San Marcos Library Event!

For all my friends in the San Marcos, Austin, and San Antonio area, we will be at the San Marcos Public Library this Sunday, October 30, 2011, from 2-4 P.M.. If you have time, please stop by for a quick visit. Tell your friends and family about the event, too!

8TH ANNUAL TEXAS AUTHOR DAY Sunday, October 30 – 2:00 – 5:00 PM

The San Marcos Public Library will host area authors at the 8th annual Texas Author Day from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. Over 30 talented local authors will be on hand to sign books and chat with fans. Books may be purchased at the event from the Texas State University Bookstore or from the authors themselves. Autographed books make great gifts for book lovers of all ages.

And, yours truly will be there, signing all three of my books. I will also be offering them for sale at ridiculously low prices! We’ve got to empty the closets so we’ll have somewhere to put the next shipment!

Be Still – $13.00 – A book of daily encouragements

The Devil’s Dust – $12.00 – A thriller novel you won’t be able to put down!

Shelter – $11.00 – Another thriller about a couple of renegade homeless men, set in Austin, Texas.

You can also order all three from our friends at Texas Trading Post, and get an additional 15% discount through the end of this month! Holy Cow! We might as well give them away!

ONE MORE THING! It would help me a bunch if you could hit the Facebook icon below and share this post with your friends and family. THANKS!


  1. Mom said

    Have a wonderful time just sharing joy and love to all you meet there!

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