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Anne Rice Signing The Wolf Gift 2/16!

Anne Rice is one of my favorite authors. One of the greats before the Twilight phenomenon. And while I was one of the skeptics when she wrote her last Vampire Chronicles book, "Blood Canticle," and swore she would never write about them again.

She then wrote about the life of Jesus, a memoir, and then about Angels.

Now she's taking the next step into werewolf territory with The Wolf Gift.

It arrives on Valentine's Day for all the lonely hearts who need to curl up with a good book. And if you're in the Tri-State area, Anne Rice will be signing her latest book on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at the Barnes & Noble in Midtown Manhattan at 12:30PM.

I recommend calling ahead to see how B&N will structure the signing - whether they will have wristbands for guarantees or if there is a set number they'll give out.

Either way, you will be reading a good book.

Anne Rice's The Wolf Gift Book Signing
February 16th, 2012
555 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10017


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