Does your family have “leftover day”? Like where you go through the fridge and either score the last hamburger or end up with beans and bananas and existential dread?
I promise this leftover day on my blog will be better than that because I have leftover book stock from the convention! I’m offering signed copies at the convention discount (+shipping). There are even some scratch and dent copies too. 😉
(Sorry, this is a sell-y post. If you don’t want to read it, just scroll to the end where I philosophize on why bags of rice seem to multiply in the back of the fridge.)
Kiera (Buy link, what a surprise)
The Twin Arrows (You can buy a convention-priced, signed copy here.)
As far as scratch and dent goes, I currently have a ton. 😉 I’ve had several bad printings of The Treasure Hunt lately (working to fix that), but in the meantime, I have all these perfectly readable but not perfect looking 1/2 price copies for ya. 😉
I also have four copies of Kiera that turned out practically perfect in every way except this weird little spot on the front page… (If you want, I draw over it with a really cool picture of a flower or a Gargoyle even.)
And I do have one copy of The Twin Arrows that didn’t pass muster, but the speckles on the front page wouldn’t show up in a picture, so you’ll just have to trust me on that. 😛 (Obligatory link for that)
So, there you are! If you missed the convention but want a signed copy a dollar or two less than on Amazon, now’s your chance! 😉
Also, why do you think rice seems to multiply in the back of the fridge? Without fail, there are at least two Ziploc bags in there, and I didn’t think we ate rice that often. O.o.
(A note to my international buddies–I will ship to you but the shipping you pay will be a lot higher. Sorry about that. 😦 I’d live in England if I could! 😉 If you’re still in, contact me, and we’ll discuss what the rate will be.)