I commisioned Bay Area artist Les Toil to create a drawing depicting the main characters in the SF punk trilogy. I’m very pleased with what he came up with.
I am proud to announce that my next in-store book event for So Good It's Bad will be held at San Francisco's Green Apple Books, one of the coolest indie book stores in the Bay Area. The event starts at 7:00, but be sure to get there early so you can get lost in the store's labyrinthine stacks of new and used books, music, comics and toys. And once I've signed your book, answered your questions and read selected portions from So Good It's Bad to you, hey, you're on Clement Street, so why not have a beer in one of several nearby Irish pubs or have a delicious Bahn Mi--or both?
Green Apple Books is located at 506 Clement Street, San Francisco, CA 94118. Their phone number is 415-387-2272.
After all the waiting, all the teasing, and all the wondering whether you should even care in the first place, SO GOOD IT'S BAD is finally available for purchase from Amazon.com for the very reasonable price of $8.95. Get your copy today! (You don't necessarily have to fuck off.)
I will be reading from and signing copies of So Good It's Bad at Oakland's A Great Good Place For Books on the evening of Friday, August 10th at 7pm. The launch event for Please Don't be Waiting For Me was held at GGP and went splendidly. I anticipate that this one will be just as fun and informative (for me) as that one was.
A Great Good Place is located at 6120 Lasalle Avenue in Oakland's Montclair District. PH: (510) 339-8210
A lot of people want to read So Good It's Bad, and most of them are content to wait patiently for the official release date of July 12th to do so. Not you, though. You want to read it right now, don't you? Well now you can, simply by visiting the So Good It's Bad Facebook Page and sending a direct message containing your email address and the words "me want". That way, when the time comes (and it won't be long), you'll receive an email with a link that will allow you to purchase the book well ahead of the release date. Hella rad, right?