Wanna win a signed copy of Folsom’s 93? Head on over to Goodreads and enter your info by the end of Sunday, August 7.
Check out my interview with Dan Zupansky of True Murder podcast where I discuss Folsom’s 93. You’ll hear that my brain cut out quite a bit and that my favorite words are “um” and “and.” Regardless, it was fun and it’s a great podcast if you like true crime.
I’m excited to announce that this Saturday, January 10th, I’ll be talking with George Yates of “Justice for All,” on WHKT out of Chesapeake, VA. Catch it at 2 p.m. EST/12 p.m. MST for the hour-long interview. If you can’t tune in, it’ll likely be posted online. I’ll be sure to update you when that happens. I’m thrilled to be a guest on his show and I’m looking forward to chatting about Folsom’s 93.
For those of you in the area (and needing to spend those B&N gift cards you get for Christmas) . . . I’ll be signing copies of Folsom’s 93 at Barnes & Noble at Centerra in Loveland, CO on January 4, 2014 from 12:00 p.m. to 6 p.m. Come by and chat with me—nothing’s worse than a lonely author sitting all by themselves at a table with no one to talk to. (My family can only take so much before they get bored and find something else to do). Hope to see you there!
I’m excited to announce I’ll be doing a presentation and signing at BookBar in Denver at 7:30 p.m. on NOVEMBER 16. Located at 4280 Tennyson St., BookBar, an independent bookseller that is also a wine bar. Books and wine? Yes, please! If you’re in the area, I hope you can stop by; I’d love to see you there.
Just wanted to pass along a link to Novel Rocket, where I discuss research, mug shots and vegan food.
I know this may not be as intriguing as The Royal Birth, but I’m feeling pretty jazzed about my northern California book tour that I’m halfway through with. Just so that you don’t feel left out of all of the excitement, here’s a recap so far:
July 20th signing at Folsom Prison Museum. This is the trapdoor that the 93 men stood on, seconds before their deaths. (Thanks for the pictures, Linda)!
(My best Johnny Cash pose–trying not to smile)
The following morning, I made my television debut on Good Day Sacramento with “Chicken Man.” (Felix Sloper, not Cody Stark, Good Day’s fabulous host)
WATCH HERE (and see if you can spot the basted bird that makes a surprise appearance).
On Monday, I had my first radio interview . . . a quick 3-4 minute chat with Kitty O’Neal on 1530 KFBK NewsTalk.
Like the TV interview, it went by in a blur.
I took some time out for some tree hugging . . .
This morning I had the amazing opportunity to talk with Beth Ruyak on “Insight,” on Capital Public Radio.
You can listen in HERE and hear the huge, awkward pause I make when my mind goes blank around the 10 minute mark.
Thanks for the great support!