So a few months back, my good friend and fellow author, James Peercy asked me if I might be interested in participating in this little event called Comic Con. I said, “Yes, of course!” thinking, Wow, if this could actually happen, that would be a dream come true!
Well, yesterday that dream came true!
James messaged me to inform me that we will, in fact, have a booth and be selling our books at Dallas Comic Con!
I’ve never actually been to Comic Con, but thanks to my love for The Big Bang Theory, I like to think I’m still worthy of being a part of it. I am so, so, so excited, y’all. This really is a huge dream come true to take part in an event like this!
In other news, I think I’ve finally recovered from that 24-hour-turnaround to and from Lubbock to pick my sister up from college. Here’s the thing. I love road trips. I love driving. I love Texas.
I do not love Lubbock.
I don’t know why, but Lubbock has it out for me. You know Murphy’s Law? Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong? That happens to me EVERY time I visit Lubbock. I’m not going to make a list of everything that Lubbock has done to me, because frankly I don’t have the time. Just know that Lubbock hates me.
The drive out there is kind of fun, however. That is when it’s not pouring down rain like a freaking hurricane in Florida. Seriously, I’ve never seen rain like this. There was one point where a giant truck passed the car I was driving (my sister was with me, our mom was up ahead in a rent car), and splashed this wave of water all over the windshield and I was totally blind for about three seconds. I know it doesn’t sound like much, but three seconds with no vision, going 75 MPH on an overpass? Not safe. Not fun. Very scary. I really thought that was the end. Sadly, I wasn’t thinking, “Oh no! I have precious cargo (AKA my sister).” I was thinking, “Oh no! My kitty is going to be an orphan!”
Thankfully, we all made it home safely, if not completely dry.
Those are just a few pictures from the drive (the dry one, not the one with all the rain). They’re all very Texasy.
Have a great weekend, y’all!
Oh! And one more thing… Boy Band has remained in the top 20,000-10,000 Bestselling Kindle books for the past almost three weeks. I am totally and completely overwhelmed. Thank you all so much. I’m trying to think of a neat way to thank you all!