The Tour T’s are in! This year, they are based on a petroglyph that Guy and I “found” at the ancient village in the Petrified Forest while researching the book. It struck me enough that it figured into the story itself. (Seriously, how could a bird eating a man not get a writer’s imagination going?)
So here it is, available until February 14th, 2011. Cut off for orders will be that day.
Wearing one to a signing gets you into a “family photo” at the bookstore and bragging rights. We only make these available until the tour, and then they are gone, which makes them extremely limited. And they are pretty cool conversation starters at the office, too. The dates listed are not necessarily accurate in this picture, so do check out the event’s page to see if I’m coming near you.
We like to make the shirts available for the holiday gift giving season, but we can’t guarantee Christmas delivery. (If you PayPal before the 15th, chances are really good.) Guy worked hard to bring the price down from last year despite rising shipping costs. We’ve tried to make it simple, and all prices include shipping. (Priority mail shipping in US and Canada.) Here’s the details:
Unisex size. (I wear a med to large)
Size USA and Canada All other International
SM-XLG $19.20 $24.41
2XL $21.20 $26.41
3XL $23.20 $28.41
4XL $25.20 $30.41
5XL $27.20 $32.41
Sorry, no discounts on multiple shirt purchases since they will be going out in individual packages. (Trust me, it’s cheaper this way. Weird but true.) These are printed upon your order, so please allow for extra time at the printers. So, to order your Pale Demon Tour T . . . THREE THINGS WE MUST HAVE.
1: PayPal the correct amount to Guy at email@example.com.
2: Tell him the sizes you want in the notes area at PayPal. PLEASE!!! I’m begging you to not forget this. If you do not tell us, you will get whatever size Guy thinks you are. (And he’s not good at guessing.)
3: Make sure your name and address are correct at PayPal. We can’t be responsible for misdirected mail. If you’re using your brother’s PayPal, keep this in mind.
4: Any questions at all, email Guy, and be sure to include in your correspondence your PayPal email. I don’t want to listen to him complain about John Smith having one name for his address, going by ThunderGod on his regular email, and TwoCute for his PayPal. It makes for a very stressful day trying to match them up.
5: You can snail mail monies in as well, but I suggest you don’t wait until last minute, especially if you want it for Christmas:
There it is! If you have any questions, email Guy at firstname.lastname@example.org.