If You're Going to San Francisco...

Be sure and wear some...

To heck with flowers in my hair. I'm packing layers, maybe even a parka. You never know what kind of weather is going to roll in. Having lived in San Francisco for eleven years during the 90's, I can honestly agree with Twain when he said, "The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco." That Pacific coast fog is chilly!

While I won't be hanging out with super groovy people in the Haight, I will be seeing some old friends, some family and maybe even a few strangers. You see, I will be having a book event at Books, Inc in Opera Plaza on Friday, April 29th at 7 pm. I've had events for Death Becomes Us at a couple of libraries and the Neptune Society, but this is my first real gig at a brick and mortar bookstore. I am beyond thrilled to connect with some new readers.

Here's the flyer they made. I look at little serious in my author photo, but I promise to put a little "fun" in the funeral talk.

So come on out and watch me get nervous and sweaty. It's going to be EPIC!
I hope to see you there.