News from ‘Destinies’ broadcast: A reading, a discount, a podcast, and a bonus

I really enjoyed chatting with host Howard Margolin on Destinies: The Voice of Science Fiction this past Friday night. We didn’t get to all 58 questions he had for me in a 40-minute interview, but it was a thrill just seeing so many notes on a book I wrote. Somebody read Mighty Mighty! Somebody actually read it! (And, by Howard’s count, there are only four spelling mistakes and one factual error related to ophthalmology. Not bad.)

If you missed it, don’t worry. My sage comments have not been lost to posterity. Rather, they have just had all the uhhhs and ummms cut out. As of this writing, the podcast hasn’t been put up on the Web yet. But keep checking Capt. Phil Online, which hosts Destinies’ archives. It should be available within the next day or two.

Also, Howard and I went into overtime to record another 10 to 15 minutes of material we couldn’t cover in the November 15 segment. That recording will air sometime in the near future. I’ll keep you posted.

I started that live segment, though, with a couple pieces of breaking news.

First, I’ll be appearing at The Long Island Writer’s House in Huntington for the Mighty Mighty tour’s first Suffolk County stop, Thursday, December 4, at 7 p.m. More details are on the Appearances page, and Facebook friends and fans can expect an event invite.

Second, my frequent collaborator Ben Parris, who produced the comedy-horror flick Supernaturalz, is offering a special 50% discount on the novelization, which I co-wrote with him. Just follow this link to CreateSpace and check out using the code “7az4lned”.

Here’s hoping everyone has something to be thankful for this season!

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