I bet you thought I was going to ask you to write more descriptions of these very stunning women. No, dear blog reader, actually this is a picture of Julie Wright and I at the Whitney Awards. By the way, I am actually wearing one of Julie’s dresses because she has much better taste than I do. (I had planned on buying a dress while I was in Utah but somehow it never happened.)
I know I should tell you who the winners of the description contest are. I’m going to get to that soon–really. I’ve enlisted the help of two judges and they have yet to get back to me about their choices. (If you’re reading this, judges,take this as a subtle hint.)
The reason it’s been so long since I’ve written, is that I’ve spent the last week in Utah doing school visits, book signings, a writers conference, and the Whitney Awards. My Fair Godmother was up for the best YA novel.
Dan Wells, who won some award for something, said that all my blog readers would wonder what I was pointing at. He may have made that snarky comment because I commandeered a podcast interview and asked him some of my own questions. Well, what do you expect when you write a book called: I Am Not A Serial Killer? People are going to wonder about certain things. One of the questions I asked him was, “What are you not going to be next?”
According to Dan, he is not going to be a vampire next, but I guess we’ll have to see. Personally, I think Dan sparkles. Just saying. Here is a picture of Dan and me. I ask you: Does this man look like a serial killer and should people really be giving him awards?
Oh, all right, I’ll post a normal picture of Dan and I.
Next blog I’ll post contest winners and more pictures of the conference.