I had fun last night.
I was invited to do a talk about my books at the Book Nook & Java Shop in Montague, Michigan. If you aren’t familiar with the Book Nook, it’s a great bookstore with lots of books, a coffee station, a bar, comfortable seating, and even a stage for authors, folk singers, and other performers.
I was very pleased to have been invited. I’ve heard wonderful things about the Book Nook, and it gave me a chance to meet Bryan, the store owner.
Last night I had a chance to talk about my writing and my books. It was a fun reminder of how I got started on this path of writing. But you know what really thrilled me? It was seeing how many people actually stopped by to see me. I even met people I’d never met before except through email. That has to be one of the most interesting things about writing: you get to meet people you’d never have met otherwise. And I love it.
One of my good friends took pictures of me when it was my turn to talk. (Thanks, Liz & Wes.) You made me look good!
2 thoughts on “Book Talk / The Book Nook & Java Shop”
Wonderful exposure Steve LeBel! Wish I could have stopped by!
Thanks, Margaret. We’re not that far away. just a hop across the pond. 🙂