Due to a slight situation with the closing of Mysterious Galaxy’s store in Redondo Beach, we’ve had to shuffle things around a tad, which means the LA event will now be at Barnes and Noble Torrance, and there’ll be an extra event at Mysterious Galaxy San Diego for those who aren’t making the Comic Con. The full schedule:
Wednesday, July 23 – SEATTLE, WA
4326 University Way NE
Seattle, WA 98105
July 24 – July 27 – SAN DIEGO, CA
Panel and signing times to come
Sunday, July 27 – SAN DIEGO, CA
7051 Clairemont Mesa Blvd
San Diego, CA 92111
Monday, July 28 – SAN FRANCISCO, CA
866 Valencia St.
San Francisco, CA 94110
Tuesday, July 29 – TORRANCE, CA
Barnes & Noble
21500 Hawthorne Blvd
Torrance, CA 90503
Wednesday, July 30 – SANTA FE, NM
Jean Cocteau Cinema
418 Montezuma Ave
Santa Fe, NM 87501
*event with George Martin and Cherie Priest
Details on the Comic Con as I get them…
6 comments so far
Thanks for the notification. I’d have been pissed to rock up to a closed book shop in Redondo Beach 🙂
Hopefully you’ll make a swing through Minneapolis, MN for an upcoming book! (might want to avoid it during the winter though)
Hell yeah. Mysterious Galaxy. See you in San Diego. Dude, I’m so stoked.
East coast visits or death!
Generally speaking, how long do your book signings last? I ask because I live a few hours from San Francisco, and it appears that is as close to me as you will be getting. So I was wondering how many hours to request off work.
As a disclaimer, I will use no response from you as an excuse to take the whole day off, so feel free to give no answer.
I’ll be in Detroit in January, and may well venture further east if I can…
Typically I’ll talk for 5 minutes, read for 10 minutes, take questions for maybe 45, then sign for whoever’s there, and that really depends on attendance. Recent UK events I’ve been signing for 30mins to an hour. So I very much doubt you’re looking at longer than 2 hours, but often it depends more on the shop, who have to hire people to work and keep the doors open, so they sometimes want to hurry things along. Haven’t done US bookshop events before, so I’ve no idea how many people to expect…