Willie, Waylon, and me

Or, really, I guess it was Jason (Heller), Jesse (Bullington), and me. Last night at the Broadway Book Mall—Ron and Nina of Who Else books hosting us, Mario Acavedo moderating, all put together by Mike Hance. Not sure how many people showed up, but it was a standing-room-only kind of situation. Looked a lot like:

snap: Nicholas Lubofsky

Too, anybody wanting the books we were signing last night—Taft 2012, The Enterprise of Death, Zombie Bake-Off (and probably the rest of our catalogues as well)—they’re order able now and forever through Broadway Book Mall. And, I say ‘forever’ because we’re all there pretty regular, will keep signing whatever stock’s in store.

And, thanks to everybody for coming out. Was a good time.

In somewhat related news, I hear Zombie Bake-Off is a featured title on the info desk in the gold room at Powell’s. Which of course just means—as if we don’t all already know this—Powell’s rocks.

In unrelated news, I’m burning through The Weird at an accelerated clip, and loving every page.

 

    • Jo Anna
    • May 1st, 2012

    Willie and Waylon: our dogs, one white and one black, both Labs.

    Finally finished ALL THE BEAUTIFUL SINNERS and had to do what the book jacket said I’d do, turn right around and start it all over again.

      • SGJ
      • May 1st, 2012

      wow, thanks. glad it’s worth it. the e-version’s all different, too. unless that’s what you were reading, in which case it’s pretty much just exactly the same.

        • Jo Anna
        • May 2nd, 2012

        Nope, am reading the hardback version. I’ll try out the e-book this summer. Although maybe I should continue (or stop) reading all versions right now as I seem to be conjuring up the winds in Lubbock every time I read. Even getting some wind here in Austin every once in a while.

        I saw a headline just the other day about a tornado in Oklahoma, and I had to think twice to figure out if I was in the world or in the book. Glad my nephew, who called me from the basement the other night during Lubbock’s near-tornado, doesn’t have an older sister.

  1. February 28th, 2012

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