I’m a little late getting this information out on this particular portal (plus I gotta iron some clothes and try to look “presentable”), so I’m going to keep this short.
We’re headed to the LA Times Festival of Books. Today. To sign books. Today. In like three hours.
So come on down and see us!
Neighborhoods in horror film It Follows look exactly like some of those in which I grew up, and if the movie nails anything, it’s nails the sense of Metro Detroit.
Good news, everyone!
Apart from being a religious holiday of some significance, this weekend also corresponds with the time-space coordinates of WonderCon 2015.
A bit of a San Diego Comic-Con Lite, WonderCon takes place in Anaheim, Calif., and is a smaller affair than the yearly insanity that is SDCC, and as such is a bit more chill and relaxed, while still being a full-fledged con experience. And that makes it a great place to sign some books. Which is what co-writer bestie Nick Hurwitch and I will be doing this weekend.
It doesn’t happen often, but every now and again the Oxford Comma discussion pops up in my Twitter feed.
And every now and again, I admit to having no love for the optional serial comma that precedes the word “and” in a list of three or more objects. This promptly outs me to the rest of the writing world as some sort of heathen alien impostor bent on tearing apart the very fabric of reality with confusing serial lists that defy logic, like some sort of evil nega-android who can melt human brains through confusion.