On August 2nd I’ll be at the Seattle Mystery Bookshop from noon until I’m done to sign copies of BRAVO and anything else folks might happen to want signed.
IF YOU WANT A COPY OF BRAVO and you cannot make it to the signing, for reasons of, say, oh, I dunno, geography, we can help you out!
The staff at Seattle Mystery are awesome. If you call or email (firstname.lastname@example.org), they will be more than happy to not only sell you a copy of my new, and frankly, very dashing and handsome-looking-on-a-bookshelf novel, they will make certain it is personalized as per your request.
You cannot ask for a better store to support, or better folks to rely upon here, people. Seriously.
And if you’re in the Seattle area, please swing by. It’s a lovely store, and they make me sit in a great big Nero Wolfe chair and I bring all my fountain pens and JB teases me about how I need to write another Kodiak novel and how much he misses Bridgett.
Worth the price of admission alone (and admission is free, so… you get it, right?).
I got to read this one in various stages of development. It’s a well-oiled, precision instrument of mayhem. If you’re in the neighborhood, you should stop by and get a copy.
Could Use A Bit of Help!
I am looking for the Tumblrs of established, known comic book WRITERS, and in this case, I only need those of print comics (will do a separate one for webcomics, to make it easily accessible to those who are interested in that particular discipline).
This is for comicssurvivalkit.tumblr.com, and I want to be able to do a post listing the known Tumblrs of comics writers people might want to follow. Thanks!
Here’s mine, Gail. http://erictrautmann.tumblr.com/
RIP James Garner. I was a huge fan of The Rockford Files and Maverick; I really enjoyed his turn as Philip Marlowe, though the show wasn’t the best. And no one could deliver a look that said “You have GOT to be either kidding or fatally stupid” better than Garner.
Inside the D-Wave Two quantum computer housed at the NASA Advanced Supercomputing (NAS) facility. A dilution refrigerator cools the 512-qubit Vesuvius processor to 20 millikelvin (near absolute zero) — more than 100 times colder than interstellar space.
Credit: NASA Ames / John Hardman
Source: What will NASA be doing with its new quantum computer? (io9.com)
I love how the most advanced computers now look like something Doc Brown cooked up back in 1955.
As a special promotion leading up to the release of BRAVO on the 22nd of July, you can now get the first Bell novel, ALPHA for the low low low price of $1.99 from a variety of online retailers.
Please note, this is for the ebook edition of ALPHA only.
Hope you dig it!
Sweet deal on a killer thriller novel. Go forth.
Stumptown, “The Case of the King of Clubs,” part 2.
Publisher: ONI PRESS INC. (W) Greg Rucka (A/CA) Justin Greenwood
After discovering her dear friend Mercury beaten to within an inch of his life, Dex is determined to find the culprit at any cost. But when her path again crosses with Seattle-based investigator C.K. Banes, will Dex have an ally or yet another obstacle? Greg Rucka’s fan-favorite detective is back in the second issue of her new ongoing series with artist Justin Greenwood (Image Comics’ THE FUSE)!
Pre-order! Here’s the Diamond solicit info. Or, better yet, you can go to your LCS and tell them you’d like to pre-order the issue!
Diamond Catalogue code: AUG141577
WANT MOHR STUMPTOWN YES