Friday, November 19, 2010

BIG BOOK Signing Saturday

There will be a big book signing Saturday,

November 20th

at Dragons & Fairytales

located at

3535 E Ranches Parkway Suite A

Eagle Mountain, UT 84005

Phone number is: 801-789-5014

from 5 pm to 7 pm.

Those present will include-

Serial killer-in denial Dan Wells,

NY Times bestselling Monster Hunter Larry Correia,

cultist John "Servant of a Dark God" Brown,

collector of Dragon War Relic's Berin Stephens,

Shlock Mercenary Howard Taylor,

Jake Black-Ender's Biographer,

the always biting Eric James Stone,

The "Thorn" in my side Daron Fraley,

Chef Jaleta "Nexus Point" Clegg

and finally me, self-crowned king of LDS-S&S David J. West
yeah, I just came up with that.


Charles Gramlich said...

I've only done multiauthor signings a couple of times but they sure are fun. Good luck.

Matthew Rush said...

Sounds awesome. Wish I lived around there.

David J. West said...

Thanks Charles-its always been a goodtime.

Me too Matthew.

Daron D. Fraley said...

Thanks for the props. I do what I can.

See you tomorrow. Bring a sword.

KarenG said...

This cracks me up that you call Daron a thorn in your side LOL. Good luck to both of you!

David J. West said...

You bet Daron

Thanks Karen

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Debra Erfert said...

I hope you had a blast at your book signing. That was a silly thing to ask considering who you spent the hours with, huh? I bet there wasn't a moment of silence where one of you's guys weren't cracking wise. I wonder if any brave fan worked up enough huspa (sp) to actually ask for an autograph, or if maybe they just discreetly took a photograph to stick inside their book before rushing to their car. Wish I could have been there to get my copy of Heroes of the Fallen signed.

Oh, by the way, congratulations on Heroes being nominated for the Whitneys in the historical category.

David J. West said...

Thank you very much Debra-glad you have a copy.

It was laughs all around. I did get to sign a book or two-but Larry Correia was king for the night. I think he outsold the rest of us put together.