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Tuesday, May 29, 2007

I was going to whine about how I spent all day yesterday in the car, and how I should know better than to go anywhere on a holiday weekend because it seems like everyone and the twin they've never met decides they *must* get out of town--BUT.

But yesterday, coming home, my husband and I stopped at two Books-A-Million (I can't help it! I see a bookstore, I must stop!) and they had gotten in a bunch of copies of Bloom for their Teen Book Club, and in both stores, when I asked if I could sign them, everyone was so amazingly nice, and said kind things about the book, and suddenly, I found I wasn't cranky about traffic at all. So thank you Books-A-Million!

I'm going to be in New York this weekend, attending BEA, so if you're there, and see me, come say hi! I'm easy to spot, as I still haven't learned the trick of being cool about getting ARCs and still say things like, "Really? I can have this? YAY!"

I have tons of links to share:

Check out these tagged entries for interesting information on bookstore layout, and why and how books end up prominently displayed.

Agent in the Middle on having a bad day, or how orphaned books are no fun at all

Tess Gerritsen on how writers worry

Rosina Lippi on how she writes, and how her writing schedule has changed


Anonymous John from BAM-Sterling said...

I'm glad we played a part in improving your day. And thanks for signing all those books for us!

May 30, 2007 8:45 AM  
Anonymous elizabeth scott said...

Hey John!

It was great to meet you, and thank you for letting me sign all those books :-)

May 30, 2007 2:34 PM  

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