UPDATE: The cover story this week is the introduction to my Taco USA, to whet appetites so ustedes can go to any number of my book signings. It starts in outer space then descends into the hilarious hell that was my 2010 debate in Denver with Tom Tancredo. AND there's an extra bonus: an adapted excerpt from the book on how Doritos were invented in Disneyland by Mexicans. Man, is there anything we can't do except have small families and graduate from high school? See you next week!
ORIGINAL POST, Mar. 28, 8:30 AM: Over at our Stick a Fork in It blog, I've been pimping out my latest book, Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America, for nearly a year, so I might as well do it here as well, you know? It's dropping April 10, with the first OC book signing at the Fullerton Public Library on April 12.
This will be my third book, after the best-selling ¡Ask a Mexican! and not-so-selling Orange County: A Personal History. Will this one sell? We'll see...
The details: Fullerton Public Library, 353 W. Commonwealth Ave. Fullerton, (714) 738-6333; 7 p.m. Lecture, FREE; books, BARATO! See you there!
And for those of you who don't live in Orange County, here's the full schedule so far...
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