That’s what the button read that I gave Michelle as TimeGate 2011 was winding down. No, it’s not a riff on ADD. But when you’re at a science fiction and fantasy convention, it’s hard to stay focused. Both halves of Gillian Summers had a great deal of fun. We met fans, both old and new, chatted with other writers, and stared enviously at the great costumes that passed by our guest table in the hall.
We shared the table with the amazing Jana Oliver, author of the The Demontrapper’s Daughter (demon hunting teen in Atlanta’s Little Five Points – a fast-paced, action-packed read with a fun new heroine you’ll fall in love with) which meant that when we weren’t on panels or talking to fans, we got to chat with her!
As we jump into June, we’re going on a mini book tour, doing signings at different spots in our area. Why? Because The Quicksilver Faire will be in bookstores any minute! We’re seriously working on keeping our website updated, too, as well as this blog, so stay tuned for postings of where you can meet us!
In the meantime, we’re fiendishly plotting our next fiendishly plotted novel. And it has cats. Sorry. The cat made me say that.
Meow for now,