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On The Road Again…

Hey Folks!

Just a quick note on a couple of things.

I’ll be hitting the road again tomorrow, stopping first at the Texas Library Association Meeting in Houston, Texas. So if you’re one of my Texas Librarian friends, please come by one of my signings at the show. I’ll be there on April 2, from 9-10 am at the Penguin Booth #1405 autographing copies of THE YOUNGEST TEMPLAR: Keeper of the Grail. From 10-10:30am, I’ll be at the Walker Booth #1907 signing copies of TEXAS RANGERS: Legendary Lawmen along with illustrator Roxie Munro! So come on by.

On Friday I’ll be headed to the Big D for a signing at the “Dreamin’ in Dallas” event sponsored by the Dallas RWA chapter and then on Saturday at Legacy Books in Plano for more merriment. Check out my events page for all the details. The Informant

Also, as all of you know, I’m a big fan of comics and graphic novels and I’ve discovered a great new comics blog. I urge you to check it out. You might even find a few reviews there by yours truly, under my secret identity of course.

We’ve also sold rights to The Youngest Templar to France and we have offers coming in from several more territories. That’s always exciting!

And in the biggest news, we’ve just completed a deal on a new novel with Penguin called THE RAVEN’S SHADOW. I don’t want to give away too much but let’s just say it’s a paranormal historical adventure story featuring three teenagers in 1825 Washington DC. Their names are Charlie, Ed and Abraham. You might know them better as Charles Darwin, Edgar Allan Poe and Abraham Lincoln. In the nation’s capital to witness the Inauguration of President John Quincy Adams, the three discover a mysterious count from Transylvania has arrived on the shores of America. And he is determined to bring the young country to its knees.

That’s all I’m sayin’

Your authorness.

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