Snapped a quick photo at Jason’s most recent book signing. I sat in the back and enjoyed the girls next to me discussing how he was ‘author handsome’. (I thought that was just my thing, but ok.) Yesterday The New York Times and NPR called for interviews, and today he’s in Concord doing a radio show. So cool.
Today’s the day. Jason’s new book is out!
Cover art for my husband’s latest book: The New York Grimpendium: A Guide to Macabre and Ghastly Sites. Should be in stores starting September. Look for it and let me know if/when you spot it!
Jason’s second book will be out in just a few months, and he was kind enough to let me do his picture for the back cover. :)
My husband created this video, and even if someone else had I’d still say it’s completely awesome. I love that I’m still genuinely impressed by him.
So did you watch it? What did you think?
Barnes & Noble here in southern New Hampshire just set up their Halloween table, and it is so cool to see my husband’s book on it. Has anyone else seen it in their town’s bookstore?
Mr. Ocker. Husband, author extraordinaire.
We visited Trundle Manor a few months ago while we were in Pittsburgh. I loved it, but I don’t even know how to describe this place. Here’s what my husband had to say. His article is featured on BoingBoing today so I think this strange little place won’t be a secret much longer.
But feel free to check my math.
I’m getting somewhat used to seeing my husband in newspapers and magazines lately, but seeing him on today’s front page with a ZOMBIELAND! headline is pretty neat.
My fellow Halloween and all-things-Autumn lovers: you have to check out this blog. For the love of Ray Bradbury, you have to.
Pretty sure seeing my husband’s book on the shelf at Barnes & Noble will never, ever get old.
Something Wicked This Way Comes by Ray Bradbury. Required Autumn reading.
"Every page is a crackling brown leaf, blown about on orchard- and bonfire-scented winds. Every bit of description is painfully evocative, extraordinarily vivid. It’s a melancholy, bittersweet little tale, much like Autumn itself." (Excerpt from jwocker.com's Halloween blog, which features this photo of mine.)