Friday, November 6, 2009

Saturday is a special day :)

Saturday is going to be awesome, almost more fun than any one person has a right to expect out of life. It's a day I've been anticipating for YEARS.

Did I mention that I'm very excited for this signing? Well, I'm excited for every signing, but this one is a little different. This is my first signing at the Sandy Barnes and Noble (10180 S State St.). What is so special about this particular Barnes and Noble, you might ask?

This is not just any Barnes and Noble-- it's MY Barnes and Noble. Every writer/reader has a bookstore that's theirs, and this one is mine. It's the place where I went at least once a week and discovered treasures; new authors and books that would become hugely important in shaping me into the person I am today. It's the store where I went to dream, to find the place where my hypothetical book would be on the shelf one day, and it's also the place I went when I felt discouraged and bitter, just sure that the day would never come when I would hold a book with my name on the cover. In short, it's the place where I grew up and became a writer. No matter where I end up in the world, it will always be MY bookstore.

So I hope you'll stop by if you have a minute. I'm signing with Heather Justesen (The Ball's in Her Court), Linda Chadwick (Second Chances), and Ronda Hinrichsen (Missing) from 2-4 p.m. There will be a drawing for prizes and, just in case you didn't get enough sugar on Halloween, there will also be chocolate. :) Believe me when I say that I will be over the moon to see your happy, smiling faces.

Also, here is another review for Santa Maybe. Love you long time, Alison!

http://alisonpalmer.blogspot.com/2009/11/santa-maybe-by-aubrey-mace.html

5 comments:

Kimberly said...

I can't imagine what a dizzying, sweet experience it would be to do a signing in MY bookstore. So thrilled for you!

Melanie J said...

Oh, I so wish I could go. What a lovely day for you!

whyguys.wordpress.com said...

Have a great time today. Terry (whyguy)

Sarah M Eden said...

Maybe I'm weird--wow set myself up there, didn't I?! I don't have a MY bookstore, but I do have a MY library. I've written most of my books there, it's the library I went to as a child. I seriously am there more often than any place other than my home. Maybe someday I'll have books in MY library!
Hope the signing went well!

Julianne said...

So how did it go?? So wish I could have been there!