garage last night, so we'll see how expensive that's going to be. Then we deal with the car problem.

Augh.

Anyway, new books:

* Unmade by Sarah Rees Brennan
This is the third book and I'm really enjoying this series. It's funny and scary and I love the characters.

* The first chapter of the YA The Girl Who Wanted to be Sherlock Holmes by Bill Crider

* The Broken Road by T. Frohock
"The Broken [Road] is a novella that showcases how dark fantasy & horror can make an intense combination. Teresa Frohock's exquisite prose & fantastical world-building also make this novella a top-notch read! Don't miss this exciting story about love, betrayal, & the need to save the world."

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This Saturday (the 27th) I'll be on the Fiction Writing panel at the Waco WordFest, 10:30 am to 11:45, at the Waco Convention Center, 100 Washington Ave, Waco, TX, with Angee Taylor, Golden Parsons, and Patrice Sarath. I'll have copies of Stories of the Raksura with me and will be selling them after the panel.
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My copy of Stories of the Raksura arrived today!

Yay! It's such a relief that they're finally shipping.

The Girl Who Wanted to be Sherlock Holmes by Bill Crider


Somebody wrote a book about me? ::grin::

Exhibit A: Me, in 1975-76, dressed in a homemade Holmes outfit for the school play (and yes, I made the deerstalker hat myself**.)

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**Spoiler: I have always been a giant nerd.

Edited at 2014-09-24 04:44 pm (UTC)

Oh, cool, how cute! I am also a giant nerd, I made a Princess Leia costume for Halloween after the first movie came out.

Awww. That's so sweet. That movie was my first date. :)

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