Dead Soon Enough

dead soon enoughAs you probably know if you’re already here, I wrote another book! Dead Soon Enough is the third installment in my Juniper Song series, and it deals with pregnancy surrogacy and the Armenian genocide. It got a starred, boxed review in Publishers Weekly––my first starred review, which I expect will result in runaway success and enormous wealth.

The book drops less than a week from now, on August 11, and I will be doing events in Los Angeles, San Diego, Orange, San Francisco, New York, and Phoenix. If you live in any of those towns, please come say hi! If not, I’m sure you can find a reasonable flight!

DEAD SOON ENOUGH BOOK TOUR AND OTHER EVENTS:

August 12, 7:30PM

Skylight Books

This is my launch event! I’ll be in conversation with the wonderful novelist Jim Ruland, author of Forest of Fortune. There will be snacks and booze and probably some kind of afterparty.

1818 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA

August 13, 7:00PM

Vroman’s Bookstore

Panel with novelists Jenny Milchman, Connie di Marco, Naomi Hirahara, and Kristen Kittscher, on killing people for a living.

695 East Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, CA

August 16, 2:00PM

Mysterious Galaxy

The talented Lisa Brackmann was kind enough to let me glom onto her book launch for Dragon Day. Lisa and I will be reading from our new books. There will be beer.

5943 Balboa Avenue, Suite 100, San Diego, CA

August 20, 7:00PM

Book Carnival

Joint event with Lisa Brackmann, author of Dragon Day.

348 South Tustin Street, Orange, CA

August 24, 7:30PM

Green Apple Books

In conversation with novelist Joshua Mohr, author of All This Life.

506 Clement Street, San Francisco, CA

September 13, 7:00PM

KGB Bar

Joint event with novelist Ed Lin, author of Ghost Month.

85 East 4th Street, New York, NY

September 17, 7:00PM

Chevalier’s

Joint event with Lisa Brackmann, author of Dragon Day, and Elizabeth Little, author of Dear Daughter.

126 North Larchmont Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA

October 4, 2:00PM

Poisoned Pen

4014 North Goldwater Boulevard, Suite 101, Scottsdale, AZ

October 8-11

Bouchercon

I registered too late to get on a panel, but I will see you there.

Raleigh, NC

October 12, 7:00PM

Vroman’s Bookstore

I will be interviewing Sarah Weinman, news editor for Publishers Marketplace, about her new editorial project WOMEN CRIME WRITERS: Eight Suspense Novels of the 1940s & 50s, published by The Library of America.

695 East Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, CA

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