It’s been a crazy 48 hours here at 18to88. A server switchover has caused immense headaches, some lost articles, and a lot of wasted time.
Still, I’m reasonably certain that everything is back to normal. If you’ve commented on something in the past 48 hours, the comment record is probably gone. I can assure you that I’ve read anything you’ve said, and I apologize for the loss of some good conversations.
Today, I’m going to sit back and enjoy the World Cup games, but first let me update you on Blue Blood.
First, I have a book signing to announce:
On Friday, July 30 from noon-2 pm I’ll be at Teapots N Treasures at 7 Market Street (almost right on the Circle). The owner, Donna, has books on sale now, so if you are downtown, stop in and say hi. The nice thing about this signing is it’s extremely chick friendly, so impress your wife or girlfriend by saying you are taking her to a down town antique store for a book signing. By the time she figures it out, it’ll be too late!
I’ll be scheduling at least one other book signing while I’m in the States; I’ll make sure it is in the evening to accommodate the gainfully employed. I’m coming home this week, so if you’ve been promised a signed copy of the book, I’ll get them in the mail by Friday.
You can also purchase copies of Blue Blood at the Dunlevy family store, Metro Arborist Supplies at 7055 Coffman Road. That’s just off 71st and Georgetown up in Pike Township. Luke (Demond) is there everyday, so stop in, buy a book and pick up a chainsaw while you are at it. I’m sure my brother would be happy to sign some climbing rope for you.
I’ll hopefully be doing some radio interviews next week, so be on the listen for me on the Indianapolis airways.
Finally, I’m working up a post for Monday about how fans are ‘born’. If you have a story or anecdote about how you became a Colts fan and you want to share it, drop me an email at email@example.com. Don’t post it in the comments here.