There is a very cool poster put out by the Douglas County Library system announcing our event tonight. Unfortunately, I couldn't get it to load so you'll have to take my word for it--Here are the details. I do believe we’ll have some fun!! And there will be food and prizes so guys and ghouls, come on down.
Fang You Very Much: Three Local Vampire Writers Go For The Neck
What: Douglas County Library Program
Who: Mario Acevedo, Lynda Hilburn, Jeanne Stein
Where: Highlands Ranch Library: 9292 Ridgeline Blvd. Highlands Ranch
When: October 29, 7 – 9 pm
For more details: www.douglascountylibraries.org/Locations/HighlandsRanchLibrary
Sad Note: Mystery writer Tony Hillerman passed away on Sunday. From Shelf Awareness this blurb: Tony Hillerman, a former newspaperman whose evocative mystery novels set among the Navajos of the Southwest took the American detective story in new directions and made him a best-selling author, died Sunday in Albuquerque, where he lived. He was 83.
The NYT obit
To my way of thinking, that now leaves Colorado’s own Margaret Coel to carry on the tradition.
What was Oprah’s favorite new gadget
for the year? Check it out here.
And from Mark Henry
—our favorite zombie author: It's come to my attention that Pushing Daisies, the most consistently entertaining, visually stunning and wholly magical show on television, in my not-so-humble opinion, has taken a tragic dip in the ratings. I'm mortified.
You should be, too.
Please be mortified. Enough to tune in. I'm begging here.
Me, too. Locally, it’s tonight at 7 PM on ABC.
FINALLY—brought the first chapter of book six (CHOSEN) to writers group last night. It’s good to be back in the game.