Sam Wiebe


This Week's Events; Craft Fest; Radio Stuff

Tomorrow night I'll be a guest at the South Hill branch of the Vancouver Public Library to talk with their book club about Invisible Dead. Jinder the book club host is terrific, and I really enjoyed co-hosting the Asian Mystery Writers book club with her last fall as part of the Writer in Residence program. It'll be nice to catch up with her, and to talk about my book.

This Saturday is Authors for Indies. Usually I run around to three or four bookstores, but this year I'm just doing 32 Books in North Vancouver from 3-5 pm. After that, though, I'll probably be back in East Van lurking aound Pulp Fiction on Main or one of the breweries nearby.

Sunday I'll be on Paperback Radio, talking about Invisible Dead. There are a few guest blogs and such that I'll be doing to promote the book.

May 2nd Invisible Dead comes out in the States and internationally. I'll be doing a few events in May, including a book signing at Seattle Mystery Bookshop on May 20th, Saturday, at noon. That same night I'll be a guest on Noir on the Radio, a show hosted by Greg Barth. 

This July I'll be in New York for Craft Fest and Thriller Fest, the conference put on by the International Thriller Writers. I've never done this conference before, but it should be a blast. Any chance to drop into the Mysterious Bookshop and The Strand is welcome. 

Thanks for reading through this litany of events. I'm currently at work on Wakeland Book 3, waiting for my Canadian and American editors to finish their edits of Book 2, Cut You Down.

I read the Shining a couple weeks ago, and was reminded how goddamn amazing Stephen King is. Right now I'm reading Salem's Lot, which is also really good. I usually don't read two books at once, but I started Jill Leovy's Ghettoside and was hooked instantly. Between reading those two and watching season three of Bosch, I'm pretty well-stocked for entertainment.

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