Here’s a conversation between a random blog reader and Robin Newman.
Reader: You’re not going to do it.
Robin: Of course, I am.
Reader: It’s not a good idea.
Robin: Why not?
Reader: It’s in bad taste.
Robin: Like a little bad taste. Or a lot? I can live with a little. It’s not like I’m doing a reality TV show. (But if anyone is interested, call me! We’ll talk. 🙂 )
Reader: You’re not going to listen to me, are you?
Robin: No, but I’ll be super quick about it. Promise!
Reader: Go for it!
Robin: Deborah Zemke and I will be signing promo copies of our book, The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake, A Wilcox & Griswold Mystery, at the ALA Conference in Chicago on Saturday, January 31th from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, McCormick Place West, Exhibit Hall, Booth 4226. If you’re around, please stop by! We’d love to see you!
Reader: That wasn’t too painful.
Reader: Right! Are you done now?
Robin: Almost. If anyone would like some bookmarks, postcards, stickers or flyers, not to mention some super groovy glow in the dark Wilcox & Griswold bracelets, please e-mail me your address. And if any of you could kindly help spread the word about The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake, I would really, I mean REALLY, appreciate it. Happy New Year! Wishing everyone all the very best in 2015! xoxo