Signed Editions of My Books? With Free Shipping!

Want a signed copy of one of my books? Here’s the place to get it!

Oh, and the prices below include FREE SHIPPING in the United States, and include all taxes. For international readers, international postage rates apply (usually around $26 — contact me with your location for an exact quote. And yes, I realize that’s crazy).

The prices (in U.S. dollars) are:

Three Truths and a Lie (hardcover): $17.99

The Thing I Didn’t Know I Didn’t Know (trade paperback): $13.99

Barefoot in the City of Broken Dreams (trade paperback): $13.99

The Road to Amazing (trade paperback): $13.99

Geography Club (mass market paperback): $9.99

The Order of the Poison Oak (trade paperback): $10.99

Double Feature (trade paperback): $12.99

The Elephant of Surprise (trade paperback): $12.99

The Russel Middlebrook Series, all four books: $43 (a $3.96 discount)

  • Geography Club (mass market paperback)
  • The Order of the Poison Oak (trade paperback)
  • Double Feature (trade paperback)
  • The Elephant of Surprise (trade paperback)

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Russel Middlebrook: The Futon Years, all three books: $39 (a $2.97 discount)

  • The Thing I Didn’t Know I Didn’t Know (trade paperback)
  • Barefoot in the City of Broken Dreams (trade paperback)
  • The Road to Amazing (trade paperback)

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Grand & Humble (trade paperback): $11.99

Shadow Walkers (mass market paperback): $9.95

The Last Chance Texaco (hardcover): $12 (discounted from a cover price of $15.99)

Project Sweet Life (hardcover): $12 (discounted from a cover price of $16.99)

Again, prices include FREE SHIPPING, no minimum order (in the U.S.), and include all taxes.

Drop me an email if interested!

Or send a check (payable to Buddha Kitty, Inc.) to:

Brent Hartinger
PO Box 30542
Seattle WA 98113

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2 Responses to “Signed Editions of My Books? With Free Shipping!”

  1. Chad Cornwell 25 February 2016 at 10:07 am #

    If you don't have Brent Hartinger's books yet, you are MISSING OUT! A great voice for young adult readers….necessary reads for LGBT students and allies. Our GSA club watches Geography Club every year. It's an important part of encouraging and supporting our students on campus

    • bhartinger 25 February 2016 at 7:00 pm #

      Thanks, Chad! Great to hear.


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