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The Kindle guts: I expected more magical & sparkly things.
The Kindle guts: I expected more magical & sparkly things.

I’m off this weekend to Thrillerfest in New York City, where I will be on such dignified panels as WILL YOU SIGN MY BRA?: Funny book tour stories and IS THAT TRUE?: When to lie and when to research.  Plus I will be hanging out with my friends, doing the amazing and secret things writers do.  For example, we just might open up a Kindle to see what kind of insanity goes on inside. 

In the meantime, check out this nice review in The Washington Post, and keep buying copies of The Devil’s Company (now on sale!).  Spread the word to your hard-living, hard-reading friends.  If I had one subliminal message to impart to you it would be: buy this book.  Seriously.  Buy it. 

I may try to do some crazy, crazy live blogging this weekend.  If not, I’ll be back with exciting updates next week.  In the meantime, if any emergencies come up, please contact one of the real superheroes at the World Superhero Registry.

2 Responses to “”

  1. Andy says:

    I finished The Devil’s Company last night. Let me say, I enjoyed it. It is a historical novel par excellence. Benjamin Weaver is a protagonist par excellence. And this post is a user of the phrase par excellence par excellence.

  2. Jennifer Hargis says:

    I feel like I live in a better world just knowing that Slapjack and his pink slippers are in it with me.

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