I wish that I could. Unfortunately, the idea that writers have hundreds of boxes of their own books lying around is inaccurate. I get ten free copies of each book from my publisher. That’s it. I want any more, I have to buy them. So be aware that what you’re asking is for me to buy a copy of my own book and ship it to you for a total cost of at least $20 bucks. That might not seem like that much, but multiply it by lots of requests and it really adds up. That doesn’t mean I want you to send me money to cover it, either: I don’t want the money, and it’s legally complicated for me to even *sell* copies of my own book directly: I’m not supposed to. I also don’t want you mailing me books to sign and send back: I did that for a while, but the books piled up at my post office box every time I went out of town, and the box guys started mailing them all back to the people who’d sent them, which worked out poorly for everyone. This is all a long way of saying that I can’t really send out signed copies of my books, but I can send signed bookplates, which you can paste into copies of the books, and then voila, signed book. So if you need a signed book for a convention or school or charity, contact me and we’ll arrange for you to get bookplates. I’m sorry, but signed bookplates are not for individuals —only charities and schools.