The Turn Tour 2017

tthccoverDid you know this Halloween will be the 50th anniversary of the Turn? That is, if genetically altered tomatoes had actually carried a deadly virus that wiped out a quarter of the world’s population. We went to the moon instead. Probably a good choice.

I won’t be celebrating this momentous occasion apart from perhaps a quiet salute with a hot cup of cider, but I will be getting out this February to mark the publication of the Turn, where I finally tell you all about it. (There is a small bit in the Hollows Insider, but as they say, the winners of a war write the history, and you’ll find a few, ah, incongruities.)

It’s a short tour, but I’m getting back to the West Coast after what seems like a very long time. I hope to see some of you readers out there as I’ll be signing not just the new book, but The Drafter series as well. The Operator comes out just a few months before it, so I’m hopeful that the stores still have them on the shelf.
theoperatorIf I missed your city, you can always get a signed/personalized book through Nicola’s. Orders for The Turn placed by Jan 23 will ship the week of Feb 7th. Also, Nicola’s is the ONLY  place you will get a signed/personalized hard cover of The Operator, (out November 22.) It is a mass market, but I whined, and I got a few bound up in hard cover for the library trade and you diehards. Talk about exclusive. I do believe there will be fewer than that hardcover run of  Fistful of Charms.

Order from Nicola’s

Monday February 6 – Nicola’s, Ann Arbor, MI – 7 PM

Tuesday February 7—University Book Store, Seattle, WA —7 PM

Wednesday February 8 –Powell’s Books (Cedar Hills location), Portland, OR –7 PM

Thursday February 9 –Mysterious Galaxy, San Diego, CA –7 PM

Friday February 10—Barnes & Noble, Sacramento, CA – 7 PM

Saturday February 11 – Joseph-Beth, Cincinnati, OH – 7 PM

For more information, click to the Event’s Page

Also, I’ve begun to harvest my pumpkins, which means there will be another chance to enter to be in the running for a Turn ARC. More on that later.


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7 responses to “The Turn Tour 2017

  1. Kim, I am looking forward to the release and I think I will see you in San Diego! I took a friend to the VA Hospital the other day and found pristine copies of “Every Which Way But Dead”and “The Good The Bad, And The Undead.” If I hadn’t taken him to that 3rd Floor appt., I would not have found them. I love very a good reread!

  2. Vampyre

    Glad to see you touring again. Sad nothing’s close enough for me this time. Cincinnati is the closest and that’s almost 11 hours just one way. Oh well, maybe next time.

  3. Gerry

    Wouldn’t a Bloody Mary be more to the point for celebrating the semi-centennial of the Turn? 😛

  4. Diane S

    Oh Kim, you are gonna be in San Diego again. woohoo. Are you going to sell tour shirts for the turn?

  5. Scott Payne

    I’m glad your coming to Michigan just wish you would come further north to some of the book stores in the tricities.

  6. Oh thank you! Cincinnati, here I come! What a great Valentine’s present to the readers.

    By the way, my little family went to a local comic-con (Tri-Con) last weekend. While perusing the vendors I spotted a double helix necklace in gold or silver tone. You bet I bought one! 🙂 Oh, the kids took 2nd place together in the costume contest–Luke (disguised as a stormtrooper) and Leia from the ending of A New Hope. We had a blast!

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