Are You Free Tuesday?

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Remember to mark your calendars folks — next Tuesday is the shindig.

Here is a peek at just a few of the above average prizes that await you!


The Official Chinese Gucci Thank You Party

19th February 2019
5pm

Slate Street Cafe
Wine Loft
515 Slate Ave NW

Light Appetizers + Beer and Wine
Prize Pinata

The Official Chinese Gucci Thank You Party

You all helped make my first novel a truly rewarding experience for me, so -- if you’ll be anywhere near Albuquerque on February 19th, 2019 -- feel free to drop in to celebrate the release of Chinese Gucci.

Slate Street Cafe
Wine Loft
19 February 2019
5PM


Light Appetizers + Beer & Wine

 

(UPDATE)...And Then There Were None...

Don’t Stop…Get It. Get It…

Don’t Stop…Get It. Get It…

That’s it.

Just (update) zero Mini-Collage Bookmark Trade Paperbacks of Chinese Gucci remain.

These fifty signed, numbered editions come with an original, bookmark-sized mini-collage plus the free Leeches of Lore album download, and some other freebies. — plus an inscription (if you want one).

(UPDATE) they’re gone!

*note: I will offer standard trade paperback editions, often with a little something thrown in, and, as always, a free signature and/or inscription if you’d like via my store. Order HERE

GUCCI Goings-On at the HQ…

Mind Blown!

Mind Blown!

The HQ is buzzing because books are being packed up and will soon be sent out. The hardbacks need one final piece of design, then they too will be in the wind. Many thank yous to those who’ve bought special editions — you know you make me feel good, don’t cha? A paltry few copies of the mini-collage trade paperback remain, otherwise I’ll soon have standard editions available at the STORE, and you can find e-book editions at both Smashwords and Kindle, and print copies from the mega-giant you-know-where (who doesn’t need any extra help from me).

The Next Best Book Club put Chinese Gucci through the Page 69 Test, the results of which can be read HERE

Also, HYPERTEXT Magazine was nice enough to ask me “WHY DID YOU CHOOSE TO MAKE YOUR PROTAGONIST SO ABRASIVE?” — and you can read why HERE.