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Signing at the Seattle Mystery Bookshop, Seattle!

Today, Saturday, 9 May, I’ll be at the lovely little Seattle Mystery Bookshop at noon, for a Walking Dead signing. It’s a great little store, and the events here – at least my events here – tend to be very casual affairs. If you’re in the area on this blessedly not-raining day, please stop by!

7 Responses to Signing at the Seattle Mystery Bookshop, Seattle!

  1. jeditigger

    Again I do the pouty face.

    I know, I know, talk to your publisher about you coming east.

    Much good luck on the novel. You’re such a bloody good writer AND a nice guy to boot.

  2. grocible

    No rain – beautiful sunshine in fact! See you there!

  3. lithera

    I will be there!

    I’m looking at potential houses this morning, so I might be a bit late.

  4. mercuryeric

    Hope it went well; sorry we missed you on the return swing.

    -E

  5. stealthbunny

    Ah HA! You sent your rain HERE!

  6. pullthestars

    Hey, this is Kris, ‘s roommate. It was great meeting you in Seattle (again), and I so far have made it through Keeper and A Fistful of Rain.

    Both of which I loved, and I am looking forward to getting the rest of the Atticus books. And maybe everything else!

    Thanks :)

  7. cjeffries

    Thank you

    Greg – I wanted to send a heartfelt thank you for your kindness and generosity in the SMB during your signing. Though I’m sure my embarrassing behavior was memorable, in case you don’t recall, I was the redhead that after shaking your hand, all but jumped up and down like a 12-year old girl at a Jonas Brother’s concert. Your kind gesture was obviously unexpected and unnecessary, and I must say was a total delight. Not that I needed any additional reason to be a fan of yours – but if possible, your actions made me a bigger one.

    I’m not sure if you make it back down to the Bay Area often on non-business related trips, and I’m not sure if you’re a sports fan of any kind, but I do work for one of the professional sports teams down here – and it would be my pleasure to return the kindness to you and your family and treat you to a game (if appropriate – I realize and respect that you may not want or are unable to accept a gift like that).

    One last thing – in all of my excitement, I honestly cannot remember if I told you how much I enjoy your writing. While I’m certain you probably assumed I liked your stories and characters because of my conduct, I did want to be sure to send a real compliment. Atticus and Alena are fabulous, my heart broke when Natalie was killed, Bridie is the kickass, viciously loyal friend we all look for (or strive to be), and I hope we get to hear the rest of Erica’s story someday.

    Thank you again for great writing, entertaining stories, and for being a truly stand-up and accessible author. Best wishes.

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