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Ripping yarn

Nicholas DiGiovanni, my stablemate at Black Angel Press, will be busting out all over, doing readings for his debut novel, Rip. You should go. It’s a great book, and you’ll have a good time.

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Mark your calendars

Looks like I’ll be hanging out my shingle at this year’s Collingswood Book Festival, set for October 4 in the South Jersey burg of Collingswood, near Camden and Cherry Hill. Not only have I heard many great things about the festival, but this will be my chance to check out Collingswood, which has been described to me as a very fun and interesting town.

I realize that October is still a ways off, but it’s never too early to start lining up your fall calendar. These things have a way of creeping up on you, you know. I’ll be selling and signing copies of The Last Three Miles: Politics, Murder, and the Construction of America’s First Superhighway, so drop on by if you want to get some early Christmas shopping done, or if you just want to say howdy.    

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