More About Sunday's Booksigning
When I first got up to talk, I took a photo of the audience, then I asked who knew how to use the camera on an iPhone and a lady in the front row raised her hand. I gave her my iPhone and asked her to take a photo.
I only brought three books to sell because there were six authors speaking who also had books to sell. I brought Dispel the Mist, No Sanctuary and An Axe to Grind.
I told a little bit about my writing background and something about the two series. Because I thought it such a great review, I read the first couple of paragraphs that Mason Canyon wrote about An Axe go Grind. Afterwards, I answered questions.
When all the questions had been answered, I stepped outside to the table where my books were on display and several folks came and picked one up and asked for a personalization. (I'd already signed them all.)
Then the next person gave their presentation.
This was an extremely well-run author event--I give my congratulations to Sue, Karen and Victoria and the other members of the Central Coast Sisters in Crime. I'm a member too and I go to many of the events they hold over in the Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo area. (Hubby and I love it there.)
I sold 16 books which is wonderful for a two hour event with five other authors.
Tomorrow, I'll tell more about our trip there and back.