The fantastic thing about living in a reading city like Seattle is just how many authors stop by on their tours. It’s not just that Seattle is one of the top 20 cities on Amazon’s annual list of America’s most well-read cities, but it’s also a city that everyone, authors included, love to visit.
Last night we went to a book signing at Third Place Books for The World’s Strongest Librarian. We’d both read the eARC and loved it, so when the opportunity presented itself to see the author in person, we jumped at the chance. Josh Hanagarne was terrific, so if you’re in Seattle and are interested in either books, libraries, strength training or Tourette’s, there’s still a chance to see/hear him tomorrow at the Seattle Central Library.
Tomorrow night we’ll be at the University Book Store listening to John Scalzi talk about The Human Division. And even though we both read (and adored) a review copy, yes, we’ll buy a print copy and get it signed.
A- Review: The Human Division by John Scalzi
D+ Review: The Right Bride by Jennifer Ryan
B+ Review: The Roots of Betrayal by James Forrester
B Review: Wife in Name Only by Hayson Manning
B+ Review: The World’s Strongest Librarian by Josh Hanagarne
Q&A with Author Josh Hanagarne
Stacking the Shelves (45)
Review: The Perfume Collector by Kathleen Tessaro (blog tour)
Review: Chasing Mrs. Right by Katee Robert
Review: Lightning Rider by Jen Greyson (blog tour)
Review: Doctor Who: Festival of Death by Jonathan Morris (blog tour)
Review: Dark Triumph by Robin LaFevers
What’s coming up in your week?