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Christopher Moore Book Launch with FREE Food and Booze

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Skull and Bones band-aid huh? Well played miss vampire. Well played.

I’ve been meaning to read Christopher Moore’s books for a long time.  The dude has like 10 of them, so you’d think I’d have gotten around to it by now.  Plus my best friend, Jeremy, has read most of them and says he’ll let me borrow one.  But you know how that goes, I always end up forgetting to grab one when we’re at his house watching the Chargers blow yet another playoff game.

Anyways, I know a lot of you have read his stuff, especially since most of them take place in SF.  I’m willing to bet he lives here too because he’s having a launch party for his new book Bite Me at Books Inc. tomorrow night.  He’ll be reading and signing books.

And shit, even if you haven’t read any of Christopher Moore’s books  you should still go anyways because there’s gonna be FREE hors d’oeuvres and wine.  Personally, while I love FREE hors d’oeuvres, I hate trying to write the dame word.  Why can’t French be phonetic so I could just write “whore-derbs” instead of having google help me find the proper spelling?  Damn you Frenchies!

Christopher Moore Book Launch
Books Inc. in Opera Plaza
601 Van Ness @ Golden Gate
Tuesday 3/23
FREE wine and Whore-Derbs

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