Friday, July 13, 2007

The Fine Art Of Titling A Blog Entry...

will not be demonstrated this time. Frankly, this hardly counts as an entry. It's more like a business report.

First off, there's a new entry in my upcoming appearances. I'll be visiting The Flying Pig Bookstore in Shelburne, Vt. on Thursday, Aug. 2. I'm very excited about this, since it will be the official debut of the dead & the gone. I'm planning to read a selection from it. I'm pretty sure I know which one too. There's a food giveaway scene in Life As We Knew It and there's one in the dead & the gone and they make a nice compare and contrast. So that's what I'm leaning towards.

I'm also very excited because the owners of The Flying Pig Bookstore seem incredibly nice. LAWKI has been supported by the independent bookstore owners throughout America, and I am very grateful to them. Also Vermont in August sounds real nice to me.

The second, and final, bit of business is about the audio books of LAWKI I offered to all of you. One's been sent off, one is waiting for the person to e-mail me a name and address (you know who you are, which is more than I do) and one remains on my kitchen counter.

Don't be shy. I have a lot of them. I'm low on mailing envelopes, but I can always buy more.

See. Brief, concise, and businesslike.

That'll never happen again.


Reading Fool said...

Just wanted you to know that I'd have jumped at this offer, but we already own the audio version of LAWKI. (And it's checked out right now, I might add.)

Navah said...

See what happens when I get to the game late? I miss out on all the fun.

Is there still an audiobook available for the taking? Since the moment I read it, LAWKI has been in my top three of books I wanted as audiobooks.

Susan Beth Pfeffer said...

For Navah and anyone else who is interested-

Yes, there are still audio books available.

Use my Lycos e-mail address and send me yours and the next time I go to the post office I'll be happy to send one.