A week from today, on May 2 at 7 p.m., I’ll be talking about the message of my book (and some about religion) at Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina (yes, it was named after Daniel Boone). You can see the announcement here for details and the venue.
I’m excited to be going for several reasons: ASU is a very good liberal arts school, which I’ve never visited; the mountains of western North Carolina are beautiful, and it will be spring; the organizers have planned an awesome series of restaurant visits for me, and I’ll get to hike up Grandfather Mountain to whet my appetite.
I doubt that there are many readers in that neck of the woods, but if you’re nearby, come on in, y’all! They will be selling copies of WEIT, which I’ll autograph after my talk, and there will be a secret word (revealed on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week) which, if you say it to me, will get you a cat drawn in your book as well. If you want to be prepared, the ASU bookstore has been selling the book for several weeks.
Thanks to Professor Howie Neufeld for organizing my visit and the noms.