Ban the Branches – Boo, Chevy Chase Bank

So, yesterday, I did a reading of SORCERY for a group of law librarians in DC.  I had bought some copies of the novel to sell at the reading (since I’ve been utterly unable to get a single bookstore in town to be interested in sponsoring a reading.)  I decided that, in the interest of being a good librarian and easy-going author, that I should  have change for the people who bothered to attend and cared to buy a copy of the...

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Library Magazine Interview

I was interviewed by the Twinsburg (Ohio) Public Library about SORCERY AND THE SINGLE GIRL, being an author, etc.  The interview is in their monthly magazine: http://www.twinsburglibrary.org/magazine/November_2007.pdf The Library seems to do a lot of outreach activities, and they’ve actively built an online presence.  If you’ve got some time, swing by to check out their website – and to see the sorts of things that...

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My So-Called Words of Wisdom

A few weeks ago, I noted that I was going to take a Virtual Tour, in support of the release of SORCERY AND THE SINGLE GIRL.  That Tour launched yesterday.  In addition to the SFNovelists questions which were spread far and wide and hither and yon by my writers group friends, including anghara and halspacejock – and which you can read here: ...

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Book Birthday!

It’s that time of year again – another autumn, another Klasky book hitting the market!  This time, it’s SORCERY AND THE SINGLE GIRL, the second Jane Madison book, officially released today, September 25.    According to my publisher, there is a shadow of a hint of a possibility of a chance that this book can make an extended national bestseller list if enough people buy it early in its release.  Therefore,...

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Harriet Has Spoken

As virtually all of you know, Harriet Klausner is a book reviewer.   She reviews hundreds of books a year.  She likes everything she reviews, and she loves many of those books.  Over the years, two things have happened with Harriet reviews:  they’ve become more and more incoherent (presumably as she’s typing too fast to correct herself, given the thousands of pages she must read each day), and they’ve...

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