Cover LoDo was not only well attended but also violence free. Jennie was here from Seattle to promote her newest book, When She Flew, an awesome novel about a Portland police officer torn between duty and compassion when she investigates an Iraq war vet and his daughter living in the woods.
Publishers Weekly says: "Examining people willing to sidestep the rules in pursuit of a greater good, Shortridge's fourth novel recalls Barbara Kingsolver's Pigs in Heaven..."
More weekend author hijinks included the Eclectic Mike in the Northglenn Borders, hosted by the talented Dave Jackson, seen here about to give his pipes a workout.
RudyG turned me onto this awesome blog, scifilatino.com, run by Sophia Flores.
The blog includes this great video of an attack by giant robots (how cool is that!) on the Uruguayan city of Montevideo. And you thought the aliens only had it in for us yanquis. Plus, this video was made for $300! Pixar, eat your heart out.
Last week Jeanne showed us some Brad Pitt eye candy. I know that women also have the hots for Benicio del Toro. In this trailer for The Wolfman he's not aways easy on the eyes, unless you love furry nasty critters.
And coincidentally, my fifth Felix Gomez comes out in March and it's vampires against lycanthropes. Bring Alpo.