November 13-19 is Transgender Awareness Week. I’ve never shared this story with anyone before, mostly because it’s not really mine to tell, but also because it’s not exactly my proudest moment. But it informs some of what I’m trying to accomplish in my writing and will hopefully explain my perspective on why transgender awareness is so important.
It wasn’t technically a signing, and it wasn’t technically a book, but it may foreshadow the future of book signings.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted an update to let everyone know what’s happening in the Fishbone Literary Universe. I’m sorry for the radio silence. I’ll try to do better going forward. Here’s where we stand at the end of June 2017: Today, June 30th, is World Asteroid Day. Out of an estimated million-plus asteroids… Continue reading Your June 2017 Check-In
In April 2016, the Nashoba Valley Voice published a feature about future books in my Galaxy Games series moving from Tu Books to Spellbound River Press: GROTON — A switch in publishers has not slowed local children’s author Greg Fishbone as he takes his successful “Galaxy Games” books for middle-grade readers — from outer space to inner space… Continue reading Moving the Galaxy to Spellbound River Press
I received an entire box of The Amorphous Assassin, just in time for a book signing at Groton, Massachusetts’s Bliss Bakery as part of a Local Business Night Out sponsored by the Deluxe Corporation. It was the first time this title went on sale, and easily the best-smelling book signing I’ve ever done, thanks to… Continue reading Thank you, Bliss Bakery!
If you followed the link to my SCBWI Book Blast, you may have already clicked onward to a preview of the first two chapters of The Amorphous Assassin on my publisher’s website. If not, here’s your chance! The book opens at a practice of Earth’s Galaxy Games team in an empty Beijing National Stadium at nighttime. Two years… Continue reading Free Galaxy Games Preview