Appearance: Left Bank Books, Wednesday, February 16, 7pm CT (8pm EST)

Hey everyone! I have news. Book news. Appearance-based book news, even. Thanks to the (incredibly rapidly approaching) release of Three Left Turns to Nowhere and the (incredibly wonderful) Left Bank Books, I get to put my mug on the internet alongside my (incredibly talented) fellow authors Jeffrey Ricker and J. Marshall Freeman in a conversation with an (incredibly gracious) host, Shane Mullen. If you don’t know Left Bank Books, they are a Saint Louis bookstore beloved by the aforementioned Jeffrey Ricker (who is the author of our trio not from Ontario who wrote a character who is not from Ontario because he’s clever like that). Left Bank Books is the oldest and largest independently-owned full-line bookstore in St. Louis, and they offer a full-line of new and used books, gifts, cards, magazines, toys and services.

And us. They offer us. Or, rather, they’ll be offering us on February 16th at 7pm CT (that’s St. Louis’s time zone, it’ll be 8pm EST for those in my orange-slice of the globe). To head on over to said events page to get all the rest of the details, you can simply click here. (The link to the Facebook event is here.)

I hope to see you there! Bring questions, if you’ve got ’em, and get prepared for likely two very erudite writers of YA (and also me)!


Three strangers heading to a convention in Toronto are stranded in rural Ontario, where a small town with a subtle kind of magic leads each to discover what he’s been searching for.

Ed Sinclair and his friends get stuck in Hopewell after their car breaks down. It’s snark at first sight when he meets local mechanic Lyn, but while they’re getting under each other’s skin, the town might show them a way into one another’s hearts.

Rome Epstein is out and proud and clueless about love. He’s hosting a giant scavenger hunt at the convention, but ends up in Hopewell. When the town starts leaving him clues for its own scavenger hunt, he discovers a boy who could be the prize he’s been searching for.

Fielding Roy has a gift for seeing the past. His trip to reunite with friends hits an unexpected stop in Hopewell, but a long-lost love letter and two local boys give him a chance to do more than watch the past. This time, Fielding might be able to fix the present.

Three Left Turns to Nowhere, by Jeffrey Ricker, J. Marshall Freeman, and ‘Nathan Burgoine

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