I’ll be reading, discussing and signing copies of Man of War this Thursday at Vroman’s Bookstore in Pasadena. Please join me!
I’ll be reading and signing copies of Man of War this Saturday at Book Warehouse in Gettysburg, PA. This is very exciting.
Here’s the address: 1863 Gettysburg Village Dr, Suite G920, 17325.
Reading starts at 2:00! I’ll be there until 5:00PM.
Here are some pix from my reading last night at Central Bar in NYC. I had a great time and the night felt a bit like an untelevised episode of “This is Your Life.” Friends from college and my early days in New York showed up. I hadn’t seen some of them in ten years. It was a very special night.
The mic cord wasn’t very long so I was tethered to the bar. Downside: couldn’t get too close to the crowd. Upside: my beer was within reach.
Rick Russell (left) and David Manthey (right) came all the way from Albany for the reading. I joined the two men on The Big Row (chapter 7). These guys live for adventure.
Fortunately fewer than 195 were in attendance.
Thanks to all who came out to the Burbank Library last night. I couldn’t have asked for a better first reading. Here’s a photo of me wearing a jacket that blends in nicely with the rear wall. I’ll add more photos as I get them.
I’ll be drinking, reading and signing (in that order) at Central Bar this Sunday, June 3rd, from 7-9pm. Central Bar is located at 109 East 9th Street between 3rd and 4th ave. Here’s a link to their website. Apparently there’s an ATM available downstairs. Please be respectful to their neighbors.
Join me for a reading at the Buena Vista Branch of the Burbank Public Library tomorrow night, May 30th from 7-8:30. More info here.
On Friday, June 8th, I will be reading from Man of War at the Lancaster, PA Barnes & Noble. Fun kicks off at 7:00 pm. More information can be found here. The question remains, do they serve Yuengling?
I’ll be reading at the Burbank Library’s Buena Vista branch on May 30th. Fun starts at 7:00 pm. Man of War will be available for sale. For more information click here. Huzzah.