One Down, One To Go

Me and my friend Rachel, in the role of enthusiastic fan. Photo by Lauren Dubois.
Me and my friend Rachel, in the role of enthusiastic fan. Photo by Lauren Dubois.

I had my book signing at the Connecticut Renaissance Faire on Sunday, and boy did I luck out. Saturday’s weather was less than ideal, to put it mildly, and that kept the crowds down, but Sunday was much nicer and so the turnout was much better.

I had no idea what to expect for a response, but I’m happy with how things went. I sold a bunch of books and maybe made some new fans, which was the whole point.

I have plenty of stock left, and with luck I’ll be sending that home with new owners on Thursday after the Local Authors Roundtable Project event at the Sharon Public Library.

If not? Well, it’s looking like my wife and I will be returning to the OtherWhere Market in Lowell later this year, and I have a line on a potential con venue in January. We’ll see how that goes.


2 thoughts on “One Down, One To Go

    1. I credit this one entirely to the owners. They’ve had R.A. Salvatore there many times and this year decided to expand to include some of the indie authors they knew — and they know me well because I’ve been involved with the show for more than a decade now, and in the past as a scriptwriter. I hope it becomes a regular thing.


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