The AASL conference in Charlotte, North Carolina was, quite simply, a blast. I met with fellow authors, an agent or two, and tons of smart, dedicated, committed librarians. They stopped by the Author Pit Stop on Friday to chat, laugh, share, and get cool swag. And two dear, kind-hearted souls took pity on Shani Petroff and I (as we sat glued to our signing station) by bringing us cupcakes and champagne!
I am also *thrilled* to report that SHINE, COCONUT MOON sold out by day two of the conference. I was ecstatic by the interest, but a little sad for the librarians who stopped by hoping to buy a copy. I did sign bookmarks and postcards for them and, though it's not quite the same as a signed book, everyone went away happy.
The food in Charlotte was delicious, the people friendly, the nightlife bustling . . . but the company of fellow authors was what made the whole experience really sparkle. It is one I will definitely cherish.
Check back for pictures; coming soon!
Congrats on selling out.
Thanks, Doret! Would love a booksellers' convention where I got to meet fine folks like yourself :).
woo hoo! sold out AND cupcakes AND great company!! Congrats!
Thanks, Zetta! Always nice when these things come together :).
so happy your books sold out. hope the folks who couldn't get one went out and bought SHINE right away. :)
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