I was at Railroad Festival in Appomattox, Virginia this weekend and had a fantastic time. Sure, it was raining all day Saturday but it wasn’t that bad. And, despite the wet weather and packing up several hours before the festival was actually closed, I still sold two books that day.
Sunday, however, was a whole different story. Sunday was absolutely fantastic! I sold lots of books, connected with a ton of people, and had a great time. So, to everyone who came out and stopped by, thanks for making the Railroad Festival a smashing success for me and my writing!
Last week I got to sit down with Daniel Puckette from the Times Virginian to talk about The Other Side of Hope and the book’s launch party coming up this weekend. We had a great chat and the interview just got published yesterday both in print and online. You can read it here and learn a little more about the book and how I got to this point. Plus, it’s another reminder not to miss the book launch party on Saturday at Baines’ in Appomattox from 12 to 3!
Who doesn’t love a good party? Who doesn’t love a good book? So why not put the two of them together and come out to Baines’ Books and Coffee in Appomattox this Saturday?
I’ll be there from 12 to 3 in the afternoon, signing books and making friends. It would be awesome if you were one of those friends! You can stop by anytime, say hello, get some coffee (or tea if you’re like me), and pick up a signed copy of The Other Side of Hope. Baines’ is a great place to hang out and find fantastic books so don’t miss it!