Things To Do, March 1: Go To The Denver Book Mall

The Denver Book Mall happens something like the 1st Sunday of every month. That would be tomorrow. And you oughtta go, because local author Carrie Vaughn will be there signing copies of her brand new novel, Kitty Raises Hell. It’s number six in her most excellent series of novels starring a late-night talk show host who just happens to be a werewolf. If you’ve never heard of it before, start with Kitty and the Midnight Hour–the Denver Book Mall will be a fantastic place to pick up a copy.

(I’d tell you that these are not your typical werewolf-in-the-big-city novels, but you might not believe me seeing as how I’m such a fan girl and not likely to give an unbiased report. So you’ll just have to read ’em yourself.)

The Denver Book Mall is also hosting a signing by Mario Acevedo, whose Colorado-based novel stars a vampire PI named Felix. (I haven’t read that one yet. It sounds like fun.)

Please go! For me! So I can live vicariously though each and every one of you! Because I really, really wanted to go, and circumstances intervened, spoil-sports that they are. (Stupid weekend having only 48 stupid hours in it. Grumble grumble grumble & etc.) Go on! Git!

…I should probably mention whereabouts and when. OK. Here’s the stats:

Denver Book Mall
When: Sunday, March 1, from 3:00 PM until I’m-not-exactly-sure.
Where: 32 Broadway, between 1st and Ellsworth.
Questions? Call Nina Else at 303-733-3808.

There ya go. Now git yer butts down there, and tell me all about it when you get back.

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