I’m not out and about very much, these days, but I do have an actual author event coming up at 2:00 p.m. this Wednesday, April 22, at the Velma Teague Branch Library in Glendale, Arizona. (see the Events Page for the address) This is my last gig for a while, because I stopped making future plans back in January, so if you are in the vicinity, this will be your last chance for a while to have a gander at me in the flesh. I’ll be talking about The Sky Took Him, my poor orphan book which got published and then left out to dry when I had to cancel all my publicity events. I love Sky, and I’m going to talk about how it came to be, and who knows what else, because once I get going, there’s no telling what I’ll end up expounding on.
Last time I was at Velma Teague was in December of 2007 or January of 2008, during the Glendale Festival of Lights, most amazing display of holiday lights I’ve ever seen. Downtown Glendale is absolutely charming at any time of year, so I’m very much looking forward to being there again, not to mention seeing the lovely Betty Sharpe and the inimitable Lesa Holstein, she of the Lesa’s Book Critiques website (www.lesasbookcritiques.blogspot.com).
I hope to see you there, Dear Reader.
Addendum: For those of you who have been following the saga of Don’s Amazing Diamond-hard Kidney Stones, nothing much has happened since the last lithotripsy on April 3. He had an X-ray last Thursday in anticipation of a doctor’s appointment on April 23. Until then, we wait. We’re getting very good at that.