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On Thursday, May 28 I will be at Book Expo America to sign copies of The Cure. This is going to be a fun, fun day! Thousands of book sellers, book buyers, libraries, and book stores will be in attendance, and this will be a great opportunity to get the word out about my books.

Afterwards, I'll either be grabbing lunch with some of my HWA compatriots or cruising the floor and then heading home. Either way, it will be a wonderful day. Much better than the last time I did a BEA signing and only 1 small box of the books showed up from the publisher.

My allotted time is 11am to 1pm, at the Samhain Publishing booth in the Jacob Javits Center.


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