I’d like to give you an update on how my latest event, Ivy Tech Book Signing, went. Here’s something from I already posted about it, in case you don’t remember.
“As some of you know, I’m taking a college class at Ivy Tech. They publish a journal yearly called Wordmongers, and I submitted a piece to it because why not?
Well, I got accepted!
What does this mean?
Well, the final chapter of my novella My Abigail will be included in this magazine-type thing, which will also include work from other students.”
Anyways, it was fantastic! We drove up to Lawrenceburg, Indiana on Monday. The Ivy Tech campus up there is amazing, and right by this perfect view of the Ohio River.
So we got into the room where the event was held, and I talked with some new people I met. Everybody up there was very nice and wonderful, and I enjoyed my time thoroughly.
I was second up on the list, and had to read an excerpt from my story. (My story is part of My Abigail, just one of the chapters.)
After that, the other authors read their parts and then we all mingled afterwards. It was so much fun, and I really hope to go back again next year, even if I can’t get accepted again. (We will see.)
You know what happened next? I got a COLD quesadilla from Taco Bell. C’mon, man.