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This afternoon I’ll be at Dark Delicacies at 3512 W. Magnolia Boulevard in Burbank, California for the last of the Southern California events for 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die. The book signing begins at 4 pm. I’ll also … Continue reading →
Just a reminder that I’ll be at the amazing Mysterious Galaxy bookstore at 5943 Balboa Avenue in San Diego at 7:30 pm tonight. I’ll be talk about some spooky cemeteries around the globe. Come tell me your favorite cemetery ghost … Continue reading →
Just a reminder that I’ll be at the legendary Ipso Facto at 517 N. Harbor Boulevard in Fullerton, California tonight at 5:30 pm to sign copies of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die. I’ll also have copies of Morbid Curiosity #10, Morbid Curiosity … Continue reading →
Just a reminder that I’ll be at Stories Books & Cafe at 1716 W. Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles tonight at 8 pm. I’ll read a little bit of 199 Cemeteries to See Before You Die and then we’ll talk … Continue reading →
Join me at Borderlands Books this Saturday at 6:30 for Phase 2 of the Lit Crawl. I’ll be reading with Sarah Gailey (River of Teeth), Sarah Kuhn (Heroine Complex), and Carter Scholz (a huge number of short stories) as part … Continue reading →