We had a great day Friday at Down to Earth, Hadley Rille Books' meet-the-author event and Earth Day Celebration. Authors in attendance included James Gunn, Christopher McKitterick, M.C. Chambers, and me, as well as Eric T. Reynolds, founder and editor of Hadley Rille Books.
The event featured readings from Hadley Rille's new anthology, Aftermaths, as well as from the novels Shaper's Veil and Eolyn. Afterwards, we had a lively discussion with the audience regarding the environment and environmental issues in the context of science fiction and fantasy, followed by a brief book signing session. If you'd like to see more photos, you can view them in the Down to Earth 2012 album on my Facebook page for Eolyn.
|Delicious Eolyn cake at the pre-launch party,|
April 2011 at the Hooley-Bundschu Library
at Avila University.
Other events you may want to put on your radar:
ConQuest, Kansas City's own science fiction and fantasy convention, will be on Memorial Day Weekend. About a dozen science fiction and fantasy authors from Hadley Rille Books will be in attendance.
On the eve of ConQuest, Hadley Rille will host a meet-the-author event at Prospero's Books. This event will be open to the public, and will include readings, a discussion panel, and the opportunity to purchase books and have them signed.
During ConQuest, Hadley Rille Books will have its own author panel, participate in the mass signing on Saturday, host a room party, and launch the novel A Time Never Lived by Terri-Lynne DeFino. Rumor has it there will also be a few Hadley Rille pre-launches that weekend. I'll be sure to keep you posted on all the details.
Author Kim Vandervort is up this week on Heroines of Fantasy. As of this moment, her post hasn't yet gone live, but it should sometime today or tomorrow. (In the meantime, if you haven't read last week's post Eternal Forests, now is your chance!) Please stop by to share your thoughts and comments.
Now that you're finished reading this week's post for Eolyn, go sign up for the Goodreads Giveaway! And good luck. :)