I'm so impressed with everyone. I can't thank everyone that bought a copy of Thomas Riley enough. The response has been overwhelming and I appreciate every one of you as well as the people that have signed up as Sky Pirates.
Here are my first quarter tour dates. Keep in mind that there will be more added, but as it stands the next 3 months are filled. Now if you have enlisted as a Sky Pirate and if you attend any one of these events and are wearing your Flight Credentials, you will automatically get something special which I will talk about later. So come out, say hello and remember to sport your flight credentials!
January 8-10 ShadowCon- Memphis TN
January 16 The Bookstore- Huntsville AL 12:00-2:00PM
January 16 The Mechanical Masquerade- Atlanta GA 8:00PM-Midnight
January 22-24 Chattacon- Chattanooga TN
January 30 Davis Kidd- Nashville TN 2:00-6:00PM
February 6 Books A Million- Madison TN 12:00-3:00PM
February 12-15 The Southern California Writers Conference- San Diego CA
February 20 The Little Professor Book Center- Birmingham AL 12:00-2:00PM
February 26-28 The South Carolina Book Fest- Columbia SC
March 5-7 Stellar Con- Highpoint NC
March 12-14 MidSouthCon- Memphis TN
March 17-21 Virginia Festival of The Book- Charlottesville VA
March 27 Borders- Brentwood TN 12:00 - 3:00PM
With that said,I'll be in Memphis TN this weekend for ShadowCon. This is my first ShadowCon experience, so if you are going, come by the table and say hi. Pictures and recound to follow next week.
You can still get signed copies of Thomas Riley HERE
And hurry to sign up to be a Sky Pirate. More really good things are coming for current Sky Pirates. In fact, I'll show you one thing below.
I've been getting a lot of requests for Sky Pirate patches. So I decided to take it a step further. Not only will you soon be able to get Official Sky Pirate Patches, but there will be an officer's program complete with different ranked patches and merit awards. I'll let you know how to get your patches as well as lifting your rank next week when they come in. Until then, enjoy the prototype: