I just found out this morning what time I will be at the American Fork Library in Utah. For the record, it's this Friday, July 17 from 3-4 PM.
What I didn't realize until today was that I'm signing at the Barnes & Noble BookFair. The fair will be held on the second floor mezzanine of the Library. The event is in celebration of the Steel Days Art Show.
Barnes & Noble will provide a wide selection of books- you can buy one for yourself or donate it to the library. And, if they don't have the book you want, they'll order it and ship it to your house.
A percentage of the net sales will be donated to the American Fork Library.
Ahh, a good cause. Now you can buy a book and be donating to a library at the same time.
This Friday I am going to another Barnes & Noble. From 7-9 PM I will be at the Gateway Mall location. Very fun. I can't wait. The last time I was in Utah, we walked around the Gateway Mall and I said, "I'm going to sign there some day." Some day just happened to come along a lot faster than I thought. Bring your date, or your kids. Buy a smoothie and come visit me.
And, on Saturday, I'm going to one of my favorite stores.
Confetti Antiques & Books
273 North Main Street
Spanish Fork, UT 84660
Saturday July 18th: 10-12 pm: I'm going to be there signing with Dennis Mangrum, author of The Mystic Cipher
Over a three day stretch, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday, July 18-21, they are going to have 30 author signings. 30. That's incredible. I wish I could stay and meet everyone.
And, if you've never been to the Confetti shop, they have tons of cool stuff there. I wanted to spend an hour just looking at all of it. The last time I signed at their store, my 12 year old son was with me and he had a blast checking out the goods. I think the knives and swords excited him the most. Something for everyone.
And no, I didn't buy him a weapon while we were there, but he did learn a few skateboard tricks from the owner's son, and that did make his day. My oldest would tell you that if you go to Confettie Books, be sure to bring your skateboard. For the rest of the world, bring your imagination and a few dollars. Even a couple quarters will buy you an old fashioned sucker.
Now I'm sounding like a commercial.
I just really liked their store.
Okay, if you live in Utah, or happen to be visiting this weekend, please come and meet me. I would love to see you. And if you bring your skateboard, you'll have to find the owner's son at Confetti. I won't be able to help you with any cool skateboard tricks. I only know how to roll down the sidewalk.
My brother would roll his eyes if he could see me skateboard. Yeah, Nate, I know. How's the new board?