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Geeky Inspiration

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Just found this on the interwebs and I was so jazzed. Night of the Living Trekkies inspired a designer in the UK to create a Halloween card. I wish I could have thirty, or so.
EmKay Designs.


If you are in the Southern California area, and would like me to scribble my name on a copy of Night of the Living Trekkies for you then you're in luck.

We have two Book signings coming up at Inland Empire Borders, in October.

October 16th, 2010
Borders - Book Signing
12423 Limonite Ave.
Mira Loma, CA 91752
Starting at 2 pm

October 23rd, 2010
Borders
- Book Signing
3615 Riverside Plaza Drive
Riverside, CA 92506
Starting at 4 pm

No info on ZomBcon in Seattle yet. I think I'm going. We'll see. Okay, back to work.

Book Trailer - Night of the Living Trekkies

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I'm gonna make this fast because I feel horrible. My kids are sick, I'm sick - lots of fun here at the Anderson homestead. But I dragged myself to the laptop to blog because the book trailer was released today, and honestly, its everything I'd hoped it would be. Blood, Guts, and Trekkies - Click to watch The folks over at Techland did a review of the trailer - Book Trailer Bloody Good Fun. The Press Enterprise (largest paper in the Inland Empire -S.Cal) ran a piece on me this mooring. Star Trek, Zombies Mix in Inland Man's Novel - I really need to get some professionally taken - head shots. Okay, that's enough, back to bed.

Raise the Shields! Unnecessary Close-Up!

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Warning: Noses in newspapers may appear larger than they really are.

Night of the Living Trekkies is officially out, and there have been some very nice write-ups and reviews.

Articles Zombies plus Trekkies. What could go wrong? The L.A. TimesTrekkie goes where no zombies have gone before The NC Times / The CalifornianRomero meets Roddenberry in ‘Night of the Living Trekkies’ The L.A. Times
Reviews The ZombiePhiles - Book ReviewSciFi London - Book ReviewSciFi Guy - Book ReviewSFX - Book ReviewThe Inside Trekker - Book ReviewAfter looking at my picture in the NC Times I really wished I’d spend the $60 it would have cost to get a professional head shot taken. My wife says I’m a cheap bastard, but I prefer the term “thrifty” – derived from the name of the Roman Emperor, Thrifticus Maximus, who of course was a cheap bastard.

I’m extremely excited about the Book Trailer coming out in a week or so. Yes, Book Trailer! Quirk Books has done an amazing job with these trailers, my favorite being the …