After meeting a friend for lunch, I made my way to the Sock Summit which is going on right now. As I am not much of a sock knitter, there weren't a lot of classes that appealed to me, and the off, odd classes I wanted had all filled up within about 30 miniutes of the area, and went quietly and blissfully insane for a while. SO many colors! So many soft things to pet! So many pretty things people have knitted! Oooooo! I spent a mere $55 on some hand-dyed bamboo from Teresa Ruch, and came away feeling highly satisfied.
Tomorrow, I will be doing book signings from 1 - 2 in Pioneer Courthouse Square along with dozens, perhaps hundred of other independent authors and publishers. My publisher, Puddletown Press, will have a table set up at the book fair on the square, and I get to help! Woohoo! For the e-books, I will be signing bookmarks. And we hope (oh so fervently) to have recieved our shipment from the print on demand press that is producing Sanna, Sorceress Apprentice in paperback. Who wants a copy?