Nice “Bones Buried In The Dirt” Surprise Before The Linda Joffe Hull “Eternally 21” Reading Last Night

I had a great deal of fun at the Linda Joffe Hull reading for her new book Eternally 21 last night at the Tattered Cover on Lodo. I kind of expected it would be fun, though. Her reading for her last book, The Big Bang, was a blast so I knew this one would be fun as well. Mind you, there was a little bit of a pleasant surprise for me…though it was before the reading and actually concerned my own book, Bones Buried in the Dirt.

You all remember how I posted that the Tattered Cover was carrying Bones Buried in the Dirt? If not, here is a picture I posted with copies over at the Lodo location:


Since I was waiting for the review to start, I decided to go over and see how many copies of my book were still on the shelf. There were none. I thought for a minute that they had gotten moved to a display, but I asked and they confirmed that all the Lodo copies had sold (and promised to rotate copies still at the Colfax and Highlands Ranch stores so all three locations would have copies available).

Talk about a good way to start out the evening, finding out that my book has been selling over at Tattered Cover. Obviously I was in a pretty good mood at that point.

Don’t worry though if you were going to get a copy at Tattered Cover Lodo, Denver people. As I mentioned, they’re rotating stock today so you can get copies whichever Tattered Cover location in the Denver area you prefer (Lodo, Colfax, or Highlands Ranch). You can even still get copies online from Tattered Cover, online at Amazon, or in person at The Bookworm in Omaha:


In fact, if you are in the Omaha area, there are a still good number of copies at The Bookworm. Why not stop by and pick one up so the books don’t feel so self-conscious about just standing around all the time in such a big group?

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