The Underground Literary America tour was a blast but I'm happy to be home again. The tour ended on a high note in Pittsburgh at Joseph-Beth Booksellers. Lots of family and friends joined us there, and the store even had a nice poster about the event made up for us. It was great to read with Karen Lillis, and, of course, with Crazy Carl. In fact, since Carl and I spent a week driving from tourstop to tourstop, I had the pleasure of getting a Crazy Carl show everyday in the car as well. He's a great guy and a fantastic writer. Read Fat On The Vine. It'll knock you out! So thanks to everybody who helped with the tour and everyone who attended a reading!
P.S./ We kept seeing stuff about this Harry Potter guy in every city we went to . . . anybody know who he is?
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