Today’s stop on my fall/winter tour was at the Royal Canadian Legion in Chesterville, Ontario.
This is the second time I’ve done this event and it was so much fun the first time around last year, that I had to come back.
My strings of battery-operated LED lights are wrapped around the books although they don’t show up well in these photos.
The plan was to bring along my inspiration board for A Shadow in the Past – I packed the easel in the car, but wouldn’t you know it – I forgot the inspiration board. I realized that shortly after getting on the highway and wasn’t about to come back for it. Oh well, I’ve got plenty more shows remaining this year so I’ll just have to remember to put it in the trunk of the car.
All in all, it was a great day. I met many interesting people, including a friend of my mum.
I sold 3 copies of A Shadow in the Past, 3 copies of Tim’s Magic Christmas and 2 copies of The Consequences Collection.
I’ll definitely be back here again… that is, if they’ll have me.
#BookLoversDay – there’s nothing better than relaxing with a good book – any day of the year.
Books, I love them all. Hard cover, paperback (trade or mass market) or ebook (kindle or epub format) I just love books! And then there are the genres – crime, romance, chicklit, memoirs, science fiction, fantasy. Perhaps I should preface the rest of this post with…
“My name is Melanie and I’m a bookaholic.”
This great day is also celebrated in August but when November arrives, it’s place in the limelight returns. During this month, this special day always falls on the first Saturday.
There was a meme making the rounds on Facebook wanting to know the ten books that have stuck with you. Some of these were secondary school reading, others just because I wanted to, and some I’ve read more than once.