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Don't Forget...

...to check out the contest in the post right before this one.  Three free books, absolutely no shipping, and super simple and safe to enter.  Plus there's aren't very many entries yet, so chances are good.  Please tell your friends, family, coworkers, and the guy on the street selling daises.  :o)

Also, if you've read CONCRETE SAVIOR, please do me a huge favor and review it on Amazon right HERE.  There are only five reviews so far and it really needs more, both to boost the sales a bit and keep it in the public eye.  Pretty please?  Thank you!


So, a contest as a form of Self Punishment: http://tinyurl.com/69sxakx.  Seriously.


Booksigning Tomorrow!

Hi everyone!  Long time no write.  :o)

Sorry about the lag.  For the full low-down on the whys and wherefores, please pop over to yvonnenavarro.com and read the quick blog I just posted.  Speaking of popping, tomorrow, pop on over to Hastings in Sierra Vista, Arizona from noon to 2:00 p.m. and pick yourself up a sweeeeet signed copy of CONCRETE SAVIOR!


Dress for it, folks -- The Husband, Weston Ochse, and I will be signing books tomorrow at this Barnes and Noble in Phoenix, Arizona.  He'll be signing EMPIRE OF SALT (a freaking awesome zombie novel), and I will be signing both HIGHBORN and CONCRETE SAVIOR (yes -- it's now out and available!). 

And, wait for it... wait for it...

This is the same mall where Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure was filmed and all the employees are going to be dressed up as zombies. How much fun is that?  They'll be contests and fun and all that hoopla, so I repeat: Dress for it and come on down!

Book Giveaway!

Yep, another one.  Bop on over to Book'd out (http://wp.me/p12MUP-st) for a book giveaway, review of HIGHBORN, and a guest blog by Yours Truly about characterization!  This one goes a little more into it than the roundtable discussion I was recently a part of on The Big Thrill website.  Hope you like it!

Snoring and Dream Interpretation

A record of what happened lastnight. Check it out on my web page.

Tucson Festival of Books - March 12

Yep, I'll be there again.  This time The Husband has promised to be there for his panel with me, so another year where the Husband On A Stick does not have to stand in for him.  Here's my schedule:

Tucson Festival of Books
University of Arizona Campus
Tucson, Arizona
March 12, 2011
* History Meets Fantasy (Panel with Janni Lee Simner and Susan Yarina) -- 10:00 a.m. at the Integrated Learning Center Room 150
* Booksigning at the Mysterious Galaxy Tent -- 2:00 p.m.
* Eagerly Awaiting the Zompocalypse (Panel with Weston Ochse and Jeff Mariotte) -- 4:00 p.m. at the Integrated Learning Center Room 150
* General booksigning thereafter, 5:00 - 5:30 p.m.

Read about the Festival HERE.

And here's the Festival's Web Site.


Are you near Yuma, Arizona?  Do you want to be?  No place is safe, so if you're feeling in battle mode tomorrow, join us at 2:00 p.m. at the Yuma Barnes and Noble Bookstore for a ZOMBIE FEST!  There will be books (HIGHBORN by me, and EMPIRE OF SALT by The Husband, Weston Ochse).  There will be a Zombie Costume Contest (judged by none other than little old us).  There will be Zombie Drinks and a Zombie Snack offered in the Cafe-- who can resist things like Zombie Blood, Graveyard Dirt, Ghostly Mist and The Cure?  And who knows what evil lurks in the mouths of the local Zombie Club?!


And I Forgot to Mention... A Contest!

Don't have a copy of HIGHBORN yet?  Well, if you read that interview over at Gini Koch's Blah Blah Blah blog, you find a chance to win a copy of it in there, plus there's a chance to win a copy of The Husband's book, EMPIRE OF SALT.  Time limit is winding down to the last day or so, so chop chop!  Remember, it's Book 1 in the Dark Redemption series, and book 2, CONCRETE SAVIOR, comes out in June (I just finished the proofs for it-- yay!)  HIGHBORN, by the way, got a really good review in the February issue of LOCUS.  :o)


Big old interview of The Husband (Weston Ochse) and myself at Gini Koch's Blah Blah Blah Blog -- We have a few, uh, interesting answers to some rather, uh, interesting questions posed by Gini.  Check it out!