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Seattle Mystery Bookshop - signed books available

posted May 27, 2015, 1:22 PM by Tina Connolly
Tina Connolly signing at Mystery Bookshop
Saturday I went up to the Seattle Mystery Bookshop and signed books (in glitter pen, of course!) and chatted to people! The bookstore folks were LOVELY and I had a fab time. Thanks so much to those of you who stopped by to see me, especially because some of you had to come a long way!!

<--a pic of me signing, taken by Caroline M. Yoachim. Also in the picture is the copy of Hild I purchased that I am super looking forward to.

Seattle Mystery still has signed copies of Seriously Wicked and the trade paperback of Copperhead (but not Ironskin; those all sold.)

A few more round-up links and reviews for you (And I am so grateful to see so many kind reviews of the book, guys. Remember, anyone who has written reviews, please do feel free to email me and I'll send you the special spell postcard, while supplies last. (Contact info here.))

Fantastic podcast interview with Brent and teen reviewer Riley of AISFP here.

Reviews from Dwell In Possibility, Teen Reads, and Me On Books, a mention on Nerd Underground's Best New SF Books of May, and a nice review of Ironskin from the good folks at Seattle Mystery.  Oh, and I think this is kind of neat: apparently my book has a Lexile rating. So for you teachers and librarians who use the Lexile system, apparently Seriously Wicked is a HL720L.

Next week I'll be at the Stayton Library and then at a Beaverton Barnes & Noble with 4 other local YA authors for the epic YA-Landia!


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