Appearances, Presentations, and Book Signings

Author Steven T. Callan and friend at a book signing for his new book, The Game Warden's Son, at the Redding Sportsman's Expo, April 1, 2017

Scenes from a Book Signing: Redding Sportsman’s Expo

Author Steven T. Callan and friend at a book signing for his new book, The Game Warden's Son, at the Redding Sportsman's Expo, April 1, 2017

Last Saturday’s book signing at the Redding Sportsman’s Expo was a fun-filled day for Kathy and me. We made a lot of new friends and were elated to have so many old friends drop by from all over Northern California. It was heartwarming to receive so many kind words about my books.

Getting to know so many wonderful people who share our passion for nature and reconnecting with old friends are what this adventure is all about. Thanks so much to everyone for your support.

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Author Steven T. Callan and friends at the book signing for THE GAME WARDEN'S SON at the Chico Costco

Chico Costco Book Signing a Sellout

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at the book signing for THE GAME WARDEN'S SON at the Chico Costco

It was a day Kathy and I will not soon forget. Last Saturday’s Chico Costco book signing began with a friendly greeting from Jani, one of Costco’s outstanding staff members. Jani couldn’t have been more helpful and accommodating as we set about getting our table ready for the big event.

And then they came! Several longtime friends from Chico and Orland paid us a much-appreciated visit; it warmed our hearts to see so many of our old friends. We were also treated to visits from dozens of new friends.

To all who honored us by dropping by on Saturday, thank you so much. Visiting with you, learning your stories, and having your support made this adventure one we will always remember.

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Author Steven T. Callan and friends at a book signing for The Game Warden's Son at the Redding Costco Store on February 4, 2017

Redding Costco Book Signing a Sellout

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at a book signing for The Game Warden's Son at the Redding Costco Store on February 4, 2017

Last Saturday’s Redding Costco book signing was special for Kathy and me. We had the opportunity to visit with many old friends, lots of wonderful new friends, and even a few future game wardens. We also sold out in record time. Thank you, everyone!

The next stop on our book tour is the Chico Costco, Saturday, February 11; I’ll be signing copies of The Game Warden’s Son and Badges, Bears, and Eagles.

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Scenes from a Book Signing: International Sportsmen’s Expo, Sacramento

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at the book signing for The Game Warden's Son at the International Sportsmen's Expo in Sacramento

Kathy and I have wanted to do a book signing at the International Sportsmen’s Expo in Sacramento for several years now. Thanks to Chad Woods, owner and publisher of Nor Cal Fish Reports and My Outdoor Buddy, we had the opportunity last Saturday.

What a great time we had, meeting people from all over Northern and Central California and visiting with a few old friends. Thank you to all who stopped by.

Here are a few photos from this memorable day.

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at Callan's Chico Barnes and Noble Book Signing for The Game Warden's Son

Scenes from a Book Signing: Chico Barnes and Noble

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at Callan's Chico Barnes and Noble Book Signing for The Game Warden's Son

Kathy and I had a great time last Saturday at our Chico Barnes and Noble book signing. Longtime friends from Orland, Chico, and Fish and Game came by for a visit, and we made a passel of new friends. Thanks so much to everyone who dropped by. Thank you, also, to the staff at the Chico Barnes and Noble store for hosting our event.

Our next stops on the book tour are the Redding Writers Forum on January 14 and the International Sportsmen’s Expo in Sacramento on January 21.

Scenes from a Book Signing: Lassen Volcanic National Park (Author Steven T. Callan)

Scenes from a Book Signing: Lassen Volcanic National Park

Scenes from a Book Signing: Lassen Volcanic National Park (Author Steven T. Callan)

Last Saturday, Kathy and I had the pleasure of doing a book signing at Lassen Volcanic National Park‘s Art and Wine Festival. We had a ball signing books and meeting a lot of wonderful people. Thank you to all who came.

Thank you, also, to Melanie Allen and the Lassen Association for inviting us. As passionate supporters of our national parks, Kathy and I are honored to have The Game Warden’s Son in the bookstores of the Lassen Park visitor centers.

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at a book signing for The Game Warden's Son at the Pacific Flyway Decoy Association Festival

Scenes from a Book Signing: Pacific Flyway Decoy Association Festival

Author Steven T. Callan and friends at a book signing for The Game Warden's Son at the Pacific Flyway Decoy Association Festival

Kathy and I have always said that the best thing about giving presentations and doing book signings is the interesting people we have the opportunity to meet. Last weekend’s book signing at the Pacific Flyway Decoy Association’s 46th Annual Classic Wildlife Festival certainly validated that notion. Wildlife sculptors from all over California and the western U.S. gathered in Sacramento to showcase their talents.

Author Steven T. Callan shares information about The Game Warden's Son; Badges, Bears, and Eagles; and his career in wildlife protection with the Red Bluff Rotary

A Warm Welcome from Red Bluff Rotary

Author Steven T. Callan shares information about The Game Warden's Son; Badges, Bears, and Eagles; and his career in wildlife protection with the Red Bluff Rotary

Sharing information about The Game Warden’s Son; Badges, Bears, and Eagles; and my career in wildlife protection. Photos by Kathy Callan.

Thank you to Tom Amundson and the Red Bluff Rotary for making my presentation yesterday a real pleasure. Kathy and I received a warm welcome and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.

We were also impressed to learn of all the community service projects performed by this exceptional group. They are truly an asset to their community.