The November 2009 newsletter is out, kicking off the three months and sixteen days to publication day of A Night Too Dark.
Congratulations to Donus D. Roberts of Watertown, South Dakota, whose name fell out of the hopper to win the first of four free advance reading copies.
Donus, it’s in the mail!
The first of four preview excerpts is posted here. Click to read.
The Poisoned Pen Bookstore is throwing a launch party in Scottsdale on the day. Go here to join the Danamaniacs on Facebook so you can participate in their full-scale invasion of the event. Go here to reserve your copy of A Night Too Dark, because last year we ran out of books and ain’t nobody happy when that happens.
What one line would you use to describe the Kate Shugak television series if you were alone in an elevator with a Hollywood producer?
That’s the kind of conversation I’m having these days, but that was also an invitation. What would you say to that producer? Post your answer to the Comments at the bottom of this page. If you come up with something we can use (“There are a thousand ways to kill in Alaska, and Kate Shugak knows them all”) you’ll get, I don’t know, maybe a Friends of Mutt mug? And, of course, eternal glory.
If somehow you missed this week’s blitzkrieg of news on the Kate Shugak television series,
here is the story on KTUU (video upper right),
here is the story on APRN,
here is the story on Alaska Dispatch,
here is the story at the Anchorage Daily News, and
here is Mudflats’ terrific post, with photos.