Cheatham County Library Book Signing a Success!
I’m sitting at my desk, watching the snow fall, a gentle drift of soft, fat flakes. It’s about 7:30 (yes, in the morning), and I’m seriously considering making my way down the stairs to grab another cup of the much coveted hazelnut cream coffee.
Decision made. Be back in a minute . . .
Well, I realized consuming more of the caffeinated brew would probably get my nerves sparking, so I opted for orange juice. Go figure. But—enough prattling.
I want to thank all of you who attended the book signing at the Cheatham County Library this past Saturday, Feb. 23. For me, the most enjoyable time spent was the group discussions where we all shared our personal, paranormal experiences. In a room full of people, where some, or most, are strangers who have never shared their stories with the others, we found some common threads. Shadows shifting from the corner of your eye, hearing the faint echo of someone calling your name from a distance, subtle (and some not so subtle) signs from those who have passed on. Even those of you who initially thought you had never experienced anything out of the norm realized that wasn’t the case!
Great time. Great group!
We all have two things in common: life, and then moving on after we’re done with it. I ‘m enjoying the heck out of the first, and am a firm believer in the latter.
So thanks again for sharing. And thanks so much for purchasing signed copies of Lost Girl!
Also, a special thanks to May Lingner, Director of Cheatham County Library, who put so much effort into pulling this event together.
As always, thanks for reading—