Reading.

Oct. 18th, 2004 12:37 pm
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There's that chill in the air again, that sharp wind through leafless trees that makes you pull your coat tighter. The days are growing shorter and the dead are closer every day.

It's almost time.

Come to my seventh annual Horror Fiction Reading on Saturday, October 30th.

I'll be reading a few of my short stories, including at least one brand new piece and something from my anthology, Counting from Ten. (I'll also have copies with me, if you'd like to buy one afterward.)

As always, the Reading will be at the Aurafice, an Internet coffee shop, on 616 East Pine Street, between Belmont and Boylston on Capitol Hill in Seattle, WA. It will be from 7:00pm until 8:30pm. (Early enough, I hope, for everyone to come to the reading and still be able to go out and enjoy the rest of your Halloween weekend.)

If you're not familiar with my fiction, please check out my personal website at: http://bloodletters.com/

If you're planning on being there, then please consider posting this link image in your LiveJournal, or to your website or weblog. I look forward to seeing you all. Thanks!

Here's the code for it:

<a href="http://www.bloodletters.com/"><img src="http://bloodletters.com/pub/montoure-oct2004.gif" border="0" width="300" height="300"></a>

Review.

Sep. 15th, 2004 10:22 am
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Many thanks to [livejournal.com profile] cithra, who had some nice things to say about my book, Counting from Ten. Glad you liked it.

Ordering.

Aug. 3rd, 2004 04:28 pm
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Well, Stone Pine Press still doesn't have an official distributor yet, but I do have some advance copies of my book, Counting from Ten and Other Stories, so I'm going to be selling them myself for now. For ordering information, check out the page I put together:

bloodletters.com/countingfromten/

Seriously.

Apr. 2nd, 2004 12:10 am
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.... there is a book. No, really.

Top marks to [livejournal.com profile] cirocco, who wrote:

I think the smart money is on this being a double-inverse-reverse prank. That is, the book has been in the works for a while, but you delayed posting about it until the 1st, knowing that you are a legendary trickster and would not be believed, only to actually produce the books at Norwescon. Ergo the real joke is that this is no joke. Am I right or am I right?


Dead-on. Either having known me for an appallingly long time has given her profound insights into my twisty little thought processes, or perhaps she's simply just as devious as I am to begin with. Your call.

[livejournal.com profile] kickaha also gets high marks for thinking to track down the publishing company listed on the cover graphic -- a new local small press that [livejournal.com profile] helix90 is involved with -- but he loses at least five points for somehow missing this page. Heh.

So, anyway, yeah. Object lesson here being, you can't trust anything I do on April Fool's Day; you can't even trust me to lie. Gotcha.

$14.95, trade paperback, 160 pages. Seriously, tell all your friends, won't you?

Published.

Apr. 1st, 2004 11:00 am
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Okay, I've been trying to keep this under wraps until I was sure it was going to happen, but today seems like a good day to make the announcement:

I have a book of short stories coming out very shortly. Here's the cover.

I should have copies available for purchase at Norwescon, and you'll be able to order it directly from the publisher on-line soon, as well. I'll post ordering information when I have it. Cover price is $14.95, trade paperback, 160 pages. Tell all your friends, won't you?

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