On January 10, the University Book Store in Seattle will be celebrating it’s 110th anniversary!
From noon to five, there will be a general celebration, with treats and sparkling cider for all and sundry. (The latter being those who go out the front door and come in the back door again. 🙂 )
From 1 to 3, I will be there, hoping to connect with readers and get more than my fair share of the cookies. I am told that other writers will attend. (But of course, I am the important one. Come to see me!)
Seriously, it looks like it will be a great gathering of Seattle writers of all stripes, not just fantasy and SF, with cookies and cider, and Duane. So what more could anyone ask?
I hope everyone who lives in the area will have a chance to stop by.
In other news, the new story collection of Lindholm and Hobb stories now has an official title: The Inheritance. And I’ve completely edited and proofed it except for the last Hobb story, which I need to start on right away. Once it’s done, I will blast it out to the editors on December 31.
And then start right away on the galleys for the US edition of Dragon Haven. A writer’s work is never done!