Archive for the ‘Book Blog’ Category

Lake Geneva Author Fest

I’ll be signing books at the annual Lake Geneva Beachside Author Fest, Saturday July 8, 10am-4pm. This fun outdoor event is set on the grounds of the Lake Geneva Public Library, 918 W Main Street, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.

Chicago Tribune Printers Row Lit Fest 2017

June 10 – 11, 10am – 6pm. Fabulous outdoor Lit Fest in historic Printers Row, South Dearborn between Congress and Polk.  Music stages, great food, and over 100 booksellers from around the country, plus more than 200 authors in a variety of programs. I’ll be signing books at the Red Anemone Books table next to […]

Barrington Library Author Event

April 22 – Book signings at Barrington Library, 505 N. Northwest Highway, Barrington: Noon – 2PM


Red Anemone Books is once again participating in the fabulous Chicago Book Expo. It’s a wonderful event for writers, publishers, and shoppers looking for the the perfect gifts for birthdays, Christmas, and Hanukkah. Jean-Michel Smith and I will be signing our books from noon through 5:00 pm. Hoping to see you there too. Chicago Book […]

Autonomy PROMOTION: 99 cents on Kindle!

At last! On Amazon Kindle, Red Anemone Books is running a 99 cent e-Book promotion through the end of October for my science fiction novel “Autonomy.” Honest reviews welcome. Please pass along the news. Many thanks!

Autonomy (Science Fiction Novel)

Autonomy by Jean-Michel Smith (Science Fiction, 362 pages) When Cal Sheldon puts himself into an artificial coma and loads his mind onto the advanced computer he and his university colleagues secretly designed, he leaves behind a dying Earth and discovers new life in the world they’ve created. This breakthrough gives rise to an underground community […]

S3 Sexagesimal (Math Reference Book)

S3: The Smith Sexagesimal System My new book, S3: The Smith Sexagesimal System, is PUBLISHED. A handy reference book for anyone interested in base-60 mathematics, it is also a companion to, and includes the first chapter of, my upcoming novel Autonomy (to be released spring 2012). Reviews “Promoting a purer understanding of the relationships between […]