Things that will probably happen at Black Bond Books in Ladner this Saturday, as I participate in Authors for Indies day:
1. They will find me curled in the back corner reading some irresistible book that I’ve found, and they will have to tell me to get back to work.
2. I will recommend Dan Bar-el’s Audrey (Cow) to adults looking for thrillers. Because really, everyone should read Audrey (Cow) and it IS suspenseful.
3. I will meet Ashley Spires and say something gushy, then excuse myself to go to the washroom and knock my head against the wall a few times.
If you would like to join me in any of these activities, I’m at Black Bond from 10 a.m. until noon. Stop by and say hello! Also, read Audrey (Cow).
Eileen Cook and I spent Saturday afternoon at TeenFest Vancouver, where we talked about how to be a writer (answer: commitment with a side order of insanity) and hung out with the lovely ladies of Black Bond Books.
We resisted the urge to beat each other up in the sumo ring.
For quite a while, I thought there’d been an extraordinary number of head injuries. Then Eileen pointed out the film make-up booth.
There was also a teen talent show, featuring this girl in her light-up dress. If I’m ever invited to TeenFest again, I am definitely investing in light-up.
And that was TeenFest! Samantha, Gina, and Eileen — thanks for being great TeenFest company!