Launches and Signings for Dead Bird through the Cat Door!

As my bloggowers know Dead Bird through the Cat Door the second in the Megabyte Mystery series (Gumboot Books), will drop shortly (that's publishing lingo y'all)!

The Kindle version was just posted! 

The book launch will be in Calgary, and there will be a couple of signings in Edmonton and Calgary.

The Calgary launch is:
Saturday November 27th at 2:00 pm at
Owl’s Nest Book Store (In the Britannia Shopping Plaza)
815A-49 Ave. S.W.
Calgary, T2S 1G8
(403) 287-9557 
I now have a reputation for having great turnouts at my launch given how successful the launch was last year. So hopefully my local, loyal bloggowers will be able to come out again this year!

Come out and hear me read from the new book and have a piece of cake.

 Yes, There will be cake! (... just saying!)
Book signings: If you can’t make the launch and still want to get a book signed I’ll be at the following venues for signings:

Friday November 19th from 5:00 – 9:00 pm
Chapters/Indigo in the Spectrum (Sunridge) Shopping Centre
2555-32nd Street NE, Calgary
Sunday November 21st from 12 noon - 4:00 pmSignal Hill Indigo5570 Signal Hill Centre SW, Calgary

Sunday November 28th from 12 noon – 5:00 pm
Indigo North Town
9450 – 137 Ave. NW, Edmonton

Saturday, December 4, 12:00 — 5:00 pm
Writers Guild of Alberta Presents: The Book Lover Christmas sale
Stanley A. Milner, Centennial Room (downstairs from the main floor)
7 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton

Here’s a synopsis of Dead Bird through the Cat Door:
Dead birds? Stolen cats? C’est what? When Cyd and Jane’s cat Yin gets kidnapped – that’s when it gets personal.
Once again, Cyd and her animal loving twin Jane are up to their bird beaks in intrigue cracking the latest Megabyte Mystery. The director of the bird sanctuaryAviary Finch, is stealing cats to kill birds.

The twins use the latest technology and 
Shakespeare’s Macbeth to help crack the case. Methinks the culprits doth protest too much! Will Cyd and Jane save the sanctuary, free the birds, and return the cats to their natural habitat of their owners’ laps? It’s predator eats predator when evil meets crazy!
If you’re on Face Book, twitter or have a blog please spread the word!

Thanks to my bloggowers for their ongoing support!

After the launch you can sit in a chair like this
one made out of books and read my book!


Katie Anderson said…
Sounds very exciting. Hope it all goes well!
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Katie! It is exciting!
LTM said…
sounds like so much fun! :o) Thanks, Jan~
Dawn said…
Yay! Can't wait. Posted an update on the YABS news site :-)
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Dawn, I'll check itout! I plan to have fun this month Leigh!
Talli Roland said…
I wish I was back in Canada, Jan! I'd be there with bells on. I'll be sending you lots of positive twinkly vibes, though!
Jan Markley said…
Aww, thanks Talli! You're awesome!
Angela said…
I so wish I could be there!
Have a blast!

ps my word verification was "geakies" - the computers know me!
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Angela! I'm sure it will be a blast. Love your verification word!
Angela Ackerman said…
I will try to make it to the Owl's nest! :)

Angela @ The Bookshelf Muse
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Angela! It would be great to see you there!
Erin MacPherson said…
Very exciting. Huge congrats on all of your releases, signings.
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Erin! I appreciate the support!
bridget said…
LIkewise Jan. If I could cross the pond, I'd be there and then I'd sit in that chair. And what a chair by the way! Is it yours?
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Bridget! It isn't my chair. I found the snap on the internet. Good idea though. There are also desks made out of books!
Lola Sharp said…
CONGRATS!!! SO exciting!
I wish I was in Canada so I could visit one of your signings...and sit in that fabulous book chair. :)

The book looks so fun. I even love you synopsis. :)

Good luck!!!
Jan Markley said…
Thanks Lola. It is a fun book! It was fun writing it. There are parts that make me laugh out loud each time I read it and I know when they are coming since I wrote the darn thing!