Robert J. Sawyer

Hugo and Nebula Award-Winning Science Fiction Writer

The Rollback book tour comes to an end

by Rob - May 28th, 2007.
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And so, with the end of Oasis 20, the SF convention in Orlando, Florida, at which I was one of the Guests of Honor this weekend, the book tour for Rollback, my 17th novel, comes to an end.

From Vancouver, B.C., to Washington, D.C.; from Toronto to Denver; from Calgary to Orlando — 18 cities all across the continent: signings, readings, and talks; two convention guest-of-honorships; lots of radio, TV, newspaper, and magazine interviews; a bunch of bestsellers’ list appearances; and a whole lot of fun spread over six amazing, exhilarating, exhausting weeks.

Special thanks to Carolyn Clink, who did enormous work organizing the tour; Janis Ackroyd, my publicist at H.B. Fenn and Company; Alexis Saarela, my publicist at Tor; Harold Fenn of H.B. Fenn and Tom Doherty of Tor Books; Mike Brett-Surman and Kim Moeller; Randy McCharles; Paul Schuch; the Library of Congress; the Saskatchewan Library Association; the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers; Genrecon; Oasis; all the booksellers; all the librarians; all the journalists; and to Rob’s Angels — the wonderful women who helped out as my handlers across Canada: Bonnie Jean Mah in Vancouver, Barb Galler-Smith in Edmonton, Kirstin Morrell in Calgary, and Bev Geddes in Winnipeg. The tour would have been impossible without all of you! THANK YOU!

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