Signing stuff

So tonight’s signing was good. I got to hang out with John Brown and Dave Farland, two awesome guys and great writers.  I learned something about Dave tonight.  He was the creative writing instructor at BYU for a long time and has travelled the country teaching writing workshops, that I knew, but what I didn’t realize is that he’s taught something like 300 people who later went on to get published, and has had something like 40 students eventually end up on the NYT bestseller list.  That’s damn impressive.

Tomorrow night is Orem. Saturday is Layton 12-2 and West Jordan 3-5. 

The San Franciso trip is cancelled at the end of the month.

Nov 12th we’ll be at Mysterious Galaxy in San Diego.  Then I think we’ll be in Torrance on the 13th.  (will confirm).  The one in LA on Saturday the 14th has crapped out on us.

So do I have anyone on here who happens to live in the LA area, who works at a bookstore, or happens to really like their local place?  If so, post it here. We’re shaking the trees to find something else on short notice.

Someone is wrong on the internets!
The MHI 625 is done

9 thoughts on “Signing stuff”

  1. San Mateo & Half Moon Bay are NOT San Francisco guys.

    Not having a book signing in the Bay Area by Larry – talk about a buzz kill…

  2. Larry, Torrance is way close to Los Angeles, like 20 miles close. Folks in L.A. proper can easily pop over to Torrance. Well, not exactly ‘pop’ because traffic here sucks. Looking forward to having you sign our books!

  3. Larry,

    I enjoyed meeting you at the B&N in Orem. What a great surprise to have heard about your book so many times on Utah Concealed and then to walk into a bookstore and find you right there!

    I live out in Eagle Mountain and a friend of mine is opening a new, locally owned bookstore, and I think it would be awesome if you guys could work out a time to come out for a signing. How can I get her in touch with you or your distributors to make it happen?

    Thanks again,


    1. Chad, the easiest way to get ahold of me is to to just post on this blog. I’d love to go out ot Eagle Mountain.

      1. Larry,
        My friend Chad rocks! He was asking for our store’s sake and told me how to get a hold of you. I haven’t had a chance to read your book but from your site it sounds awesome and I can’t wait to read it!

        We are opening on the 9th of November and are wanting to find authors to come in all during that week to do signings. If that doesn’t work we can find a different time.

        Let me know what works. Thanks much!

        1. Jaclyn, that is the week that I’m in LA. I would be glad to do something with you after though. My e-mail is monsterhunter45 AT hotmail DOT com.

  4. Larry! You are an evil crack dealer and I hate you for it.

    Why could I not have picked up your book on Friday night instead of Saturday night when I would not have as much time to read it. (the wife really frowns on reading novels in church) And then I had to go to bed early to start the week.
    I have been stealing every minute I can to read but have only made it half way through.
    I dare not divert any more time to it, lest I not get enough sleep and crash the truck and blow a hole in the world.
    I hate how compelling of a story you have written and know that you have hooked me for life, you evil crack dealer you.

    I should have taken the fact that you offered up sample chapters for free as a warning. “The first one’s free kids.”
    I will say it again, you are a literary crack dealer and I hate you for getting me hooked.
    How long am I going to be jonesing after I finish this hit, till the next book is out?
    Now that I have ranted on this post, I must get back to that sweet paper printed high.

    Evil I tell you, EVIL!

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