Adventures in Book Clubbing

On Saturday I celebrated a “first” (for me, anyway). Mayhem at the Happy Valley Motor Inn and Resort was the featured book for a Tallahassee book club meeting, and I was invited to say a few words and answer questions from those in attendance.

It was a virtual meeting, so there were no worries about masks or social distancing. But I did pour myself a glass of Merlot, because what’s a book club meeting without wine?

I was a bit nervous at first, but the experience was so much fun that I soon forgot about my nerves and just relaxed and enjoyed myself. The funniest thing was that some attendees knew my book as well as, and in one instance, slightly better than I did! That was humbling and a little scary. Now I need to reread Mayhem before any future book club adventures.

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

28 thoughts on “Adventures in Book Clubbing”

    1. It was fun! And so cool to hear readers discuss a book I’d written. At one point I asked if they’d like me to sign out so they could REALLY say what they thought about it, but they wanted me to hang around.

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    1. (Me, curtsying…) I’m not sure about the book being a hit—it’ll never make the best seller list or win any awards, but it was cool to hear others’ thoughts about it.

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