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Heading to Atlanta in a few hours for the World Horror Convention and Bram Stoker Awards weekend. This is going to be an action-packed con for me. I'm moderating 3 panels (The Importance of Beta Readers, Horror and the Headlines, and YA Literacy), co-presenting the award for Superior YA Novel with the great Christopher Golden, and doing two book signings. In between, it's lunch with my editor, Don D'Auria, hanging with friends, and maybe hitting the jacuzzi. I'm also launching 2 books at the event, The Cure and Winterwood.


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