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Book Expo America

Book Expo America is one of my favorite book events and this year was no exception. With more than 800,000 square feet of exhibit space, and all of it filled with books and the people who love them, it is an amazing place to spend a day. On Friday at BEA, I signed 75 copies… Continue reading Book Expo America

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Day of the Dragonking

Day of the Dragonking (Book 1 of The Last American Wizard) is a genre-bender of a story by Terry Irving, carving out an identity at the intersection of political thriller and speculative fiction. But just what is the story about? Wizards? Terrorists? Freemasons? Space aliens? Sentient computers? All of the above? Irving suggests, and I’m… Continue reading Day of the Dragonking

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The Boy Who Knew Too Much

I'm pleased to turn my blog over today to Jeffrey Westhoff, author of a wonderful new YA spy novel, The Boy Who Knew Too Much, coming on June 1, in paperback and e-book editions from Intrigue Publishing. You can connect with Jeffrey at all the usual places, on facebook https://www.facebook.com/authorJeffreyWesthoff, and on twitter @JeffreyWesthoff or @Knew_Too_Much. Jeffrey… Continue reading The Boy Who Knew Too Much

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Random observations about Toronto

Toronto is quite possibly the most civilized city in North America. It certainly has the most civilized air travel. We bypassed Toronto Pearson International Airport, flying Porter Airlines instead into Toronto City Airport. The Bombadier Aerospace Q400 turbo prop, with a seating capacity of 75 passengers, and no middle seats, is remarkably comfortable. And because… Continue reading Random observations about Toronto