Tuesday, June 3, 2008

With a Hope of Making Sense

I posted a few more reviews in the links section, as well as a last minute appearance in the calendar section. If you happen to be in the Waterford, Connecticut area this Saturday around 1 p.m., stop by the local Borders, where I will be signing and discussing zombies.

P.S.--we will be raffling off one of those too-cool Generation Dead T-shirts that are all the rage these days.

Don't be caught dead--mwuh-haha-ha-ha!--without one.


Anonymous said...


I recently purchased your book 'Generation Dead' and I am loving it! I hope you have more. My mom and I both loved the part about the living impared.... It sounds a lot like my highschool (minus the living impared!!!) Have a great Day...

[p.s. let me know if you will ever have a book signing in virginia... ^^]

BloggingBooksGalore said...

so jealous! want a t-shirt but I live in michigan and have no way to get out there. sigh.

and I was wondering if you are able to get me any signed bookplates? I saw a few of my middle schoolers and they got all geeked when I told them I had your book. I'm sure it will be claimed upon my arrival the starting day of camp. Anyway...with all the enthusiasm I am planning on buying a copy as part of my "reader reward challenge" prizes and would love to be able to give them one with a signed book plate or something in it.


Unknown said...

will you be writing a second version to generation dead?

Tasha said...

Wow!! You wrote a completely amazing book! I fell in love with it from the beginning and absolutely couldn't put it down. I'm hoping there will be more in the series!!

Also I posted my review of it up on my blog!

Daniel Waters said...

Hi Panini!


Take care,

Hi Tasha!

Thanks for the good press! I really appreciate it and will post a link to your cool site.

Take care,

Anonymous said...

Is there going to be a sequel to Generation Dead? I finished in two days and am hungry for more...and I really sympathize with Tommy and Phoebe. I want more of the story! Although...my friends say this is weird, but...I didn't flinch when Adam died. But I nearly started crying about it later on, when I felt invisible. I don't know why it took that long to react, but it did. I guess...it took a while to sink in.

Oh, and let me know if you'll ever be in NJ! I'd love to meet you.