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Of Mutts And Men Preorders

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January 23rd, 2020 Posted 8:23 am

All who preorder Of Mutts And Men, the new Chet and Bernie novel (July) will receive a bonus short story for free. Just save your receipt. Starting April 1 the publisher will have a preorder site set up where you’ll be able to send the receipt. Here are some answers to questions that are coming up.

1. Please don’t send receipts here. The publisher will provide a place starting April 1.
2. The name of the story on the Heart of Barkness preorder campaign was Upper Story.
3. For those interested in getting signed copies at this year’s tour – the tour is not set up yet. But when it is, all appearances will be posted here. (I now have a Hawaiian shirt I may sport at one of them.)
4. If you’ve already preordered and can’t find your receipt – please look again. But if you still can’t, I’ll see what the publisher has to say. Bottom line: don’t worry.
5. The title of the new story – which I’m finishing today – will be coming soon, but good preparation for reading it – although not necessary – would be to check out one of the previous short stories, namely The Iggy Chronicles, Volume One.
5. Publishers are fond of preorders. Writers are fond of fond publishers.

 

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On The Nippy Side, But …

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January 22nd, 2020 Posted 7:57 am

Bike ride! (Announcement on the free short story promotion for those who preorder Of Mutts and Men, the next Chet and Bernie novel, coming tomorrow. But just remember to upload your receipt when preordering. It’s that easy!)

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Me …

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January 21st, 2020 Posted 12:35 pm

… on Dog Talk Radio with that very good and very nice interviewer, Tracy Hotchner, discussing Heart of Barkness, the latest Chet and Bernie novel.

http://www.radiopetlady.com/shows/dog-talk/spencer-quinn-discusses-heart-of-barkness/

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MLK Day

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January 20th, 2020 Posted 8:25 am

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character. – Martin Luther King

The truth is there’s not much color variety when it comes to humans, not compared to how we roll in the nation within. Take me, for example: mostly black but with one white ear, which I know on account of how many people mention it in my presence. Ever seen a human colored like me? The point is humans go on and on about skin colors when it isn’t even one of their strengths.

– from Scents and Sensibility

 

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