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01 October 2009 @ 11:26 am
Let's see, news . . .

1) My editor pinged me the other day to let me know that The Mortal Instruments series has now been on the New York Times bestseller list for six months straight without a break. That's fairly awesome, and all thanks to you, readers, for making it happen.

2) The draft manuscript for The Clockwork Angel has been turned in. Now to turn right around and finish City of Fallen Angels. Glerk.

3) In Movember, I'm making a short signing tour of Eastern Canada* . . . WITH HOLLY BLACK AND SCOTT WESTERFELD! Who are, as we all know, awesome. I'll be signing all my books, and reading from The Clockwork Angel) . . . and possibly (fingers crossed) reading a little preliminary stuff from City of Fallen Angels too.

The schedule is:

Wednesday November 4th: MONTREAL
Chapters Pointe-Claire
6321 Trans-Canada Highway, unit 1410
(514) 428-5500

Thursday November 5th: OTTAWA
Chapters Rideau
47 Rideau Street,
Ottawa, Ontario
(613) 241-0073

Friday November 6th: TORONTO
Trinity St. Paul's United Church
427 Bloor Street West

** tickets will be available online and at the door, books will be sold at the event.

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*No western Canada this time. There just wasn't time as the three of us had only four days during which we were all free and could do this tour.

** I know, I know, tickets. I'm sorry about that. It's a pain to have to get them. The ticketing for the event is because they rented a church to hold the event in instead of holding it in a bookstore so the ticket cost goes toward the church's expenses in holding the event.
Cassie Clarecassandraclare on October 1st, 2009 10:43 pm (UTC)
Here's what my publisher said: "We have to charge for the Toronto event as it is an offsite event and the cost of the tickets cover the venue fee and the technical costs."

In other words, the church gets the money. If you have a problem with that I certainly understand but unfortunately there isn't anything I can do about it.

I always sign books, and I'll sign whatever you bring.
kayoko: lavendarkayoko on October 1st, 2009 10:56 pm (UTC)
I just wanted to be sure that the money went to a good cause. Now to convince my friend to go with me!

Thanks for the quick reply. It's rather surreal at times that you actually answer questions on LJ or twitter.