Where I had been and what I will have had happen.

Let’s see. I went to Bellingham and that was fun. I got to meet superfan Teecer, who was extremely sweet and had all my books, and superhero Jen, who was awesome (Thanks for the review, Jen!). Lots of people came to the book signing, a homeless man won my box of Kleenex, and someone in the audience asked if I ever thought about being a performer, which made my friend from college sitting in the back laugh his ass off. Continue reading

Lots of Seven People!

Thanks again to all these pretty people who came out to the downtown Borders in Washington, DC this past weekend. Thanks to the fantastic people who worked the store (special thanks to Annika, who I think we might have turned into a derby girl), Morgan Davidson for her tireless efforts at getting me in that store in the first place, and the kickass skaters from DC Rollergirls who came out to represent and promote.

I was in rare dork form, you guys. The podium was so tall I had to alternate between tip-toes and attempting to awkwardly lounge atop a table. This prompted the question: “Do you need a step stool?”

Man, I can never be cool!

I read for a while, shared a story from Little Pam’s past, gave out some presents, answered some questions and someone had me sign her iPhone case like I’m Jay-Z or something. Two hours of awesome fun.

This Saturday, you can find me in Bellingham, WA. Details here. Excitement! Please come! This one will be even more derby-tastic.

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People in the Washington DC area: Please Come See Me.

Friday, June 18th, 6:30pm
Washington, D.C. – 18th & L St – Borders
1801 K Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

I have a feeling there’s going to be about six people there and I’m going to feel guilty and end up taking everybody to dinner. I do know that there will be members of the DC Rollergirls in attendance. (That means possible pantsless ladies!) They’ve got a bout on the 20th to promote: the DC All-Stars vs. Kansas City Roller Warriors. Continue reading