Thank You, Carmichael’s Bookstore
Last Thursday, Louisville’s Carmichael’s Bookstore hosted me for a reading and signing event to celebrate the recent release of my novel Mr. Suicide (and my forthcoming short story collection, The Mirrors). Carmichael’s was a Publishers Weekly Bookstore of the Year in 2009 and it’s the epicenter of Louisville’s literary scene, so I was really pleased to appear there. Here are a few pics of the event I’d like to share with you.
And, hell, while I’m at it, I’ll also share a video of the event. Here I am reading the first chapter of Mr. Suicide.
By the way, Carmichael’s still has a handful of signed copies available for sale (at both the Frankfort Avenue and Bardstown Road locations). If you’re in the area, that’s the easiest way to get a signed book. (If you’re not in the area, I’d suggest you order the Mr. Suicide Bundle directly from my publisher, Word Horde. That’s another way to get a signed book, at no extra cost.)
Anyway, thanks again to Carmichael’s for being such a hospitable host. Independent bookstores are an important part of the publishing ecosystem and I hope you’ll join me in supporting them. Thanks, also, to all the folks who came out to the event and made it a really special evening for me.