Tag: signings

Illustrated collection of science fiction/fantasy poetry released!

I Tumble through the Diamond Dust, my new collection of fantastical (science fiction, fantasy, and horror) poems, illustrated by Alberta artist Wendi Nordell (my talented niece), is now available in both print and ebook formats! Buy it from Amazon.ca, Amazon.com, Kobo, or the Apple store in ebook format, or in print through Chapters/Indigo or the …

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Song of the Sword first signing event: Chapters Regina

Here I am signing Song of the Sword at Chapters in Regina on Saturday. This was not only the first time I sat and sold copies of the book and autographed them, it was the first time I’d even seen copies of the actual book. It’s shinier than the ARC! Plus it has a nice …

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SciFiGuy features me in an interview

There’s a nice big interview with me up at SciFiGuy.ca, mostly focused on the upcoming release of Song of the Sword, Book 1 in The Shards of Excalibur. Alas, it’s still the upcoming release because printer problems delayed it past the hoped for October 15, but they promise me it’ll be ready at month’s end–which …

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If an author signs in a bookstore and no one comes near, does he make a sound?

Another slow day in the bookstore signing books…just as slow as last week, alas. Which is not to say I didn’t sell any on either occasion–I sold a few–but it’s a bit discouraging all the same. Today I was at Book & Brier, and once again it was a beautiful day outside–warmest day of the …

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I’m signing at Chapters in Regina today

Come down to the Chapters by the Southland Mall in Regina today from 2 to 4 p.m.; I’ll be signing Terra Insegura (and Marseguro, too, probably). Also, I could use the company. It’s a very odd thing sitting at a table in a bookstore signing books. The looks you get range from the curious to …

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Three Saskatchewan signings for Terra Insegura

I’ve confirmed three signing events for Terra Insegura so far, if you’d like to come out and get a signed copy and meet me in person. (Which might be interesting to some people, although I spend all day with me and sometimes I get pretty tired of myself.) The first signing will be at the …

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World Fantasy Convention, Day 2

I had a pretty slow day today since I didn’t go to any panels (because the ones I was interested in coincided with other things). First thing I did this morning was take the obligatory Photo From My Hotel Room Window. Once I’d been out and had coffee and all that stuff (I had a …

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Photo of the Day: Historic Walks of Regina and Moose Jaw book launch

Signing books at Book & Brier Patch today!

Photo of the Weekend: Me, Signing Books

I signed Marseguro for 2 1/2 hours at Smith Books in the Cornwall Centre on Friday, for two hours at Book & Brier on Saturday, and for two hours at Chapters on Sunday. Sold quite a few books, had some nice chats with people (not all of whom bought my book, the usual excuse being …

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Upcoming signings

I’ve got several book readings and signings scheduled over the next little while to promote Marseguro. If you’re in the vicinity to one, please stop by! Friday, February 15, reading at the Swift Current Public Library, 7:30 p.m. There’s also going to be live music! Friday, February 29, signing at Cole’s in the Cornwall Centre, …

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Post-signing post

Well, that went pretty well. McNally-Robinson did indeed have Lost in Translation (already signed, though, since I signed their entire stock on my last trip up here), A Safe and Prosperous Future and Genetics Demystified on hand. I signed two or three books and talked to several school librarians, so it was all good. And …

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Signing in Saskatoon

So here I am at the Saskatoon Inn, due to go down in a couple of hours and take part in an Author Signing Coffee House as part of the Saskatchewan School Library Association Conference getting underway here, along with lots of other Saskatchewan writers: Rebecca Grambo, Byrna Barclay, Dave Glaze, Linda Aksomitis, Rod MacIntyre, …

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