Nick Scott and Noa Gavin's latest update for Practical Applications For Multiverse Theory

Apr 4, 2016


Most of you have received your copies of the book and are reading like your life depended on it (BECAUSE IT DOES). That or you’re enjoying a new piece of clutter on your desk. Either way, thanks for supporting us.

Speaking of supporting us, don’t forget to leave a review once you’re done reading on Amazon (open for reviews starting 4/19) and Goodreads (open for reviews NOW), or anywhere else that allows customer reviews. If you pre-ordered a book but have yet to receive yours, please contact Inkshares.

Now that we’ve got the obligatory “please review our book” reminders out of the way, we would like to cordially invite you to our BOOK BIRTHDAY PARTY. We’ll be having a reading/Q&A/signing at The Wild Detectives in the Bishop Arts District on Tuesday, April 19th at 7:30PM. We assume that it will look, like most literary events, something like this:

So please join us for a night of no-holds-barred drunkenness, hilarity, decisions you’ll regret in the morning, and get your books signed! For more information check out The Wild Detectives website and be sure to RSVP via the Facebook event.

Also, enjoy the headshots that The Wild Dectectives must have found in some dark corner of the internet.

We’ve haven’t gotten a ton of requests for interviews, but we did get invited on some show called Book Talk. Despite not being able to find anything about it anywhere online, we agreed to go on be interviewed by the show’s host, Feel Landsburg. Here are the results: Book Talk w/ Feel Landsburg.

Hope to see you at the book party and if we don’t you’re dead to us,

Nick & Noa

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