I’ve just spent a wonderful evening with the folks at Book Soup here in West Hollywood. I was also able to have dinner with blogger Kanani Fong and her Writerly Pause group . . . check her blog for the story on that.
Now I’m off to the airport, but before I go, I want to update you all on this week’s events. If I make it to a city near you I certainly hope you’ll come say hello.
Tonight * Monday, September 22, Boulder, Colorado
Join me for a night at the Boulder Bookstore, 1107 Pearl St. Boulder, CO (303) 447-2074 7:30PM
Tuesday morning I’ll be talking to the folks at google. You’ll be able to see this event on authors@google
Tuesday evening, September 23, Vail, Colorado
If you can't make Boulder, come to Vail! I'll be at Bookworm of Edwards, 295 Main Street- Unit C101 at 6PM. This is a $20 ticketed event - the ticket price includes a personalized copy of the book and of course whatever spectacle you and I create.
Wednesday, Sept 24, San Francisco area
Join me at Book Passage, Corte Madera store 7PMhttp://www.bookpassage.com/event_detailed.php?id=1874
San Francisco is the home of www.redroom.com a popular author's site. I hope to see a few fellow redRoomers at these two dates . . .
Thursday, Sept 25, San Francisco
If you miss Book Passage, or if once is never enough, I'll also be at Books Inc. at 7:30PM. They're at 2275 Market St. @ Noe in San Francisco (415) 864-6777
Friday, Sept 26, Portland, Oregon
I'll be at Powells Books Burnside Store at 7:30 PM - Located at 1005 West Burnside Avenue (800) 878-7323
Saturday, Sept 27, Seattle, Washington
Join me at Third Place Books at 6:30 I'll be back in the city where some of my childhood stories took places . . . maybe some of the people will reappear, 45 years later. Come see for yourself!
Monday, Sept 29, Dayton, Ohio
Look for me at Books & Company, 7PM, and meanwhile, check out with the Cleveland Plain Dealer had to say: http://www.cleveland.com/entertainment/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/entertainment-0/1221899674324570.xml&coll=2
And then we come to a break. I fly home for a few days of rest, after which I’m off to the Asperger Association conference with my brother.
Stay tuned . . .
Causes John Robison Supports
I support Asperger and autism advocacy groups. I also support the University of Massachusetts