WRITERS AND READERS

WHEN WARPED MINDS MEET

 

One of the things I love best about the writing biz is the ‘author appearance’.  Whether it’s a book signing, a lecture, a panel discussion, or a reading, I love either being in the crowd to meet one of my favorite authors or being the author sitting there at the table.

 

This weekend I’m going to get a chance to do a little of both.

 

Tonight my good buddy Jon McGoran will be signing books at the Doylestown Bookshop (Doylestown Bookshop; www.doylestownbookshop.com; 16 S Main St; Doylestown, PA 18901; 215/230-7610 ).  Jon writes terrific forensics mysteries under the pen name of D. H. Dublin.  His first book, BLOOD POISON, introduced rookie forensic investigator Madison Cross and it was one of these debut books that make it clear to anyone that this guy is going to have a real career: long, varied and interesting.  His second book, BODY TRACE, just confirms what the rest of knew all along.  It’s just as good and maybe even a little bit better.  Come on up to Doylestown and meet this guy.

 

Then tomorrow I’ll be doing a reading and signing at Between Books; 2703 Philadelphia Pike; Claymont, DE 19703; www.betweenbooks.com; 302/798-3378.  This is one of the best genre bookstores in the country.  I always have a good time at the store.  Aside from a great place for an author to meet readers it’s always my favorite place to shop for horror and SF, though like all good independent stores it carries just about everything of all genres.

 

The real jazz in these events, whether I’m there as reader or author is that everyone there has a shared love of books.  Books of all kinds, and nowhere is that more clearly celebrated than at independent bookstores.  The staff KNOW books and the LOVE books.  You can talk books all day long.

 

Come on out and join us!

  

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