Sun 04

An Evening With Max: Two Online Bookstore Events

The 22 Murders of Madison May A long time ago, before you were born, you could go to bookstores and hear authors speak. They would shuffle out to a podium and maybe read from their new book and answer questions about their process. It was a simpler time.

But now! It’s online! All the time! Everything is online! Including me!

Check out who I’m in conversation with. That’s right. First, Jeffery Deaver, then David Yoon. Those are some heavy hitters. I am getting totally respectable.

Here are some handy links to register & see the local time wherever you happen to be in the world. Because for me, it’s the morning the next day. I will literally be dialing in from the future.

Tickets are going fast, so get in quick! I’m joking. There is no limit on tickets. It’s an online event.

But you should register so they can send you info on how to join. Then you’ll see me! Talking! Answering your questions! Like a real person! Enjoy it while it lasts, because after all this promotion hoopla I seriously need to get back to writing.

This is also the only way to get signed copies of The 22 Murders of Madison May, if you’re interested in that. I signed bookplates and mailed them to these two stores and they will stick one in any book you order. Well not any book. Any book written by me. They look like this:

I also gently kissed each card. Not really. That wouldn’t be COVID-safe. But I wanted to.

Oh! The Chicago Tribune just named 22 Murders the “Mind-Bending Novel of the Mid-Year.” That’s really good. I wanted to share that.


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towr (#1914)

Location: Netherlands
Posted: 1024 days ago

> This is also the only way to get signed copies of The 22 Murders of Madison May, if you’re interested in that.

Pfuh. I can think of other ways to get a signed copy. Some of which are probably not even illegal.

Stephanie (#8006)

Location: Qld Aust
Posted: 1024 days ago

Max. I want to see and hear you. I really do. But I work for a living, that's how I afford to buy books. Here in Qld Australia, both of the times available are during the working day. I could log in and just *pretend* to be looking at some worky-work, but I'm sure you wouldn't support that. Never mind. Go about your business.

Diliges (#8326)

Location: Indonesia
Quote: "hello"
Posted: 901 days ago

I'm prolly darn late.

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