Some states seem to lure writers to them with abandon-- or at least to encourage those living there to write intriguing tales set there. Montana is one of those states. Chad Dundas' first mystery, The Blaze, has received so much good press that Denis and I just had to head on over to our favorite bookstore to see him. Once we were there, we learned two things: (1) some former Montanans came to see him, too, and (2) I was so excited at being out of the house for a non-medical reason that I'd forgotten to bring my voice recorder, and I didn't have any paper to take notes. Oops!
|Chad Dundas talking with a fellow Montanan.|
So here is a photo that I took at the event, and-- even more important-- a link to the event on The Poisoned Pen Bookstore's Youtube channel.
I may be doing more of the events I attend like this depending on how my leg is doing. I hope you don't mind. It takes a lot of time for me to sit and transcribe the event from a voice recording (especially if a cougher was sitting close by or the author didn't hold the microphone properly).
However, if you really don't care for this type of sharing, let me know. I know that not everyone has the time or the incentive to watch videos.