There are many things that I look forward to over the next few months: The Dark Tower movie, the IT remake, Stranger Things season 2, and of course the release of the final book in my Rabbit in Red trilogy, Bury the Rabbit.
Good thing there's plenty to do between now and the Halloween release.
For starters, this weekend I'm hosting a special Rabbit in Red discussion at the Peoria Barnes & Noble. You're invited, whether you've read the book or haven't started it yet. It's Saturday, July 29 at 1:00 p.m.
Moreover, we're filming that day for a special Rabbit in Red documentary. We're making a short movie about what it's like to write a trilogy, the writing scene in central Illinois, and the international success of the book (basically, what did it take to get to this point). Join and share the event at this link.
See the teaser for the film here:
I'm looking for people to be featured on camera. Some of you will be interviewed about the book: what you like about it, what you look forward to in the final volume. Others will talk about horror, their own writing, or whatever is on their mind. Anything goes.
So, join me this Saturday!
Can't make it? Let me preview two upcoming events.
The next book club discussion for Rabbit in Red takes place Thursday, August 10 at 2:30 p.m. at Alpha Park Library.
BURY THE RABBIT PRE-RELEASE PARTY
The pre-release party for Bury the Rabbit-- where you can get a physical copy before it is released to the world-- is on Saturday, Sept 16 from 12-5 at Zeek's Comics & Games in Washington, IL. It's Zeek's 2nd anniversary, and I wanted to have something special for it. JOIN THE EVENT HERE!
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PRE-ORDER YOUR COPY!
You can now call your favorite local bookstore and pre-order a copy to make sure you get it by Halloween. I want to encourage you to support your local bookstores, please. Here's the Amazon pre-order link, too.