Radio! Bookplates! So many !!! *Updated July 8th, 2014*

So, Firebug is only 3 months away. Three! I can't believe it. This will lead, inevitably, to emails asking me how people can get signed books. I have a few options for you:

1) Wait until I come to your city. This is probably not your preferred option as it might take a while. Like, years.

2) Order a copy online from Third Place Books. In the comment section, you can ask for me to sign it. If I have anything fun to send with it (like bookmarks) I will. This is my local bookshop and I also work there, so it is super easy for them to find me and make me sign things (Unless I'm hiding in a closet somewhere.).

3) But what if you already bought the book, prepurchased it on your eReader, or wanted to support your local bookshop? Bookplates! Also, bookmarks! This is an option now! The amazing Vlad Verano designed some Taco bookplates for me. (See Vlad's work here: Vladimirverano.crevado.com, here Flickr.com/photos/natsudesign or check him out on the Twitters at @GholaVlad) They are, in my biased opinion, the best bookplates ever. EVER. And I will send you one free IF (and this in an important IF) you send me an SASE (That's a self addressed stamped envelope for those not in the know) to the address below:

Lish McBride

PO Box 154

Mountlake Terrace, WA

98043

Just to be clear, on that envelope your address should be in the "to" spot and my address should be in the "from" spot and there should be a stamp on there. This may seem like over explaining, but people forget to do things. Like attach stamps. It happens. It might be good to put a note that says, "For a bookplate!" somehwere. (If I have bookmarks, I usually throw one of those in there as well.) And maybe a drawing of a kitten. This isn't necessary to get the bookmark, I just like mail. And kittens. 

Those are the options so far. Other tidbits:

I was interviewed on the radio. I haven't listened to it because it's weird to hear my own voice, but I had fun doing it.

Last, in case you missed the last post,  Firebug should be coming to you in audio form. YAY!