Updated: the West Coast Mystery Tour (November) for COLLARED

I will be out as L.A. Kornetsky, supporting the new mystery series, but most of the bookstores have said they’re willing to order the fantasy novels on request, too (and Mysterious Galaxy, of course, will Have All). You can also pre-order signed copies, if you can’t make it to a signing… Signing: Seattle Mystery Bookshop (Seattle, WA)

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Virtual Me!

So while I’m head-down in manuscript and revisions and whatnot, I also appear around the Internet… You can hear me on this week’s Functional Nerds podcast, being very nerdy and somewhat functional…. (with apologies for the occasional muffled sound… my Skype dropped out once or twice). AND! I’m at the Book View Cafe blog as

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The Baltimore Book Festival, and my part in it.

The Baltimore Book Festival features hundreds of appearances by local, celebrity and nationally known authors, book signings, more than 100 exhibitors and booksellers, nonstop readings on multiple stages, cooking demos by top chefs, poetry readings, workshops, panel discussions, walking tours, storytellers and hands-on projects for kids, live music, and a delicious variety of food, beer

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Three Cheers for Ms. Kornetsky!

Of my alter-ego, and her forthcoming Collared (November 2012), Publishers Weekly sez: Fantasy writer Kornetsky’s charming first mystery introduces an enterprising heroine in Ginny Mallard, the owner of a fledgling concierge business in Seattle, Wash., and a supporting cast that includes a couple of four-footed friends. While having a drink in Mary’s, a neighborhood pub, (Ginny) overhears

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And the reviews start to come in…

Currently in the Specific Northwest doing research for a new project, but mine publicist has sent along the following Nice Things: RT Reviews gave THE SHATTERED VINE 4.5 stars and Top Pick! “The final volume of Gilman’s Vineart War trilogy is both compulsively readable and full of complicated characterization…the story builds to a climax, which

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