|Jill Sorenson, Tessa Dare, DeAnna Cameron, & Dee J. Adams|
Thanks Jann and Lyndi! I'm so glad to be here.
Louisa-it doesn't start until 10am! Next time I'll come and drag you along with me!
DeAnna-I'm so glad I stopped by your booth and met you. It was so much fun!You guys were wonderful… and did I mention very photogenic! Started your book, in fact, I better get to my writing, so I can get back to reading!!
Hi, Tari! It was so wonderful to look out and see your friendly, smiling face in the audience. I admit, I was a little intimidated when they led us into that amphitheater and I saw all those seats. I had no idea they were expecting so many people! But it didn't matter, because you were there rooting us on. 🙂
Yay! Sounds like you had a great time, and I'm totally jealous I didn't get my lazy self out of the house. It was a crazy weekend!
Thanks so much for sharing. I love Rachel! Isn't she a hoot?
Welcome to Slice of Orange, Tari. Glad you enjoyed the Festival of Books.
Welcome aboard the Slice of Orange Blog. So glad you enjoyed the Festival of Books. Thanks for sharing your experience and the great picture.
Nancy- The Festival of Books should be on everyone's short list of things to do!! Especially people who love books. Who knows, maybe your hubby will surprise you and carry those books around…
Geralyn-First of all there is no much thing as too many exclamation points!! (no one heard me say that right?) And, how exciting to be one of the panelists. Maybe someday, I'll be on that side of the experience, but you're right, there's plenty of magic for all!
Tari! What a wonderful blog! I remember the first Festival of Books I attended – during one panel, Susan Elizabeth Phillips's talk galvanized me to finally sit down and write the story I had in me! The second Festival of Books, which I participated in as one of the authors of a book of short stories, was one of the greatest days of my life! (My husband, who had to work that weekend, nearly killed himself getting there on time to see me on stage! And I remember Michelle Thorne came to see me, too!)
Magic can happen at the Festival of Books! For you, for me, for everyone! I am so glad you blogged about your wonderful experience and shared a little of that magic with all of us!
I know, I know. I use a lot of exclamation points. But when I am writing about OCC and its fabulous members, I cannot help it!
What a wonderful experience. Thank you for sharing. I hope some day I can come to the Book Festival – and maybe even have my husband carry books for me. 🙂 That may be the fictional part of my response, because I can't picture him giving up a day or two for a book event. So, glad you had fun, Tari.
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