NASA has confirmed a 1.5 mile wide asteroid will close in on Earth this weekend, so tomorrow might be your last chance to come to see your favorite local authors at appearances in Kendallville and Auburn.
By “close” they mean 15 million miles, which by astronomical standards is like tossing a rock in New York and having someone in Los Angeles hear it whistle by their ear. But just in case, you should buy a book and get some calories in case the world’s infrastructure comes…Continue
Posted on October 9, 2015 at 4:23pm
I usually post press releases for upcoming author events, so everyone can see how dull my press releases are. This one was sent out last week, so I hope you’ve seen it—it’s very different from our previous book signings in two ways:
First, it’s our first gathering of multiple authors (unless you county Emily and me as two authors, which you should). Six—count ‘em, six—authors will be at one of the two gatherings Saturday.
Which brings us to the…Continue
Posted on October 8, 2015 at 6:45pm
Posted on October 7, 2015 at 8:43pm
Despite all the book signing and promotion work, I’m close to finishing the first draft of my newest WIP, a humor book about Indiana history. (My space opera story is “cooling”, so I can run through the next draft with a more objective eye.) I figure there will be lots of Hoosier books published for the bicentennial, but maybe not a lot of humor books.
My book, which still doesn’t have a real working title, is divided up in two ways: by time periods and subjects. There will be…Continue
Posted on October 5, 2015 at 3:30pm