Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday

Just in time for the holidays!! Jan’s Paperbacks is hosting several Indie authors, including your truely on Nov 30, 2013. I will be selling copies of Burnaby Burning and Loop Vacation in the morning from 10:00am to noon, and perhaps a little later in the day.

This is a great opportunity for authors to get the word out about their books, and I would like to thanks Jan’s for setting this up!!

The details are:

Jan’s Paperbacks
18095 S.W. TV Highway, Aloha, Oregon 97006
Phone: 503.649.3444
10:00 am to Noon

Give a great novel for Christmas this year. I hope to see you there.

Cheers,

Gord

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Burnaby Burning Signing Event

Folks,

I will be signing a very limited number of copies of Burnaby Burning (http://www.amazon.com/Burnaby-Burning-Gordon-McFadden/dp/1480144452), my breakout novel.

Jan’s Paperbacks (https://www.facebook.com/janspaperbacks http://www.janspaperbacks.com/) is hosting the event on June 22 from 1pm to 4pm.  Fellow author Mark Shaff will be there signing his latest release as well.  See http://www.janspaperbacks.com/event/mark-shaff-and-gordon-mcfadden-book-signing for more details. Jan’s paperbacks is located at 18095 SW Tualatin Valley Highway, in Aloha, OR. ( http://mapq.st/11JrXup ).

Please come out, say “Hi” and check out a copy of Burnaby Burning.

Thanks,

Gord

Holy Cats!! My book is in a real book store!!!

Burnaby Burning ( click here for the books page ), is now on the shelves of a real brick and mortar book store.  Dead Write Books in Vancouver  BC is stocking Burnaby Burning.  I am so excited!! Go there. Buy a copy.  It’s a very good read according to several readers.

Dead Write Books is located in the west end of Vancouver on West 10th.  Their web site is http://www.deadwrite.com/dw.html

Recognized as an author!!!

Yesterday, I was recognized in public as an author.

No kidding!!  Me.

Here’s the exciting story.  I was shipping a package to Canada and the proprietor of the shipping store looked at me and uttered the words all new authors want to hear. “Hey, are you the author of this book you are shipping?”  I was in heaven. The fact that he had the book, with my name on it, my credit card, my driver license, the shipping manifest, the customs declaration and I was holding a sign (all of which also had my name on it) sisn;t detract from the moment at all. Now I know how Stephen King feels when he goes out in public……

I guess I need to move to a gated community and change my phone number.