I had to miss out on the day signing due to my day job but it is interesting to hear all about it from others, am just gutted I did not get to actually meet up with Sarah, ahh well maybe Peterborough…
Let me first start by saying that the run-up to this event was an exhausting ordeal in itself (for me and no doubt many others, including the organisers).
For more than a month prior to the signing I was running a blog tour. Every day I featured a different writer (most signing at Leeds, some not). The blog tour meant quickly collecting everyone’s words and putting them into blog posts vaguely resembling the same sort of format! That was time out of my own routine, as was formatting the blogs into what became a special paperback produced in honour of this signing.
Was it tiring? Yes. Was it worth it? Hell yes.
With busy periods in your life comes the slump afterwards when you’re left wondering – what next? In quick succession, I recently finished a novel. Finished the blog tour. Edited someone’s memoirs…
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Soon enough you’ll be off signing your own works at one of these functions. I shall be in the queue holding a pen.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx