At long last, we’ve made it to the last of my posts recapping Book Expo and Book Con! While Sunday is generally less of a headlining day than Saturday, it was still a lot of fun and there’s lots to cover! Continue reading
So Book Con is a way different beast than Book Expo because it’s a fan event, so there’s a much different crowd, a much different purpose, and a much different vibe even though they’re literally back to back in the same event space. Continue reading
I’m so excited that I was able to go to The Strand’s romance event, Romance and Respect, featuring authors Joanna Shupe, Loretta Chase, Tessa Bailey, Megan Frampton, and Tracey Livesay.
When I heard Patrick Rothfuss was doing a book signing near me, I had to go and have him sign a copy of the 10th anniversary edition of The Name of the Wind. Continue reading
I’ve lived in New York for three and a half years, but I only recently heard of the Brooklyn Book Festival. What rock have I been hiding under?! The festival technically runs all week, with events hosted at different bookstores throughout the borough during the week and a Children’s Day on Saturday, but my recap will be of Festival Day on Sunday, September 17. Continue reading
I got to meet Leigh Bardugo again!!! I enjoyed her Grisha trilogy, but she quickly became one of my favorite authors with her Six of Crows duology and is now on my auto read authors list, so of course I had to go when I saw she was stopping in New York for her Wonder Woman: Warbringer tour!
I had so much fun at my first National Book Festival! I first heard of it when I visited DC my senior year of high school, and I’ve wanted to attend ever since. My husband and I have a bunch of friends and family in DC now, so we decided to make a trip of it and catch up with them while also hitting up the National Book Festival. Continue reading