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Warren Murphy Book Signing/Fan Appreciation Event

Posted in Book Signing, Destroyer books, Molly Cochran, Warren Murphy on September 12, 2013 by sunnyjoedale

On Saturday Sept 14th, 2013, NY Times Bestselling author Warren Murphy will be appearing at the Meyera E. Oberndorf Central Library “Formerly known as the Central Library” in Virginia Beach, VA.

Murphy, whose resume lists nearly 200 books, numerous Edgar and Shamus awards, screenwriting credits, and more, asks that fans limit themselves to bringing 3 items from home for autographing. Books will be available for purchase at the event.

The first 50 fans to arrive will receive a gift bag with a special signed edition of Murphy’s first book “Created The Destroyer” just for this event.

If you are a fan of the “Destroyer” series, “Lethal Weapon”, “Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins”, “Legacy”, “Trace” (AKA “Digger”), you’ll want to stop by.
This event happens to fall on Murphy’s 80th birthday weekend, so come on out and wish him a happy birthday and see what new stuff he’s been up to!

Here’s an excerpt from another talk Warren gave several years ago:

Warren and Molly could use your help

Posted in Books, Molly Cochran, Warren Murphy on September 22, 2012 by sunnyjoedale
Warren Murphy and Molly Cochran could use your help with some promotion. The Temple Dogs and The Forever KingĀ were recently reissued with new covers, but because they’re a reissue, reviews from earlier editions on Amazon aren’t there. If they start selling more, Amazon would be willing to do some publicity for them. What you can do: 1) like the book (the little icon to the right near the customer review numbers); 2) write a review (or copy and paste if you’ve reviewed the earlier edition); 3) add a tag, or put a check mark next to the tags you agree with; 4) post something on Facebook, Twitter and/or Pinterest (when you hit that ‘like’ button there, a box comes up that will post something to one of those sites).

Anything that generates interest in The Temple Dogs and The Forever King will help publicize future books when they are published.