the ILoH’s European Spread the HATE Tour: 2016 (schedule)

(Ok that name is entirely made up by me and is NOT in any way actually official.- Jack)
The ILoH asked me to repost his schedule, so here it is. No idea how his connectivity will be and let’s face it, he’ll probably be playing tourist with the lovely Mrs Correia so he will probably be slow to respond until he gets back.

from the official site: http://www.baen.com/pressrelease-larrycorreiatour

  • 13:00 (1:00 PM) on 9 April, 2016 Forbidden Planet flagship megastore at 179 Shaftesbury Avenue (London, England)
  • 16:30 (4:30 PM) on Wednesday, 13 April, 2016 Librairie L’Atalante (Nantes, France)
  • 1600-1900 hours (4:00-7:00 PM) on Wednesday, 20 April, 2016 United States Air Force Air Base (Ramstein, Germany)
  • Correia then wraps up his tour with two signings in Prague on Friday, 22 April, from 4:00-5:00pm at the Luxor Book Palace on Wenceslas Square followed with a signing from 6:00-6:30pm at Knihkupectví Fantasya.

For more information email info@baen.com, call 1-800-488-2236, or check out http://www.baen.com/calendar

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21 thoughts on “the ILoH’s European Spread the HATE Tour: 2016 (schedule)”

  1. Toni’s just being cruel and making another failed writer do the International Walk of Shame Book Tour.

  2. The Amazon description of
    Monster Hunter Memoirs: Sinners
    Contains spoilers of Grunge.

  3. I think it’s a great name for a book tour!

    Needs t-shirts, though. Maybe the Czech cover to Hard Magic featuring Jake with a mini-gun as the base….

  4. Gee, maybe the ILoH could find his way up to Ontario Canada sometime. Not this week, clearly. 🙂

    1. Mencius Moldbug is like an electric bug zapper … the SJWs just can’t not attack him, being one of the founders of the Alt-Right.

      And by doing so, they made it clear they care nothing about programming, when they tried to brownshrt the top urbit guy on the planet.

  5. But what we’re dying to know is . . . did you get a chance to visit the offices of The Guardian? 😉

    (Damien is actually based out of Thailand, last I heard, but still)

      1. Damien is too busy in his career as a ladyboy to write his book? Nothing funny about that, it’s just a lifestyle choice. You should be ashamed of yourself. 😉

        1. I am…deeply, sincerely and persistently ashamed that I ever spent more than 1 second considering the opinion of this pederast pajama boy

          1. Errr . . . this Damien is not my favourite person, but suggesting that the guy is a child molester? Not cool.

          2. You…are familiar with the reason most Westerners who aren’t backpackers, businessmen, or missionaries go to Thailand, right?

          3. Temples. Culture. History. What other possible reason could there be? -sigh- Btw, I am assured that the story if a chap takes his wife with him on holiday to Thailand he’s charged corkage on arrival is purely a myth . . .

          4. Add one other innocuous reason to that list: retirement. Thailand has pretty easy-to-get retirement visas, and many retirees appear to like tropical climates.

            But anyone who isn’t a backpacker, businessman, missionary or retiree… yeah, there’s a lot of people for whom you’re not wrong about their motives.

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