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Good morning, Accidental Army! With only 13 days left until The Accidental Terrorist's official release date, I figure it's time to give you your marching orders—er, marching suggestions, really—about how and where to purchase a copy of your very own.

Yes, the print versions of the memoir will be widely available through online retailers, including Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and more. You preferers-of-pixels can pre-order the ebook now for Kindle, iBooks, Kobo, and more.

The King's English Bookshop, Salt Lake City, UT
But if you'd like to support the book and support a local business in your own area, I would urge you to follow this link to Indiebound.org and place an order with your nearest independent bookstore:


When you order, select the option of picking up the book in-store. Then, when you go in to get it, be sure to tell the staff how much you've been looking forward to The Accidental Terrorist. Your enthusiasm—especially if more than one of you hit that same store—may just prompt the staff to check it out too, and possibly to decide to stock it or even feature it as a staff pick!

Yes, you are critical to the success of this book, Accidental Army! I've started a list below of bookstores I know and love. If one of those is in your neighborhood, consider ordering your copy there. Or, if you have a bookstore suggestion, please let me know at feedback@shunn.net, or on Twitter or Facebook, and I'll add it to the list. And thanks!

San Francisco: Green Apple Books

Denver: Tattered Cover

Chicago (Andersonville): Women & Children First
Chicago (Hyde Park): 57th Street Books
Chicago (Lincoln Square): The Book Cellar

Brooklyn (Greenpoint): Word
Queens (Astoria): Astoria Bookshop (my neighborhood bookstore!)

Salt Lake City: The King's English Bookshop

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