This in-store event with Jo Kaplan is free to attend! It will also be streamed through Crowdcast for those unable to attend in person. This event will consist of a 30-minute discussion with the author, followed by a book signing line.
Purchasing your copy of WHEN THE NIGHT BELLS RING or any of the author’s other available books through Mysterious Galaxy will get you a ticket for the priority signing line after the author discussion has concluded. Purchasing your books through us allows us to continue to host author events like this one, so we thank you in advance for your support! If you have not purchased a book through us, you can still get books signed, but will have to wait until the end after the priority signing line has finished.
Mysterious Galaxy's virtual events are hosted on Crowdcast. Click here to register for the event and here to view our virtual code of conduct. Accessibility: Real-time captioning for all Crowdcast events is available via Google Chrome. For enabling captions, please follow this guide. More info here.
If you are not attending the event, you can still purchase a signed book!
Just add the author’s book to your cart and put that you’d like a signed copy in the order comments on the checkout screen, along with the desired personalization (i.e., “To Mysty”). Personalization requests for anything beyond a name, like a note, quote, or doodle, are up to the author’s discretion and are not guaranteed.
Please note, online orders must be placed by 12:00pm Pacific Time on the day of the event, October 13th. To order a book after this time, or to add/modify a personalization request on an existing order, please call the store at 619-539-7137.
About WHEN THE NIGHT BELLS RING
Don't awaken what sleeps in the dark.
In a future ravaged by fire and drought, two climate refugees ride their motorcycles across the wasteland of the western US, and stumble upon an old silver mine. Descending into the cool darkness of the caved-in tunnels in desperate search of water, the two women find Lavinia Cain’s diary, a settler in search of prosperity who brought her family to Nevada in the late 1860s.
But Lavinia and the settlers of the Western town discovered something monstrous that dwells in the depths of the mine, something that does not want greedy prospectors disturbing the earth. Whispers of curses and phantom figures haunt the diary, and now, over 150 years later, trapped and injured in the abandoned mine, the women discover they’re not alone . . . with no easy way out.
The monsters are still here—and they’re thirsty.