Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Forgotten Realms at University Book Store

Seattle fantasy authors Rosemary Jones and Erik Scott de Bie present, "How I lost a contest and ended up in Waterdeep," 7 p.m., Wed., July 8, at University Book Store, Seattle, reading from their new novels for Wizards of the Coast.

Both books written for the
Forgotten Realms series were handpicked by Ed Greenwood, the D&D campaign setting creator and celebrated author. The stories take place in Realms' greatest city, Waterdeep. Jones will read from her new novel, City of the Dead. She has also written Crypt of the Moaning Diamond in Forgotten Realms. De Bie reads from his latest novel, Downshadow. His other Realms' books are Ghostwalker and Depths of Madness.

Upcoming at University Book Store, in the U District, Seattle:
Jacqueline Carey, author of the Kushiel's Legacy series, reads from her very new novel (due out June 24),
Naamah's Kiss, 7 p.m., Mon., June 29.
Karen Joy Fowler, author of
Wit's End and The Jane Austen Book Club, reads as part of the Clarion West free summer series, 7 p.m., Tues., June 30.

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