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Pics from Uncle Hugo’s

My thanks to everyone who came to Uncle Hugo’s this past Saturday or preordered books — I had a great time, met some lovely people, and even got to sign a T-shirt! Here are some pictures:


Uncle Hugo’s, and next to it, Uncle Edgar’s.

One of us is Doug Hulick.

There are a lot of books behind me. There are a lot of books at Uncle Hugo’s.

I’m signing a T-shirt. My nose looks big for some reason — it must be the (ahem) angle.

The view from behind the signing table.
Ironically, I didn’t get any pictures of me signing an actual book. I did sign whatever was left in stock, so if you didn’t get a preorder in in time, there are still a few books available.
Cheers,
Neve

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News This Second Week of May

Finally some nice weather here in the Twin Cities – sixty degrees and (partly, but we’ll take it) sunny. The flowers aren’t blooming yet, but there’s hope.

There are various May promotions going on for my series starter, The Far Time Incident, so if you’re in the mood for a time-travel mystery, it’s a great time to pick up the audiobook (wonderfully narrated by Mary Robinette Kowal and $6.95 for Audible customers until May 10) or the ebook ($1.99 on Kindle until Memorial Day) or a print copy ($7.99 until May 15 on Amazon). In the UK, both The Far Time Incident and The Runestone Incident are £0.99 on Kindle for all of May.

Also, a reminder that this Mother’s Day weekend, I’ll be at Uncle Hugo’s. If you drop by the bookstore this Saturday, the 10th, you’ll find Douglas Hulick and me at the table by the door from 1-2 pm signing books. Hope to see you there.

Then, on Sunday, my guys will probably take me out to brunch somewhere. Happy Mother’s Day to all the moms out there!

Neve

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Order a Personalized Copy of My Books

Uncle Hugo’s is a science fiction bookstore here in Minneapolis. They’ve just celebrated their 40th anniversary, which makes Uncle Hugo’s the “oldest independent science fiction bookstore” in the U.S.! Needless to say, forty years is a long time to be in business, especially in the publishing business, so a big congrats to Don Blyly–you can read his take on How’s Business? in this store newsletter. The store is next door to its mystery twin, Uncle Edgar’s, and is packed from floor to ceiling with new and used books. It’s an excellent place to find out-of-print and vintage books.

Uncle Hugo’s is also the one place you can get signed copies of my books (unless you run into me somewhere). They do ship, so you don’t have to come by in person.
If you do feel like stopping by, I will be at Uncle Hugo’s on Saturday, May 10, from 1-2 pm signing books, along with Douglas Hulick, who is signing copes of his newest book, Sworn in Steel.

Otherwise, you can pre-order a signed and/or personalized copy of any of my books. I will sign and/or personalize the book when I’m there in May and Uncle Hugo’s will ship it to you.

I’ve been meaning to take pictures of the inside of Uncle Hugo’s, and will do so this time around and post them!

Cheers,
Neve

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Book Signing at Uncle Hugo’s

A save-the-date post for Twin Cities friends — I’ll be at Uncle Hugo’s on Saturday, June 29 from 1-2 pm signing books and sharing a table with Kelly McCullough, who’ll be signing his 9th fantasy novel, Blade Reforged. Come hang out with us and enjoy the reader’s nirvana that is Uncle Hugo‘s (and its mystery twin next door, Uncle Edgar’s). Uncle Hugo’s, founded in 1974, is “the oldest independent science-fiction bookstore” in the US — well worth a visit if you’re in town, so stop on by!