More Copies of DYING IS MY BUSINESS Spotted in the Wild

Manhattanites, you’re in luck! Today’s edition of “Spotted in the Wild” takes place exclusively in your borough of our fair city!


Here’s Dying Is My Business on the New Fiction table at the Barnes & Noble on 46th Street and Fifth Avenue! As you can see from the sticker (awkwardly placed over half of Jonathan Maberry’s very kind blurb), their stock is now signed by yours truly! Go get some! Also, stacking my book right next to the new paperback of Joe Hill’s NOS4A2? I’ll take it!


Here’s Dying Is My Business on the New Fiction table of the 86th Street and Lexington Avenue B&N! These, too, are signed, as you can tell from the sticker that has been placed just as awkwardly over half of my name. (I’m going to stop worrying about sticker placement before it drives me crazy!)

Fun fact: The 86th and Lex B&N is the only store to ever ask me for I.D. when I told them I wrote the book and offered to sign their stock! I asked the bookseller if she’d ever asked an author for I.D. and it turned out they were lying. She said no, never. Which I guess makes it sort of like those new voter I.D. laws. (To be fair, she also said it was a personal policy, not company policy, and she asks for I.D. mostly because she thinks it’s fun.)

Anyway, if you Manhattan types happen to be in Midtown or on the Upper East Side and are looking for signed copies of Dying Is My Business, now you know where to go!

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