It was a success...at least in my opinion. I had a blast, and was really glad to see all those who turned up. Ian K's performance was wonderful...getting Allen, Mitchell, and Shane up to read was awesome. Josh, Will, and Justin playing was really good. Kelly Foster was touching, as she always is...and Karson was funny as expected. Chris Holland bringing an extra guitar was really a salvation for part of the entertainment, and the food was well worth the trip by itself.
Rum & Coke...Coffee...Camel's...and entertainment...what a night.
Thanks to all who came, and I'm sorry if you missed it. It was a wonderful night.
Now to focus on the upcoming projects. Monday it's back to the work, work, work.
I'm sitting at my faithful comuputer waiting, as I am so often doing these days. I have email and files that need to be sent or returned to me. I have done all I can and am sitting and waiting on others to get back to me.
In my recent news: I have a few articles in pulications due out in the next few days about my most recent book, "The Years Distilled". The one of these that probably impacts me the most is the article in the Paducah Sun-Democrat. I grew up reading that paper, so it means something to me that I would be featured in it.
My sales have been unimaginably good to this point. I can't thank my readers and fans enough for all they have done for me.
I'll have a run of photos taken for my press releases, and articles, that should be up on my Facebook account later tonight. I should also have some more samples for my upcoming book of short fiction there as well in the notes section. The first chapter of "Blood & Spirits" is still available there as well if you'd care to read it.
It's been a crazy eventful few weeks. I'm off now to write articles for the BaZooka magazine.