Come Join Me at the Texas Book Festival

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If any of you are going to be in the Austin, TX. area this weekend, October 17-18, stop by the Texas Book Festival and say hi! And please feel free to bring your copies of Necromancer Awakening for me to sign.Texas Book Festival

I’ll be in booth #402, on the west side of the Capitol, dangerously close to a gyro stand and an ATM. I’ll be the guy in the grease-stained t-shirt (grease stains courtesy of the gyro stand I mentioned).

Annual book festival held in Austin, featuring authors of the year’s best books in and around the State Capitol, with panels, readings, children’s activities, music, and more.

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About Nat Russo

Nat Russo is the Amazon #1 Bestselling Fantasy author of Necromancer Awakening. Nat was born in New York, raised in Arizona, and has lived just about everywhere in-between. He’s gone from pizza maker, to radio DJ, to Catholic seminarian (in a Benedictine monastery, of all places), to police officer, to software engineer. His career has taken him from central Texas to central Germany, where he worked as a defense contractor for Northrop Grumman. He's spent most of his adult life developing software, playing video games, running a Cub Scout den, gaining/losing/gaining/losing weight, and listening to every kind of music under the sun. Along the way he managed to earn a degree in Philosophy and a black belt in Tang Soo Do. He currently makes his home in central Texas with his wife, teenage son, and mischievous beagle.

Nat RussoCome Join Me at the Texas Book Festival

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  1. BarbarianWriter

    Unfortunately, I moved away from Central Texas 3 years ago. I sure do wish I had known about events such as this while I lived there. I might try to get my Sister to go and look you up, though! lol

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