Online & up and down the Coast
We’ve had some absolutely fantabulous entries into the Russellscape project this week, you can see them at the bottom of the home page, here, where you’ll also find a link to the instructions for doing one of your own—come on, get those pencils/paints/scissors-and-glue going!
We’ve also had an amazing, gorgeous Illustrated MyStory that we’ll post in the next week for your enjoyment and inspiration.
Next week—Seattle! On Monday, I’ll be reading from The God of the Hive at the Seattle Public Library (5009 Roosevelt Way NE)—join me at 6:30, and meet the new book. Then I turn around and head for the other end of the Left Coast. First, on Wednsday, it’s a sparkling event with Rhys Bowen and Hannah Dennison at the Santa Monica Library: “Murder Most British,” at 7:30.
Then beginning Thursday, it’s Left Coast Crime time in Los Angeles. If you haven’t signed up, or if you can only come one day of the conference, you can get a day pass here. Come hear me talk Holmes with Les Klinger, Jan Burke, Mike Connelly, and Lee Child. Wow.
And for those of you stuck at the farther reaches of the world, maybe it would help if you could hear me over the ether-waves? If so, here’s a couple snippets from my visit to SF in SF (Sci Fi in San Francisco) first, reading from Califia’s Daughters, and then a short interview with my buddy Rick Kleffel.