Category Archives: Vanished
Hey there! I’ll be reading from VANISHED and LABRYINTH on Saturday August 21 from noon to 3 pm at the Redmond Public Library. It’s part of the Foolscap Summer Reading Series and I hope some of you can come. It’s … Continue reading
Actual books arrived in boxes today! Hurray! And yes, that photo was taken in the cockpit this afternoon.
It’s the first of July which means, time for new Greywalker computer wallpaper on in the website’s Gallery page (you can also find this link at the bottom of every page on the site–it’s hidden near the hand…). This time … Continue reading
Hello patient readers. Yesterday LABYRINTH got its first official review at Publishers Weekly. It’s a good solid review, but if you are a bit behind I warn you it has some spoilers and it’s not quite correct on one point: … Continue reading
In just a couple of hours I shall be standing in line at SeaTac’s security cordon, hoping I remembered to remove all the pointy things and squishy gel things from my bag so I can hop on a plane to … Continue reading
Still more of me babbling about Vanished. This time it’s my author’s note for the UK Edition which is now up at the Piatkus/Little Brown site.
So… John Pitts sent me a note to let me know that Vanished has an ad on the front page of Locus Magazine’s site! W00t! My publisher has made me very, very happy and so has John! *smoochies* (note that … Continue reading
Had a very good first reading for Vanished tonight at University Book Store. Very delightful and was made fun of by Duane in best Duane style. It was like looking out at my living room full of friends–such a lovely … Continue reading
First official signing of Vanished is tonight at University Bookstore in Seattle. Although I signed quite a few at Comic Con and a couple at PNWA. And I need to put some in the mail for a few people… still… … Continue reading
In spite of my lack of voice and constant cough, PNWA went really well; the conference crew were great, I met a couple of amazing people, and Team Seattle was fantastic–they made me look so good and all I did … Continue reading
Thanks to the fabulous Zita H and the ever-busy Harriet K, there are now reviews of Vanished in the world: Read Zita’s review Read Harriet’s review