So Agent E and I went to dinner and were predictably stalked by the paparazzi. One photographer managed to get this photo before I wrestled the camera away from him.
I was nervous, so I blathered a lot, but she's tough and not easily frightened. It was one of those times where my mouth was moving as fast as my brain and that is not always a good thing if you are the one on the other side of the table. Have I mentioned how awesome she is and how lucky I am?
Today, I went to a seminar headed by Agent E. It was great, and I got to meet Mary Hershey, author of this book:
And Robin Lafevers, author of this book(which is launching this week):
They were kind enough to let me horn in on their table and not look like the odd one out. It was like sitting with the big leagues - I want to be just like them someday. I also met Robin, a real-live disco mermaid - but she was very statuesque and definitely had legs. Now I'm going to buckle down, use this inspiration and get some work done.
On this date: In 1989, the Exxon Valdez runs aground in Alaska.