Borderlands in San Francisco has been one of my favorite bookstores for a long time, and it was wonderful to get back to them this year. Actually, I think it was one of the first that my publisher sent me to, and it’s great to see how much we’ve both changed in a positive way. When we first met, Borderlands was trying to get the property next to them to open up a cafe, and this year, I got to speak in it! (If I had been thinking, I would have taken a better photo showing you how nice it is!)
The crowd was a nice size, monopolizing a good part of the new cafe, and the sound system was excellent, so no worries about not hearing the Q&A.
Also, if you remember a few weeks ago I sent out a call for all you artists who wanted to get your Hollows art out through the SUVUDO cage match. Well, the matches are being played out, and for the next couple of days, Rachel is battling Eskiath from Richard Morgan’s THE COLD COMMANDS. There’s a fan fiction sort of breakdown of how it is expected to go as well, which is very cool. Go vote for your favorite. The longer Rachel survives, the more of these we can enjoy. 🙂 Vote for your favorite! If she survives this one, she’s going to be up against Jonathan Strange or Stony Mayhall.
Also, if you can’t make it to a signing and you want a personalized book, you have a few days left to get one from The Signed Page. Patricia Briggs will be personalizing hers as well. You can get to both our forms from the same link above.
And one last thing because I’m not sure when I will have good internet again, if you have not signed up for the live streaming event in Seattle with Patricia Briggs, do so now. The longer you wait, the harder it is going to be to get that connection. RSVP and Get your computers talking now!