Book Signing, #PennedCon2019, and #BadMoonRising

Teri Polen just returned from a Victoria Schwab book signing, and I’m so jealous! I wish I could have been there to meet BOTH Teri and Victoria, since I’ve thoroughly enjoyed books by each. Fun post, and Teri has another great event coming up soon, too. Thanks for mentioning Kell and Rhy to Victoria, too, Teri. (See, now I’m on a first name basis with her, as well. Hahahaha.) Check out Teri’s post, folks, and don’t forget to pass it along. If you haven’t read Teri’s “The Gemini Connection,” I highly recommend it and anything by Victoria Schwab, as well. 🙂

Books and Such

Vacation was fabulous!  And I’m ready to go back.  Out on the beach by 9 am under the umbrella where I stayed, book in hand, until 5 pm.  Perfection.

Yesterday I attended Victoria Schwab’s book signing at Parnassus Books in Nashville, and it was a full house.  She’s one of my favorite authors, and I’ve often said I’d love to spend a day in her head to see how her mind works.  Marcia, if you’re reading this, I told her you had cats named Rhy and Kell, and she asked why I didn’t have their pics.  But I do have the pic you requested I take with her!

This week, I’ll be leaving on Thursday for Penned Con in St. Louis.  Last year was my first time signing, and it was one of most well-organized book festivals I’ve attended – plus, the organizers donate the majority of the profits to…

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5 thoughts on “Book Signing, #PennedCon2019, and #BadMoonRising

    • I was excited. I mean, my CATS are semi-famous now! Heehee. But mostly, just because you got to do such a fun thing, and I truly hope I can meet her one day, too. Her books are ALL very good.

      As for The Gemini Connection, I’m happy to spread the word, as I really enjoyed that one, too. Loved the world building and the story line, but most especially, loved the brothers! Simon and Evan were wonderfully done, and I won’t soon forget them. (Like never.) 🙂 ❤

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