Tonight: Auralia’s Colors in Mill Creek

TONIGHT (February 28) AT 7:00 p.m.,I'll be reading from Auralia's Colors at the Mill Creek Library.And you're invited. Yes, there will be copies for sale. Yes, admission is free. And yes, there will be a Q&A where you can ask me embarrassing questions like "If you could rewrite one line in the book, what would it be?" and "Is it true that you snuck in a reference to your college band?" and "Is it true you actually gave The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe 3 1/2 stars when it first … [Read more...]

Culture.ish discovers “Auralia’s Colors”

Thanks to reviewer Jason Panella for his thoughtful look at Auralia's Colors at Culture.ish. … [Read more...]

Mill Creek, WA: Here Comes Auralia

When I was a kid, my idea of a great Friday night on the town involved going to the library and assembling a stack of storybooks so immense that my mom had to help me carry them to the counter.So it's a thrill to be invited again to read at a public library. … [Read more...]

Today: Auralia at SPU!

"Food for Thought" You're invited to bring a brown-bag lunch into the Seattle Pacific University Library where I'll be reading from Auralia's Colors, talking about the series, and answering questions. Copies will be available for purchase.When: TODAY (Thursday, January 31), 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. Where: Seattle Pacific University Library Reading Room, Main Floor … [Read more...]

Want a free copy of "Auralia’s Colors"?

Jen just might give you one. … [Read more...]

Auralia Around the World!

The Grand Hotel -Taipei

Auralia's Colors has been inspiring some interesting responses from readers. Today, I received a package today from Vicki, an Auralia's Colors reader in Manila.Vicki works in Manila, but she was reading Auralia's Colors while traveling to a scientific conference in Taipei.This is the second time she's sent me an extravagant package. (She wrote in response to Through a Screen Darkly too.) What fun. It reminds me of receiving care packages from home after I moved from Portland to Seattle fo … [Read more...]

TitleTrakk interview

Kevin Lucia at TitleTrakk asked me some questions about Auralia's Colors. Like these: … [Read more...]

In Two Weeks: “Auralia’s Colors” at Seattle Pacific University’s Library

"Food for Thought"You're invited to bring a brown-bag lunch into the Seattle Pacific University Library where I'll be reading from Auralia's Colors, talking about the series, and answering questions. Copies will be available for purchase.When: Thursday, January 31, 12:30 to 1:15 p.m. Where: Seattle Pacific University Library Reading Room, Main Floor … [Read more...]

Specials: Fantasy Debut Talks “Auralia’s Colors”; Walter Talks “Lars and the Real Girl”

Three quick notes before I close up shop here at 1 a.m. ...I had a chat with Fantasy Debut's Tia Nevitt about Auralia's Colors this week, which you're welcome to read. She asked thoughtful questions. (A while back, she finished reading the book and posted her thoughts.)Adam Walter, one of my favorite bloggers, just posted some wonderful observations on my favorite comedy of 2007: Lars and the Real Girl. He also noted Ebert's response (but warns of spoilers).P.S. Don't miss McSweeny's … [Read more...]

Fantasy Book Critic on “Auralia’s Colors”

Fantasy Book Critic has just published thoughts on Auralia's Colors, and he's offering a free copy!Thanks to Robert Thompson for the review! Every year, whether you're talking about movies, music or books, you have what are commonly known as "hidden treasures." You know the album that never cracks Billboard's Top 200 list, the film that is forever relegated to "indie" status, the novel that can't be found in your local bookstore.For whatever reason, these releases just don't get the … [Read more...]


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