Riddle & Bind is out. Party!

My book Riddle & Bind (with an official publication date of October 31) is out. One day Amazon will have an image of the cover. But for now, anyone can order it through Spineless Books or Amazon, and … there’s a book release party here in Cambridge, in Harvard Square:

Grafton Street Restaurant and Bar
1230 Massachusetts Ave.
Cambridge, MA 02138

Tuesday November 2
6-9pm

You’re invited to stop by, peruse the book, and hang out with us. The book will be available for sale, too, but if you just want to come by and flip through it, or try to crack the code of Christian Bök’s encrypted back-cover blurb, that’s fine too. Grafton Street serves fine food and drink, and you’re welcome to purchase yourself some of it – there are no retail obligations, though. I’ll hope to see you there.

4 Replies to “Riddle & Bind is out. Party!”

  1. Could do one, but I’d prefer to create a free e-book that would work on all platforms without DRM. The only thing is, I’d also prefer not to complete with my publisher, Spineless Books, which put a lot of effort into editing and producing this nice print edition. Any ideas on how to distribute Riddle & Bind electronically without biting the hand that typesets me?

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