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June 10, 2005

Chicago Book Geeks

Just in case you're interested, this weekend in Chicago is the annual Printer's Row Book Fair. A bunch of publishers, authors, booksellers and book geeks come together and get copies of new books of various stripes. It's free to the public, which is always a nice touch.

This year I'm signing copies of my book at the Borders booth Sunday at 3:00pm. Swing by and get a book--actually you'll probably get a lot of books. Can't beat that with a stick.

If I don't see you, have a great weekend. Maybe I'll see you at the midnight showing of Batman Begins Tuesday night instead . . . [see previous post]

Dave

Posted by Dave Zimmerman at June 10, 2005 3:28 PM Bookmark and Share

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Sorry we can't make it back to the Chicago area this weekend for the book signing. I do have an extra copy that you can sign when you visit, however.

Have a good day!

Mom Z

Comment by: Mom Z at June 10, 2005 8:34 PM

I LOVE book fairs. They're way better than book unfairs. More pleasant than book uglies. And cheaper than book fares.

Comment by: Macon at June 11, 2005 8:02 AM

Macon, Mom. Mom, Macon.

Very witty. Check out Macon's family of wittiness at

http://paulstokes.blogspot.com/

I book fares for pretty cheap online, especially when I fly discount airliners.

Best I could come up with. Sorry.

Comment by: dave at June 13, 2005 2:13 PM

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