14 Oct 2015
The nerves have started kicking in. The York Book Expo is coming up this weekend. In addition to writing and producing books and adding things to the websites I should have been adding all along, such as the table of contents to The Early Punch Parodies of Sherlock Holmes page on Peschel Press. Now you can see what’s in the book and even read excerpts I’ve posted to Planet Peschel.
In the meantime, I need to print flyers, box books, and make sure the car is loaded and ready for the trip to the York Fairgrounds.
Here’s some things I’d like to share about the event:
Date: October 17, 2015.
Where: York Fairgrounds: 334 Carlisle Ave., York.
11:00 a.m.: Doors open for Guest Author event
11:30 a.m.: NY Times best seller DAVID ROSENFELT (tickets cost $10 and can be bought ahead of time)
1–5 p.m.: BOOK EXPO open
1:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m.: Children’s Story Time, Crafts, & Character Visit
3 p.m.: Raffle Drawing (must be present to win)
4:30 p.m.: Raffle Drawing (must be present to win)
Children’s Activity Area
1-2 p.m.: Meet Clifford the Big Red Dog
1-2 p.m.: Make & Take Craft Stations
2 p.m.: Lindsay Barrett George “Create a Story with Pictures”
2:30 p.m.: Anthony Fredericks “Mad Libs”
3-4 p.m. Face Painting with Skeeta
3-5 p.m. Make & Take Craft Stations
4-5 p.m. Meet Clifford the Big Red Dog
Peschel Press will be at Booth #43 in the middle of the building. It’ll be in the center after you navigate a maze of twisty corridors, all looking alike:
Admission is free (except to see David Rosenfelt, who you can tell is higher up on the food chain because he is not just a best-selling mystery author and dog fancier but he has a Wikipedia page as well).
So come by and chat. I’ll be happy to see you. And if you want to know what I look like, I’ll repost some interviews and a reading produced especially for the expo:
The first two are interviews in which I talk about starting the press and what I was up to before that:
Then, I read an essay from The Deluxe Complete, Annotated Secret Adversary in which a certain Christie detective makes a ghostly appearance.